Overview

I am a Clinical Professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business. I teach and consult extensively in the areas of business drivers, financial reporting, data analytics, modeling, and taxation. I have been at Stern since 1998 and was voted “Professor of the Year” twice and have been nominated for the award seven times.

Education and Experience

Education

1994
Ph.D. in Accounting with a minor in Information Systems. Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
1992
MS in Accounting. Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, USA.
1990
MS in Information Systems. Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, USA.
1988
MBA. Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India.
1986
BS in Electronics and Communication Engineering. Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi, India.

Experience

2017-
Clinical Professor of Accounting, Stern School of Business, New York University
2004-2017
Clinical Associate Professor of Accounting, Stern School of Business, New York University
1998-2004
Assistant Professor of Accounting, Stern School of Business, New York University
1993-98
Assistant Professor of Accounting, William E. Simon Graduate School of Business, University of Rochester
Consultant to various banks, audit firms, and corporations

Teaching

Teaching Awards

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2018-13, '03, '01
Finalist for the Professor of the Year Award at the Stern School of Business, New York University
2004, '02
Winner of the Professor of the Year Award at the Stern School of Business, New York University
2008
Pedagogical Innovation Award at the Stern School of Business, New York University
2002-98
Member of Club 6 (instructors whose ratings exceed 6 on 7) at Stern
1997
Member of the Dean's List of the Top Five instructors at the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business, University of Rochester
1996
Superior Teaching Award, William E. Simon Graduate School of Business, University of Rochester

Teaching Interests

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Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis

MBA & UG
Financial Accounting and Reporting
MS in Accounting
New in 2018: Financial Reporting and Analysis Bootcamp
MS in Accounting
New in 2017: Acquisitions, Deferred Taxes, Translations, and Derivatives
Tech MBA
New in 2018: Managing Money Flows
UG
Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation
MBA & UG
New in 2020: Analysis of Financial Institutions taught with Steve Ryan

Modeling and Projecting Financial statements

MBA
Modeling Financial Statements
MBA & UG
New in 2015: Modeling Corporate Transactions

Interarea: Strategy, Marketing, Analysis

MBA, EMBA, & UG
New in 2013: Business Drivers: An Analytical Framework
MBA & UG
New in 2017: Tech Industry Drivers: An Analytical Framework
MBA
New in 2017: Narratives and Numbers taught with Scott Galloway
Trium EMBA
New in 2017: Strategic Analysis taught with Sonia Marciano
MBA & UG
New in 2020: Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles Industries

Taxation

MBA & UG
Taxes and Business Strategy
UG
Individual Taxation

Precollege and Experiential Learning

Stern Precollege
New in 2013: Essentials of Business and Investments
UG
New in 2013: Accounting and Analysis in Practice

Financial Data Analytics and Computing

MBA & UG
New in 2019: Financial Statement Analytics using Python
UG
New in 2020: Introduction to Programming and Data Science
MBA, EMBA, & UG
Advanced Excel for Business Workshop

Tandon Finance and Risk Engineering (FRE)

Tandon FRE
New in 2019: Financial Statements: Modeling and Analytics
Tandon FRE
New in 2020: Valuation for Financial Engineering

Electronic Materials Development

Software
Developed the Financial Accounting Tutor, a comprehensive interactive software package to teach financial accounting. The software is being published by John Wiley and Sons Inc. The software helps students learn basic accounting concepts on their own thereby freeing up class time for discussions of managerial issues.
Online
Developed Almaris Online Assessment system.

Consulting

I have taught numerous training programs at corporations, investment banks, hedge funds, and private equity shops. I have also consulted extensively with these organizations. For details about my consulting and training work including a list of clients I have worked with, please visit my Almaris.com web page.

Accounting and Financial Reporting

Deferred income taxes
Business combinations
Share-based compensation
Leases
Foreign operations
Statement of cash flows
Convertible debt
Asset retirement obligations
Asset impairments
Pensions and other post-employment benefits

Valuation and Modeling

Modeling financial statements
Forensic accounting and earnings quality analysis
Mergers, acquisitions, and leveraged buyouts

Credit Risk

Analysis of credit risk
Debt structuring

Research

Research Interests

Accounting-based valuation, earnings forecasts, contracts, design of markets, and automated trading

Honors and Awards

1993-90
Deloitte and Touche Foundation Fellow
1991
Richard M. and Margaret S. Cyert Family Fellowship, given to the doctoral student who “best demonstrates the capacity for interdisciplinary work of unusual vision, originality, imagination and creativity,”Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
1991
Doctoral Consortium Fellow at the American Accounting Association, Tahoe City, California.
1991-88
William Larimer Mellon Fellowship, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, USA.

