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RODRIGO S. VERDI

100 Main street, E62-666 Phone: (617) 253-2956

Cambridge, MA 02142 rverdi@mit.edu

EDUCATION

University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School

Ph.D., Accounting, 2006.

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

M.Sc., Accounting and Finance, 2001. B.Sc., Civil Engineering, 1998.

EMPLOYMENT

Sloan School of Management, MIT

Associate Professor of Accounting (with Tenure), 2013 to present. Sarofim Family Career Development Professor, 2008 to 2014. Associate Professor of Accounting, 2010 to 2013.

Assistant Professor of Accounting, 2006 to 2010.

Other

Unisinos University, Brazil.

Visiting Professor, January to May 2014.

HSBC Bank

Business Manager, 2000 to 2001.

PUBLICATIONS

“The Effect of Repatriation Tax Costs on U.S. Multinational Investment” with Michelle Hanlon and Rebecca Lester. Journal of Financial Economics 116 (1), (2015) 179-196.

“Mandatory Disclosure Quality, Inside Ownership, and Cost of Capital” with John Core and Luzi Hail. European Accounting Review 24 (1), (2015) 1-29.

“The Relation between Reporting Quality and Financing and Investment: Evidence from Shocks to Financing Capacity” with Karthik Balakrishnan and John Core. Journal of Accounting Research 52 (1), (2014) 1-39.

“Information Environment and the Investment Decisions of Multinationals Corporations” with Nemit Shroff and Gwen Yu. The Accounting Review 89 (2),

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"Peer Choice in CEO Compensation" with Ana Albuquerque and Gus DeFranco.

Journal of Financial Economics 108, (2013) 160-181.

“Management Forecast Credibility and the Underreaction to News” with Jeffrey Ng and Irem Tuna. Review of Accounting Studies 18 (4), (2013) 956-986.

“Adopting a Label: Heterogeneity in the Economic Consequences around IAS/IFRS Adoptions” with Holger Daske, Luzi Hail, and Christian Leuz. Journal

of Accounting Research 51 (3), (2013) 495-547.

“Investor Competition over Information and the Pricing of Information Asymmetry” with Brian Akins and Jeffrey Ng. The Accounting Review 87 (1), (2012) 35-58.

“The Benefits of Financial Statement Comparability” with Gus DeFranco and S.P. Kothari. Journal of Accounting Research 49 (4), (2011) 895-931.

“How does Financial Reporting Quality Relate to Investment Efficiency?” with Gary Biddle and Gilles Hilary. Journal of Accounting and Economics 48 (2-3), (2009) 112-131.

 This paper is a co-authored version of my dissertation paper titled “Financial Reporting Quality and Investment Efficiency” which won the Best Student Paper Award at the 2006 EFA conference.

“Mandatory IFRS Reporting Around the World: Early Evidence on the Economic Consequences” with Holger Daske, Luzi Hail, and Christian Leuz. Journal of

Accounting Research 46 (5), (2008) 1085-1142.

 This paper won the Best Paper Award in Financial Accounting at the 2008 European Accounting Association meeting at Rotterdam.

 This paper won the Emerald Citation of Excellence Award as one of the top 50 management, business and economics articles published in 2008.

“Is Accruals Quality a Priced Risk Factor?” with John Core and Wayne Guay.

Journal of Accounting and Economics 46 (1), (2008) 2-22.

“Implications of Transaction Costs for Post-Earnings-Announcement Drift” with Jeffrey Ng and Tjomme Rusticus. Journal of Accounting Research 46 (3), (2008) 661-696.

“Agency problems of excess endowment holdings in not-for-profit firms” with John Core and Wayne Guay. Journal of Accounting and Economics 41 (3), (2006) 307-333.

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“Stock market anomalies: What can we learn from repurchases and insider trading?” with John Core, Wayne Guay, and Scott Richardson. Review of

Accounting Studies 11 (1), (2006) 49-70. OTHER PUBLICATIONS

“Discussion of ‘Financial Reporting Frequency, Information Asymmetry and the Cost of Equity.” Journal of Accounting and Economics 54 (2-3), (2012) 150-153.

“The Determinants and Consequences of the adoption to Brazilian New Markets” (in Portuguese), with Jairo Procianoy, Brazilian Review of Finance (Revista

Brasileira de Finanças) 7 (1), 2009.

“Dividend Clienteles, New Insights and New Questions: The Brazilian Case”, with Jairo Procianoy, Business Administration Review (Revista de Administração

de Empresas – Eletrônica), Vol 8 (1), 2009.

“The Market Reaction to Changes in the Ibovespa Index” (in Portuguese), with Jairo Procianoy. Brazilian Review of Finance (Revista Brasileira de Finanças), Vol 4 (2), Dez 2006.

 This paper won the 4th best paper award at the 2006 Apimec conference. “Dividend Clienteles in The Brazilian Market: Are the Investors Irrational?” (in Portuguese), with Jairo Procianoy. Brazilian Review of Finance (Revista

Brasileira de Finanças), Vol 2 (2), Dez 2003. WORKING PAPERS

“Financial Reporting Regulation and Financing Decisions” with Patricia Naranjo and Daniel Saavedra.

“Are Reporting Incentives and Accounting Standards Substitutes or Complements in Achieving Accounting Comparability?” with Sudarshan Jayaraman.

SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

2016 (expected): Baruch College, Florida State University, University of Chicago, University of Michigan.

2015: FARS Conference Doctoral Consortium, Boston College, University of Rochester (expected), University of Southern California (expected).

