I am a PhD student in accounting at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. My research focuses on the real effects of accounting information. More specifically, I am interested in learning how accounting measurements, reporting and regulations affect firm’s financing and investment policies. I am also interested in applied statistics and econometrics; in particular, I delve into how one can apply statistical methods to draw valid inferences from observational data in accounting and financial economics.
Ph.D. in Accounting, 2nd Year Student, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto M.S. in Statistics, Virginia Tech, VA, USA, Dec 2010 M.S. in Mathematical Finance, UNC-Charlotte, NC, USA, May 2009 B.B.A. in Accounting, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, May 2007
Statistician, PRA International, Raleigh, NC (Feb 2011- Jan 2012) Research Statistician, INC Research, Raleigh, NC (Feb 2012 – July 2012)