I am a faculty member in the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

Research interests: Financial contracts; the role of information in the financial markets; corporate use of big data; climate finance

Teaching: I have created and taught several MBA and executive education accounting courses, including "Entrepreneurial Accounting" (for startup founders) and "Financial Reporting for Chief Financial Officers" (for aspiring CFOs). I have also taught advanced financial accounting to MAcc students.

My C.V. is here, SSRN site is here, and Google Scholar site is here.

The Harvard Law School Forum and Bloomberg featured my paper on shareholder contracts. Columbia Law School's blog featured my joint work on voluntary disclosures by activist shareholders.

Peer-Reviewed Publications:
1. The effect of voluntary disclosure on stock liquidity: New evidence from index funds
        Journal of Accounting and Economics, 2017 (link)
2. Shareholder activism and voluntary disclosure
       (with T. Bourveau) Review of Accounting Studies, 2017 (link)
3. Manager-analyst conversations in earnings conference calls
        (with J. V. Chen and V. Nagar) Review of Accounting Studies, 2018 (link)
4. The effect of economic policy uncertainty on investor information asymmetry and management disclosures
        (with V. Nagar and L. Wellman) Journal of Accounting and Economics, 2019 (link)
5. Contracts between Firms and Shareholders
        Journal of Accounting Research, 2020 (link)

Selected working papers are available on SSRN.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/jordan-schoenfeld/12/217/63