2014: University of Sao Paulo FEA-RP, MIT Asia Conference Doctoral Consortium, Northwestern University.

2013: Erasmus University, GIA conference at UNC, Insead, MIT Sloan, Rice University, Temple University, UCLA.

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2012: Catholic-Lisbon School of Business, London Business School, Penn State University, University of British Columbia.

2011: CARE conference, JAE Conference, New York University (summer camp), University of Colorado at Boulder (summer camp), MIT Sloan, University of Missouri, University of Texas at Austin, University of Toronto.

2010: New York University – JAAF conference, MIT Sloan, Northwestern University, Stanford University (summer camp), University of Chicago, University of Iowa, University of Maryland.

2009: UC Berkeley, Boston University, Emory University, FASB Research Initiative, MIT Sloan, UCLA, UNC, University of Pennsylvania (Wharton), University of Washington, Washington University at St. Louis.

2008: Barclays Global Investment, Columbia University, London Business School, MIT Sloan, Tilburg University, University of Florida, University of Rochester.

2007: Harvard University (IMO Conference), London Business School (summer camp), MIT Sloan, New York University, University of Maryland, University of Minnesota (spring empirical camp).

2006: Duke University, MIT Sloan (fall, spring), Ohio State University, Stanford University, UCLA, University of Chicago, University of Michigan, University of North Carolina, University of Pennsylvania (Wharton).

CONFERENCE PARTICIPATIONS

Journal of Accounting Research Conference 2008-2010, 2012-2013, 2015. Journal of Accounting and Economics Conference 2006-2007, 2009-2014. Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance 2007, 2010.

Stanford summer camp 2010.

Harvard IMO Conference 2007-2008, 2010-2014. NYU summer camp 2011.

Colorado Summer Accounting Research Conference 2011. Toronto Accounting Research 2011.

Global Issues in Accounting Conference 2013-2015.

CARE conference 2007, 2011.

BANDS Accounting Conference 2009.

University of Texas Austin spring Conference 2009. LBS Accounting Symposium 2007.

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Editorial board:

Journal of Accounting and Economics – 2012 to present. Journal of Accounting Research – 2013 to present. The Accounting Review – 2014 to present.

Brazilian Review of Finance (Revista Brasileira de Finanças) - 2010 to present. Section Liaison for the 2012 AAA Annual Meeting - (FARS Market Efficiency)

Ad hoc reviewer for:

Accounting Horizons

Contemporary Accounting Research European Accounting Review European Financial Management

Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance Journal of Accounting Economics

Journal of Accounting and Public Policy Journal of Accounting Research

Management Science

Review of Accounting Studies Review of Financial Studies The Accounting Review

American Accounting Association Meeting

Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Research Grants Council of Canada

Research Grants Council of Hong Kong

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Swedish Research Council

Swiss National Science Foundation UNIVERSITY SERVICE

Chair of the Accounting Department – 2015 – present. MSMS Program Director – 2015 - present.

MBA Program Committee – 2009-2010, 2013-2015. MSMS Program Committee – 2014-2016.

MIT Subcommittee of Communication Requirement (SOCR) – 2014-2016.

MIT Asia Conference in Accounting – Organizing Committee – 2014, 2015. Ph.D. Coordinator – MIT Accounting Program – 2007 to 2010.

Coordinator – MIT Accounting Workshop Series – 2007 to 2008.

Ph.D. dissertation chair:

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Ph.D. dissertation committee:

Becky Lester (Placement: Stanford University - 2015) Daniel Saavedra (Placement: UCLA - 2015)

Kexin Zheng (Placement: University of Connecticut - 2014) Zawadi Lemayian (Placement: Washington University - 2013) Luo Zuo (Placement: Cornell University - 2013)

Brian Akins (Placement: Rice University - 2012) Lynn Li (Placement: Boston University - 2012) Mihir Mehta (Placement: Temple University - 2010)

Konstantin Rozanov (Placement: London Business School - 2008)

Summer paper advisor: Heidi Packard, 2015 Inna Lobanova, 2015 Ben Yost, 2014 Becky Lester, 2011, 2012 Patricia Naranjo, 2010, 2011 Kexin Zheng, 2011 Luo Zuo, 2009, 2010 Lynn Li, 2009 Brian Akins, 2008 Derek Johnson, 2008 Yuri Loktionov, 2007 Mihir Mehta, 2007 TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Financial Accounting (EMBA Core) – 2015.

Financial Accounting (MBA Core) – 2007, 2009-2012. Cost Accounting for Managers (Executive Education) – 2013. Empirical Research in Accounting (Ph.D. course) – 2009-present. Disclosure Theory (Ph.D. course) – 2013, 2015.

Corporate Financial Reporting (Undergraduate) – 2007.

AWARDS

Sloan School of Management - Best Teacher Award 2015. Journal of Accounting Research - Best Referee Award 2015. Emerald Citation of Excellence Award 2014.

Emerald Citation of Excellence Award 2012.

MIT Junior Faculty Research Assistance Program (JFRAP) Award 2010-2012. Sarofim Family Career Development Professorship 2008-2011.

Best Paper Award in Financial Accounting at the 2008 EAA conference. Best Student Paper Award sponsored by WRDS at the 2006 EFA conference. Best paper award at the 2006 Apimec conference.

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The Wharton School Fellowship for Doctoral Studies, 2002 – 2006. CAPES Fellowship for Master studies, 1999 – 2001.

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