The Class of 1967 Associate Professor of Business
Bachelor of Commerce, Delhi University, 2002; MS (Accounting), Syracuse University, 2005; PhD (Accounting), University of Washington, 2010
Joined CBS in 2009
Urooj Khan is the Class of 1967 Associate Professor of Business at Columbia Business School. He is also the Assistant Director of Program of Financial Studies’ initiative on the future of banking and insurance and a faculty advisor to the India Business Initiative. Between 2014 and 2015, he was a part-time researcher with the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Financial Research.
Professor Khan’s research examines issues related to financial reporting by financial institutions, financial crises, debt contracting, regulatory enforcement and standard setting. His research has been published in leading accounting and economics journals. He is the recipient of American Accounting Association’s 2012 Competitive Manuscript Award.
At Columbia, Professor Khan teaches the core financial accounting class, a doctoral level class on banking, and regularly participates in executive education programs. He holds an honors Bachelor of Commerce degree from Shri Ram College of Commerce of Delhi University, a Master of Science in Accounting from Syracuse University, and a Master of Science and Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Washington.
Columbia Caseworks cases
What, When, How? A Revenue Mystery
Coauthor(s): Trevor Harris, Urooj Khan, Julian Yeo
Do the FASB's Standards Add Shareholder Value?
In The Accounting Review
Coauthor(s): Urooj Khan, Bin Li, Shivaram Rajgopal, Mohan Venkatachalam
Real activity forecasts using loan portfolio information
In Journal of Accounting Research
Coauthor(s): Urooj Khan, N. Bugra Ozel
Usefulness of fair values for predicting banks' future earnings: Evidence from other comprehensive income and its components
In Review of Accounting Studies
Coauthor(s): Brian Bratten, Monika Causholli, Urooj Khan
An assessment of TARP assistance to financial institutions
In Journal of Economic Perspectives
Coauthor(s): Charles Calomiris, Urooj Khan
Market reactions to policy deliberations on fair value accounting and impairment rules during the financial crisis of 2008–2009
In Journal of Accounting and Public Policy
Coauthor(s): Robert Bowen, Urooj Khan
The role of taxes in the disparity between corporate performance and economic growth
Coauthor(s): Urooj Khan, Ethan Rouen
Co-migration and the benefits of relationships in bank lending
Coauthor(s): Urooj Khan, Xinlei Li, Regina Moerman-Wittenberg, Chris Williams
Tax Avoidance and DuPont Measures of Future Performance
Coauthor(s): Sharon Katz, Urooj Khan, Andy Schmidt
The SEC's Enforcement Record against Auditors
Coauthor(s): Simi Kedia, Urooj Khan, Shivaram Rajgopal
The expected rate of credit losses on banks' loan portfolios
Coauthor(s): Trevor Harris, Urooj Khan, Doron Nissim
Does fair value accounting contribute to systemic risk in the banking industry?
Coauthor(s): Urooj Khan
Ideas and Insights
In The News
Lower Corporate Taxes Would Spur Capital Investment
Trump Tax Plan: Short Surge, Long Slowdown