Ana Albuquerque

Associate Professor, Accounting

Ana Albuquerque completed her PhD in accounting, her MS and MBA degrees at the University of Rochester, and a BA at the Universidade Catolica Portuguesa in Portugal. Her research interests lie on the impact of regulation and financial reporting on executive compensation and incentives. Professor Albuquerque has published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics, the Journal of Financial Economics, The Accounting Review, Management Science and her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal.

    Education
  • PhD, University of Rochester - William E. Simon School of Business Administration, 2006
  • MS, University of Rochester - William E. Simon School of Business Administration, 2001
  • MBA, University of Rochester - William E. Simon School of Business Administration, 1996
  • BA, Portuguese Catholic University Lisbon, 1992
    Publications
  • Albuquerque, A., Zhu, J. (In Press). "Has Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act Discouraged Corporate Investment? New Evidence from a Natural Experiment", Management Science
  • Albuquerque, A., Chen, B., Dong, Q., Riedl, E. (In Press). "Ex Post Settling Up in Cash Compensation: New Evidence", Contemporary Accounting Research
  • Albuquerque, A., Carter, M., Lynch, L. (2015). "Court Intervention as a Governance Mechanism over CEO Pay: Evidence from the Citigroup Derivative Lawsuit", European Accounting Review, 24 (4), 637-658
  • Albuquerque, A. (2014). "Do Growth-Option Firms Use Less Relative Performance Evaluation?", The Accounting Review, 89 (1), 27-60
  • Albuquerque, A., DeFranco , G., Verdi, R. (2013). "Peer Choice in CEO Compensation", Journal of Financial Economics, 108 (April), 160-181
  • Albuquerque, A. (2010). "Does Firm Heterogeneity Lead to Differences in Relative Executive Compensation?", Finance Research Letters, 7 (2), 80-85
  • Albuquerque, A. (2009). "Peer Firms in Relative Performance Evaluation", Journal of Accounting and Economics, 48 (1), 69-89