Professor of Accounting
Phillip Stocken specializes in Accounting and Business Analysis, his current interests include the development of strategic financial performance measures key to a firm’s success, the strategic communication and interpretation of financial statement information, accounting valuation rules, credible communication of information, and earnings management. He teaches accounting and financial management, analysis, and reporting, in both executive education programs and MBA classes.
Professor Stocken is highly skilled at conveying the essential information in financial statements and financial statement analysis to audiences with varying levels of financial experience and understanding. He was the first recipient of the Class of 2011 Award for Excellence in Teaching at Tuck.
He has conducted extensive research on the financial reporting behavior of publicly traded corporations. His work has been published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics, The Accounting Review, American Economic Review, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Economics, and RAND Journal of Economics. He is a co-editor of The Accounting Review. He is also a reviewer for the National Science Foundation.
Prior to joining Tuck, Professor Stocken was on the faculty at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, which awarded him the Wharton Graduate Association MBA Core Curriculum Teaching Award; Wharton Graduate Association Teaching Award; and the Wharton School Graduate Division Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award.
Phil teaches in the following Executive Education programs:
Organisational structure affects firm performance and firms adjust their organizational structure as their environments change.
– Phillip C. Stocken