Erik Johannesson (Ph.D., Columbia University) is an Assistant Professor at the Stan Ross Department of Accountancy at Baruch College, City University of New York, NY. His research interests are in the areas of financial statement analysis, forecasting, and the valuation of public and private equity. Of particular interest is the intersection of academic and practical relevance. He currently serves on the Editorial Board of ABACUS and as an alternate representative to the Zicklin Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. He has been invited to present at a multitude of schools and conferences, including Yale, UNC, USC, ESMT Berlin, Hong Kong PolyU, Miami University, Rutgers, Stockholm School of Economics, IESE Barcelona, and SYSU Guangzhou. He has taught bachelor level Intermediate Financial Accounting, in-class and online.
Personal website: erikjohannesson.com
“Equity Value as a Function of (eps1, eps2, dps1, bvps, beta): Concepts and Realities” with James Ohlson (Hong Kong PolyU), Abacus, 2016
2019 PSC-CUNY Research Award
2017 The Abacus Editorial Board’s “Best Manuscript 2016 Award”
2016 Asenath Marie and Duncan Merriwether Fellowship, for potential to conduct quality research
2012 Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation Scholarship, for Doctoral Studies