Craig Chapman is an Assistant Professor in the Accounting Information and Management department, Larry Revsine Research Fellow and a Zell Center Faculty Fellow. His primary research interests are related to the bias and accuracy of financial forecasts, risk allocation and the role of real options in large scale projects and the use of real actions to manage earnings – specifically the use of promotions to change the timing of income.
Prior to joining the Kellogg School faculty, he was the General Manager of an electric power generating company in the People’s Republic of China. He also worked on large scale project and structured financings in Europe and Asia with Bank of America, Banque Nationale de Paris and Midland Bank based in London and Hong Kong.
Chapman teaches core financial accounting. He received his DBA in Accounting and Management from Harvard University; his MBA with high distinction (Baker Scholar) from the Harvard Business School; and MA and BA degrees in Mathematics from the University of Oxford.
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