Professor of Accounting, Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University
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Ph.D., business administration, Michigan State University; M.A., accounting, Washington State University
Summary of Experience:
Professor Ramesh's research has examined the role of accounting and non-accounting information in business valuation, the strategic aspects of financial performance evaluation, and accounting disclosures by financial institutions. His consulting experience includes damages estimation in securities litigation, business valuation, breach of contract matters, accounting for complex transactions and instruments, and auctions. In the banking industry, he has studied the valuation implications of fair value disclosures, the determinants of banks' choice of accounting methods, and design of credit agreements. Professor Ramesh was a member of the Editorial Advisory and Review Board of the Accounting Review.