PROFILE SUMMARY

Francois Brochet is an associate professor of accounting at Boston University. Prior to joining BU, he was a professor at the Harvard Business School for six years, and a visiting professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management for one year. He received a MS in Management from HEC Paris in 2001, and his PhD from New York University in 2007. Prior to entering academia, he worked in M&A advisory for LCF Rothschild in Paris, and buy-side equity research for Commerzbank in Frankfurt, and Allianz Asset Management in Munich.

  • EDUCATION Open or Close

    PH D, New York University, Accounting, 2007.

    MS, HEC School of Management, Finance, 2001.

  • PUBLICATIONSOpen or Close

    JOURNAL ARTICLES:

      Brochet, F., Patricia, N., & Gwen, Y. (2016). The Capital Market Consequences of Language Barriers in the Conference Calls of Non-U.S. Firms. The Accounting Review, 91(4), 1023-1049.

      Brochet, F., Loumioti, M., & Serafeim, G. (2015). Speaking of the Short-Term: Disclosure Horizon and Managerial Myopia. Review of Accounting Studies, 20(3), 1122-1163.

      Brochet, F., Miller, G., & Srinivasan, S. (2014). Do Analysts Follow Managers that Switch Companies? An Analysis of Relationships in the Capital Markets. The Accounting Review, 89(2), 451-482.

      Brochet, F., & Srinivasan, S. (2014). Accountability of Independent Directors: Evidence from Firms Subject to Securities Litigation. Journal of Financial Economics, 111(2), 430-449.

      Brochet, F., Jagolinzer, A., Riedl, E., & Jagolinzer, A. (2013). Mandatory IFRS Adoption and Financial Statement Comparability. Contemporary Accounting Research, 30(4), 1373-1400.

      Brochet, F., Loumioti, M., & Serafeim, G. (2012). Short-Termism: Don’t Blame Investors. Harvard Business Review, 6(90),

      Brochet, F., Nam, S., & Ronen, J. (2012). The Predictive Value of Accruals and Consequences for Market Anomalies. Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, 27(2), 151-176.

      Brochet, F., Faurel, L., & McVay, S. (2011). Manager-Specific Effects on Earnings Guidance: An Analysis of Top Executive Turnovers. Journal of Accounting Research, 49(5), 1123-1162.

      Brochet, F. (2010). The Information Content of Insider Trades Before and After the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. The Accounting Review, 85(2), 419-446.

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

      Brochet, F., Palepu, K., & Barley, L. Accounting for the iPhone at Apple, Inc..: Harvard Business School Publishing.

      Brochet, F., Palepu, K., & Barley, L. Apple Inc. and the iPhone 4 Antenna Issue.: Harvard Business School Publishing.

      Brochet, F., & Kiron, D. Google and Earnings Guidance.: Harvard Business School Publishing.

      Brochet, F., & Misztal, K. Investindustrial exits Ducati.: Harvard Business School Publishing.

      Brochet, F., & Weber, J. LinkedIn Corp..: Harvard Business School Publishing.

      Brochet, F., Srinivasan, S., & Norris, M. Netflix: Valuing a New Business Model.: Harvard Business School Publishing.

      Brochet, F. Recognizing Online Revenue.: Harvard Business School Publishing.

      Brochet, F., & Mabud, R. Securities Trading: Front-, Middle- and Back Office.: Harvard Business School Publishing.

      Brochet, F. Société Générale: The Jérôme Kerviel Affair.: Harvard Business School Publishing.

      Brochet, F. Tokyo AFM.: Harvard Business School Publishing.

  • EDITORIAL AND REVIEW ACTIVITIESOpen or Close

    Brochet, F. The Accounting Review, Editorial Board Member. (June 1, 2014 - Present).