Eli is a Professor of Accounting at New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business. He served as the Director of the Accounting Doctoral Program from 2001 to 2010. Eli received his Ph.D. degree at the University of California, Berkeley in 1989 and his C.P.A. certification in 1979.
At the Stern School, Eli teaches courses in financial accounting and reporting, financial statement analysis, international accounting and financial statement analysis, and empirical research in financial accounting.
A popular professor with students, Eli was the recipient of the 2010 Excellence In Teaching award, and the 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 “Great Professor” awards from the NYU Stern Executive MBA program.
Eli's research focuses on executive compensation, executive stock options, earnings management, earnings expectation management, and various aspects of equity valuation and trading strategies. Examples of his current work include: "Accrual Management, Investor Sophistication, and Equity Valuation: Evidence from Form 10-Q Filings," "Investor Sophistication and Patterns in Stock Returns after Earnings Announcements," "The Rewards for Meeting-or-Beating Earnings Expectations," and "Post Loss/Profit Announcement Drift." He has published extensively in leading accounting and finance academic journals on both theoretical and empirical subjects. In addition, he contributed a chapter entitled "Executive Compensation in the Litigation Setting," to the book, "Litigation Services Handbook: The Role of the Financial Expert."
Eli是纽约大学Stern商学院会计学终身教授，并于2001年至2010年期间担任了会计博士课程的项目主任。Eli教授在1979年获得CPA注册会计师认证，1989年获得加州大学伯克利分校的博士学位。 在Stern学校，Eli教授教授财务会计，财务报表分析，国际会计和财务会计实证研究课程。 Eli是一位受到学生欢迎的教授，曾获得2010年卓越教学奖，以及2014至2019年度的“纽约大学Stern执行MBA计划”的“杰出教授”奖。 Eli的研究集中在薪酬，股票期权，收益管理，收益预期管理以及股票估值和交易策略的各个方面。他当前的研究工作包括：“应酬管理，投资者成熟度和股权估值：10-Q表格的证据收集整理”，“投资者成熟度和股票回酬后的模式收入公告”，“达到或超过期望收入的奖励措施行为”和“亏损/利润转移”。他在领先的会计和金融学术期刊上广泛发表了有关理论和实务方面的文章。此外，他还为《诉讼服务手册：金融专家的作用》一书撰写了题为“诉讼环境中的执行补偿”的一章。
Accounting is the language of business, and many of the terms students will hear in business will come from accounting. If students are not familiar with the terminology and jargon of accounting and finance and the basic concepts underlying the financial accounting model, this workshop may be of value.
In this seven-week program, students will learn fundamental accounting concepts from different aspects, such as purpose, users and institutional settings of financial reports and analysis, balance sheet and risk analysis, recording transactions, and income statement (I/S) and profitability analysis. The workshop gives you an opportunity to become familiar with some of the basics of accounting and to understand the role of accounting information within the capital markets. Accounting information is vital for investors and creditors to make capital allocation decisions. Understanding the broader perspective of accounting will give you context in which to learn the details. The workshop will culminate in a group project that will give participants an opportunity to apply the taught content to a real-world situation. In the final project, students are required to complete real case study questions and present their answers.