Richard Sloan, PhD

Richard G. Sloan is the L. H. Penney Professor of Accounting at The University
of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. From 2006 to
2008, Sloan was Managing Director of Equity Research at Barclays Global
Investors. Previously, Sloan was the Victor L. Bernard PricewaterhouseCoopers
Collegiate Professor of Accounting, Professor of Finance, and Director
of the Tozzi Electronic Finance Center at the University of Michigan’s Ross
School of Business. He also served for five years on the faculty of the University
of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. Professor Sloan’s research focuses
on the role of accounting information in investment decisions and is published
in leading accounting, finance, and economics journals. He is widely
recognized and has received numerous awards for his research on earnings
quality. He currently serves as managing editor for the Review of Accounting
Studies and is the author (with Russell Lundholm) of the textbook Equity
Valuation and Analysis. He holds a PhD from the University of Rochester
and a BCom from the University of Western Australia.

One Response to “Richard Sloan, PhD”

Leave a Comment