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Brady Twedt

Brady Twedt

Contact Information

(812) 855-2655
btwedt [at] indiana [dot] edu (E-mail)
Business School

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  • Assistant Professor of Accounting

Campus

  • Bloomington

Education

  • PhD, Accounting, Texas A&M University, 2013
  • BS, Accounting, Utah State University, 2009

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, 2013 – present
  • Graduate Research Assistant, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University, 2009 – 2013
  • Accountant, Schreiber Foods Inc., Logan, Utah, 2007 – 2009

Awards, Honors & Certifications

  • Recipient, Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award, 2014
  • Dean's Award for Outstanding Research by a Doctoral Student, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University, 2012
  • Ernst & Young Doctoral Fellowship, 2009 – 2013
  • Texas A&M Regents’ Fellowship, 2009 – 2013
  • Mays Business School Fellowship, 2009 – 2013
  • Nominee, Undergraduate Researcher of the Year, Utah State University, 2009

Professional Interests

Capital Markets, Information Intermediaries, Voluntary Disclosure, Financial Reporting

Selected Publications

  • Twedt, Brady (2016), “Spreading the Word: Price Discovery and Newswire Dissemination of Management Earnings Guidance,” The Accounting Review, forthcoming.

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  • Rees, Lynn, Nathan Sharp, and Brady Twedt (2015), “Who’s Heard on the Street? Determinants and Consequences of Financial Analyst Coverage in the Business Press,” Review of Accounting Studies, 20: 173-209.

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  • Drake, Michael, Nicholas Guest, and Brady Twedt (2014), “The Media and Mispricing: The Role of the Business Press in the Pricing of Accounting Information,” The Accounting Review, 89: 1673-1701.

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  • Rees, Lynn and Brady Twedt (2012), "Reading Between the Lines: An Empirical Examination of Qualitative Attributes of Financial Analysts’ Reports," Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 31: 1-21.

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