Citations Count from Google Scholar

Link to Google Scholar profile

Data as of January 16, 2020

Citations

Publications

2013
Mohanram P. and Gode, D. Removing predictable analyst forecast errors to improve implied cost of equity estimates. Review of Accounting Studies, Vol. 18 (2), 443-478
2005
Barclay, M., Gode, D.K., and Kothari, S.P., Measuring Delivered Performance, Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp 1-26.
2004
Gode, D.K. and Singh, R., The Impact of Verifiability on Contracts forthcoming in the Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance.
2004
Gode, D.K. and Sunder, S. Double Auction Dynamics: Structural Effects of Non-Binding Price Controls, Journal of Economics Dynamics and Control, vol. 28, pp 1707-1731.
2004
Gode, D.K. and James Ohlson, Accounting-based Valuation with Changing Interest Rates, Review of Accounting Studies, Volume 9, Number 5, December 2004.
2003
Gode, D.K. and Partha Mohanram, Inferring the Cost of Capital using the Ohlson-Juettner Model, Review of Accounting Studies, Volume 8, Number 4, December 2003.
1997
Gode, D.K. and Sunder, S. What Makes Markets Allocationally Efficient? Quarterly Journal of Economics, May, Vol. 112 (2), 603-630.
1993
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S., Allocative Efficiency of Markets with Zero Intelligence Traders: Market as a Partial Substitute for Individual Rationality. Journal of Political Economy, Volume 101, Number 1, February, 119 137.
1993
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S., Human and Artificially Intelligent Traders in Computer Double Auctions. K. Carley and M. Prietula (Eds.), Computational Organizational Theory, Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum (in press). Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S. (1993).
1993
Lower Bounds for Efficiency of Surplus Extraction in Double Auctions. In The Double Auction Market: Institutions, Theories, and Evidence, edited by D. Friedman and J. Rust, Santa Fe Institute Series in the Sciences of the Complexity, Proceedings Volume XV. New York, NY, Addison Wesley.
1990
Gode, D. K., Barua, A. and Mukhopadhyay, T., On the Economics of Software Maintenance Problem. Proceedings of the International Conference of Information Systems, Denmark, 159 170.

Working Papers

2017
Gode, D.K. and Sunder, S. Convergence of Double Auctions to Contract Curve in an Edgeworth Box.
2001
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S. On the Impossibility of Global Continuously-Clearing Markets: The Case for Call Markets.

Presentations

2002
Gode, D. K. and Mohanram, P., Inferring the Cost of Capital using the Ohlson-Juettner Model, Yale School of Management.
2002
Gode, D.K., and Ohlson, J., Accounting-based Valuation with Changing Interest Rates. Rutgers University Business School, Newark.
2002
Gode, D.K., and Mohanram P., Implied Cost of Capital, USC conference.
2002
Gode, D.K., and Ohlson, J., Accounting-based Valuation with Changing Interest Rates., Carnegie Mellon University Conference.
2001
Gode, D.K., and Mohanram P., Implied Cost of Capital NYU-Columbia Joint Workshop
2000
Gode, D.K., and Mohanram P., What Affects the Implied Cost of Equity Capital? New York University
2000
Gode, D.K., and Mohanram P., The Relative Use of Earnings and Stock Prices in CEO Compensation, American Accounting Association.
2000
Gode, D.K., and Ohlson, J., P-E Multiples and Changing Interest Rates. New York University.
1999
Gode, D.K. and Sunder, S., Design of Auctions, University of Texas at Dallas.
1999
Gode, D.K., and Mohanram P., The Relative Use of Earnings and Stock Prices in CEO Compensation New York University.
1999
Barclay, M., Gode, D.K., and Kothari, S.P., Measuring Delivered Performance, Baruch College
1999
Gode, D.K. and Sunder, S., Design of Auctions, IBM Watson Research Center
1999
Gode, D. K., Electronic Texts, Lehigh University/Lafayette College
1999
Gode, D. K., Electronic Texts, Ramapo College
1998
Gode, D. K., Electronic Texts, American Accounting Association, New Orleans.
1998
Gode, D. K., Electronic Texts, Rutgers University, Newark.
1998
Gode, D. K., Electronic Texts, American Accounting Association, New Orleans.
1997
Barclay, M., Gode, D.K., and Kothari, S.P., Measuring Delivered Performance, Conference at SUNY Buffalo
Barclay, M., Gode, D.K., and Kothari, S.P., Measuring Delivered Performance, New York University
1997
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S., Double Auction Dynamics: Structural Consequences of Non-Binding Price Controls Economic Science Association meetings in Tucson
1997
Barclay, M., Gode, D.K., and Kothari, S.P., Measuring Delivered Performance, Harvard Business School
1997
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S., Double Auction Dynamics: Structural Consequences of Non-Binding Price Controls American Economic Association Meetings in New Orleans
1996
Barclay, M., Gode, D.K., and Kothari, S.P., Earnings versus Price Changes: Delivered versus Expected Performance, Department of Accounting, SUNY Buffalo
1996
Barclay, M., Gode, D.K., and Kothari, S.P., Earnings versus Price Changes: Delivered versus Expected Performance, Simon School of Business, University of Rochester
1996
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S., What Makes Markets Allocationally Efficient? At the Department of Accounting, University of Minnesota
1995
Gode D.K., Future of Markets-Based Research in Accounting. Member of the panel discussion with Professors William Beaver and Joel Demski at the American Accounting Association, Annual Conference.
1993
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S., What Makes Markets Allocationally Efficient? At the Department of Economics, University of Rochester
1993
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S., What Makes Markets Allocationally Efficient? At the Accounting and Finance Conference, Washington University, St. Louis, October 1993.
1993
Gode, D. K., Joint and Several Liability of Auditors. At the Accounting and Finance Conference, Washington University, St. Louis, October 1993.
1992
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S., Some Issues in the Electronic Modeling of Continuous Double Auctions with Computer Traders. Conference on Computational Economics, IC2 Institute, University of Texas at Austin.
1991
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S., Lower Bounds for Efficiency of Surplus Extraction in Double Auctions. Meetings of the Economic Science Association, Tucson, Arizona.
1990
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S., Electronic Stock Exchange and Trading System. IBM Academic Computing Conference, Miami.
1989
Gode, D. K. and Sunder, S., Human and Artificially Intelligent Traders in Computer Double Auctions. Meetings of the Economic Science Association, Tucson, Arizona.