The research interests of Brad Hendricks include financial reporting and regulation, corporate disclosure, financial statement analysis and initial public offerings.
Dr. Hendricks has written about the effects of competition on bank behavior, the stock market valuation of accounting information, and the influence of founder leadership in publicly traded firms.
His research has been published in the Journal of Accounting Research and Review of Accounting Studies.
Dr. Hendricks teaches financial reporting in the Masters of Accounting Program. He received the 2016 Weatherspoon Award for Excellence in MAC Teaching.
He serves as a board member for Carolina for the Kids, the largest student-run philanthropy in North Carolina.
He is a CPA, licensed in Utah. He previously worked at Ernst & Young as a senior associate in Salt Lake City, Utah.
He received his PhD in business administration from the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business. He received his MAcc and BA in accounting from the University of Utah, where he graduated with high honors.