AMY P. HUTTON
1992 Ph.D., Business Administration,
1986 M.B.A., beta gamma sigma, Accounting, Finance, and Organizations & Markets, W. E. Simon School of Business Administration,
1985 B.A., magna cum laude, Political Science,
Distinguished Contribution to Accounting Literature Award, Inaugural year of this award, 2010, for the paper: "Causes and Consequences of Earnings Management: An Analysis of Firms Subject to Enforcement Actions by the SEC" (Patricia M. Dechow and Richard G. Sloan), Contemporary Accounting Research, Spring 1996.
Hillenbrand Distinguished Fellow, July 2011-2014.
7/1/92-6/30/97 Assistant Professor of Business Administration,
7/1/97-6/30/03 Associate Professor of Business Administration,
7/1/02-12/31/02 Visiting Associate Professor of Business Administration,
1/1/03-6/30/03 Visiting Scholar,
7/1/03-6/30/06 Associate Professor of Business Administration, Tuck
Directorship Bandag, Inc. (Fortune 1500: NYSE firm), member of audit and corporate governance and nominating committees, June 2003-June 2007; chair of the audit committee May 2005-June 2007. Bandag acquired by Bridgestone June 2007, $1 billion transaction.
Board of Advisors National Industries for the Blind (NIB), 2002-2006; Audit and Finance Committee, NIB, 2004-2006
Review Board for the House Financial Service Committee, Capital Markets Subcommittee examining Securities Industry Association’s proposals governing the standards and practices of research analysts, June 2001.
Editor, The Accounting Review, effective June 1, 2011.
Member of American Accounting Association (AAA), 1991-present.
Editorial Review Board of the Accounting Review, 1994-1999.
Research Advisory Committee AAA, 1997-2000.
Faculty Development Committee, AAA, 1997-2000.
Corporate Accounting Policy Committee, AAA 1999-2001, Chair 2001.
A. Academic Articles
"Debt-Covenant Violations and Managers' Accounting Responses," Journal of Accounting and Economics, May 1994.
"Detecting Earnings Management" (with Patricia M. Dechow and Richard G. Sloan), Accounting Review, April 1995.
"Causes and Consequences of Earnings Management: An Analysis of Firms Subject to Enforcement Actions by the SEC" (Patricia M. Dechow and Richard G. Sloan), Contemporary Accounting Research, Spring 1996.
"Economic Consequences of Accounting for Stock-based Compensation" (with Patricia M. Dechow and Richard G. Sloan), Journal of Accounting Research, Supplement 1996.
"An Empirical Assessment of the Residual Income Valuation Model” (with Patricia M. Dechow and Richard G. Sloan), Journal of Accounting and Economics, January 1999.
"Stock Performance and Intermediation Changes Surrounding Sustained Increases in Disclosure” (with
“The Relation Between Analysts’ Long-Term Earnings Forecasts and Stock Price Performance Following Equity Offerings” (with Patricia M. Dechow and Richard G. Sloan), Contemporary Accounting Research, Spring 2000.
“Short Sellers, Fundamental Analysis, and Stock Returns” (with Patricia M. Dechow, Lisa Meulbroek, and Richard G. Sloan), Journal of Financial Economics, July 2001.
“The Role of Supplementary Statements with Management Earnings Forecasts” (with Greg Miller and Douglas Skinner), Journal of Accounting Research, December 2003.
“Analyst Earnings Forecast Revisions and the Pricing of Accruals” (with Mary Barth), Review of Accounting Studies, Spring 2004.
“Determinants of Managerial Earnings Guidance Prior to Regulation Fair Disclosure and Bias in Analysts’ Earnings Forecasts,“ Contemporary Accounting Research, Winter 2005.
“A discussion of ‘Corporate Disclosure by Family Firms’ ” Journal of Accounting and Economics, September 2007.
“Opaque Financial Reports, R-square, and Crash Risk” (with
“Detecting Earnings Management: A New Approach" (with Patricia Dechow, Jung Hong Kim and Richard Sloan), Journal of Accounting Research, May 2012.
"Do Managers Always Know Better? An Examination of the Relative Accuracy of Management and Analysts Forecasts" (with Lian Fen Lee and Susan Shu), Journal of Accounting Research, December 2012.
B. Practitioner Publications
"Solving the New Equity Puzzle" (with Patricia M. Dechow and Richard G. Sloan), The Financial Times: Mastering Finance Series, Summer 1997.
“Best Practice: Four Rules for Taking Your Message to Wall Street,” Harvard Business Review, May 2001.
“Review of the Securities Industry Association’s Best Practices for Research” completed for the House Financial Service Committee, Capital Markets Subcommittee, Congressional Record, August 2001.
“Beyond Financial Reporting—An Integrated Approach to Disclosure,” Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, Fall 2004.
“Roundtable on Corporate Disclosure, National Corporate Finance Forum” (with Donald Chew), Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, Fall 2004.
“Bad News Rings True: Supplemental Information Can Enhance Earnings Forecast Credibility” (with
C. Working Papers
“Effect of Reputation on the Credibility of Management Forecasts” (with Phillip C. Stocken), Tuck School of Business at
“Opacity, Crash Risk and the Option Smirk Curve" (with Mark Bradshaw, Alan Marcus and Hassan Tehranian
D. Best Selling Cases and Notes
“Boston Beer Company,”
“Policy Management Systems Corp.: The Financial Reporting Crisis,”
“Progressive Insurance: Disclosure Strategy,” Harvard Business School Case 102-012 (2001) and Teaching Note 102-019 (2002).
“The Financial Reporting Environment,”
E. Citations (last updated, January 2013): SSCI 973 Google Scholar 9,647
Adjusted to be per co-authors: Harzing 3,858
1991-1994 Financial Reporting, Management Accounting and Control
1995-2000 Business Analysis and Valuation
1998-2001 Driving Corporate Performance, Executive Education
2000-2001 Financial Reporting and Control
School of Business at Dartmouth College
2002-2004 Financial Measurement, Analysis and Reporting
Spring 2005 Financial Reporting and Statement Analysis
2002-2006 Various Executive Education Programs
Carroll School of Management, Boston College
2006-present Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation
2010 Financial Accounting Standards and Theory II
IBM Development Program
2006-present Business Insights Program