David Veenman appointed as endowed professor of Financial Reporting and Valuation
As of 15 July 2014 dr. David Veenman has been appointed as endowed Professor of Financial Reporting and Valuation at Erasmus School of Economics on behalf of the Vereniging Trustfonds EUR. He will play an important role in further developing and strengthening Erasmus School of Economics’ Accounting, Auditing and Control group at the department of Business Economics.
David Veenman conducts academic research on the role of financial reporting and other disclosures in public company valuation. His work also investigates the effects of economic incentives of managers, analysts, and investors on important patterns and developments observed in financial markets. Another part of his research agenda focuses on econometric and measurement issues in accounting and capital markets research.
About David Veenman
David Veenman studied business economics at the University of Amsterdam and has obtained a PhD from the same university. In 2008, he was a visiting scholar at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (US). After an appointment as assistant professor in Amsterdam, he joined Erasmus University Rotterdam in October 2011 where he has been working as an associate professor in financial accounting at Erasmus School of Economics.
Veenman’s teaching experience stretches from undergraduate courses to academic masters and PhD teaching. As a researcher, he collaborates extensively with colleagues in the US and his work has been published in the leading academic journals such as Journal of Accounting and Economics, The Accounting Review, Review of Accounting Studies, and Contemporary Accounting Research. He also serves on the editorial board of European Accounting Review and regularly acts as a reviewer for other leading journals such as Journal of Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies, en Management Science.