Our Faculty

Kaustav Sen

Professor

Lubin School of Business

Accounting

Location
  • @ New York City
    One Pace Plaza W449

Education

PhD, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey
Accounting

Academic and Professional Engagement Activities

Kaustav Sen, PhD is Professor of Accounting. His research on corporate governance, financial reporting and stock price anomalies have appeared in Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance (JAAF), Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics (JCAE), Journal of Corporate Finance (JCF), Corporate Governance: An International Review (CGIR) and other journals. He has presented his research at the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), awarded research funding by the National Stock Exchange (NSE India), received best paper awards from the American Accounting Association (AAA Ohio) and Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and his research has been cited by the Economist. In the past, he served as the Accounting Department's Ernst & Young scholar.

Dr. Sen serves on the Editorial Board of Journal of International Accounting, Auditing & Taxation and as a reviewer for several journals in the areas of financial reporting and corporate governance in emerging markets. He has been a consultant to large financial institutions such as Prudential, New York Life and GE Capital in the areas of equity investment strategies and risk.

Dr. Sen primarily teaches classes in financial, managerial and systems. He has received the Innovation in Teaching Award at Lubin and received curriculum development grants from Verizon and SAP.

Selected Contributions & Publications

Braga Alves, M.V., Ismailescu, I., Sen, K. Powerful CEOs and their legacy: Evidence from credit risk around CEO turnovers. Quarterly Review Of Economics And Finance. Read More >>

Col, B., Sen, K. (2019). The Role of Corporate Governance for Acquisitions by the Emerging Market Multinationals: Evidence from India. Journal of Corporate Finance. 59239-254. Read More >>

Nagar, N., Sen, K. (2016). How does regulation affect the relation between family control and reported cash flows? Comparative evidence from India and the United States.. Corporate Governance: An International Review. 24(5), 490-508. Read More >>

Basu, D., Sen, K. (2015). Financial Decisions by Business Groups in India: Is it “Fair and Square”?. Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics. 11(2), 121-137. Read More >>