- PhD (Management, major in Accounting) and MSc, Cornell University; MAcc and BA (Honours Chartered Accountancy Studies - Co-op Program), University of Waterloo, Canada
Professor Krische teaches financial accounting and financial statement analysis. Her research in judgment and decision-making applies experimental and archival-empirical methods to investigate the use of financial information by investors and analysts.
Susan's research has been published in top academic journals including The Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, the Journal of Finance, and the Journal of Accounting Research. She has received several honors, including the American Accounting Association (AAA) Competitive Manuscript Award and the AAA Management Accounting Section Impact on Management Accounting Practice Award. She currently serves as an Editor for Contemporary Accounting Research and on the Editorial Boards of Behavioral Research in Accounting and The Journal of Financial Reporting.
Susan was previously on the faculty at the University of Illinois, and has served as an Academic Fellow with the Office of the Chief Accountant at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. She earned her doctorate from Cornell University, has taught at the University of Waterloo (Canada), and has worked in public accounting with Ernst & Young (Clarkson Gordon).