BCom (Honors), University of the Witwatersrand, 1988; MCom, University of Witwatersrand, 1995; PhD, Pennsylvania State University, 1998. At Tuck since 2003.
Area of Expertise
Teaching and Research
Professor Stocken teaches accounting and financial management, analysis, and reporting at Tuck, in both executive education programs and MBA classes. He has conducted extensive research on the financial reporting behavior of publicly traded corporations.
Wharton Graduate Association MBA Core Curriculum Teaching Award, 1999, 2000; Wharton Graduate Association Teaching Award, 2001; Wharton School Graduate Division Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award 2002, 2003.
Professor Stocken's recent articles include "Credibility of Management Forecasts," with J.L. Rogers, Accounting Review, 2005; "Effect of Speculation on Earnings Management and Investor Information," with P.E. Fischer, Journal of Accounting Research, 2004; "Financial Reporting System Choice and Disclosure Management," with R. Verrecchia, Accounting Review, 2004; "An Analysis of Stock Recommendations," with J. Morgan, RAND Journal of Economics, Spring 2003; "Information Intermediaries and Communication," with P.E. Fischer, Journal of Accounting Research, June 2001; "Credibility of Voluntary Disclosure," RAND Journal of Economics, Summer 2000.
Professor Stocken is on the editorial board of The Accounting Review and the Review of Accounting Studies, and is a reviewer for the National Science Foundation.