Rachel Flam

Assistant Professor of Accounting

PhD (Texas A&M) CPA

Dr Rachel Winn Flam holds a BSBA in Accounting and Master of Accountancy from the University of Tulsa, as well as a PhD in Accounting from Texas A&M University. She is also a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the United States.

Rachel’s research interests include disclosure, social media, financial journalism and earnings conference calls. Her research has been discussed in the media including Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Business, and Financial Times.

Rachel talks about her research on ethnic minority analysts’ conference call participation. Click here to read the paper


Ethnic Minority Analysts’ Participation in Public Earnings Conference Calls

Flam R W; Green J; Lee J A; Sharp N Y

Journal of Accounting Research 2023 Vol 61:5 p 1591-1631

Managers’ use of humor on public earnings conference calls

Call A C; Flam R W; Lee J A; Sharp N Y

Review of Accounting Studies 2023 In Press


Spillover Effects in Disclosure-Related Securities Litigation

Donelson D C; Flam R; Yust C G

Accounting Review 2022 Vol 97:5 p 275-299

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    • Financial Statement Analysis
      The purpose of this course is to provide users with critical skills to analyse public companies' financial statements from the investor's perspective. The course is designed to be extremely practical and current in nature, and is aimed at getting you well on your way to becoming an informed and sceptical user of financial reporting information and in turn, laying the framework for you to become a competent and confident investor. The course will primarily consist of the following three components : i) pre-lecture notes that should be read prior to the class, ii) the lecture slides that will be available at the beginning of the course; and iii) current cases written, also available at the beginning of the course. Most of the cases will be in real-time so that we can simulate making investment decisions without the benefit of hindsight bias, and you can decide whether after our analyses you want to include the stock in your mock portfolio.
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