Steve Crawford is an assistant professor of Accounting at the C. T. Bauer College of Business. He joined Bauer College in 2014 and teaches Financial Statement Analysis in the MSACCY and MBA programs. Since arriving at Bauer, Steve has won five teaching awards. Steve was an assistant professor of accounting at Rice University's Jones Graduate School of Business before joining Bauer.
Steve has research interests in financial analysts, financial markets, disclosure, and compensation. His research papers have been published in leading accounting and finance journals.
Steve earned his MBA and a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business in 2007. He received his BA and M.Acc. from Brigham Young University in 2002.
- "Oil Prices, Earnings, and Stock Returns" with Garen Markarian, Volkan Muslu, and Richard Price, Forthcoming, Review of Accounting Studies
- "Customer Concentration and Public Disclosure: Evidence from Management Earnings and Sales Forecasts" with Ying Huang, Ningzhong Li, and Ziyun Yang, 2020, Contemporary Accounting Research
- "What Motivates Buy-Side Analysts to Share Recommendations Online?" with Wes Gray, Bryan Johnson, and Richard Price, 2018, Management Science.
- "Why Do Fund Managers Identify and Share Profitable Ideas?" with Wes Gray and Andrew Kern, 2017, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis
- "Analyst Initiations of Coverage and Stock Return Synchronicity" with Darren Roulstone and Eric So, 2012, The Accounting Review
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University of Chicago, PhD, MBA, 2007
Brigham Young University, MAcc, BS Accounting, 2002