Professor of Accounting, NYU Stern School of Business
Ph.D., business administration (concentration in accounting), University of California, Berkeley
Summary of Experience
Professor Bartov is an expert in financial reporting, accounting and accounting restatements, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), executive compensation, and transfer pricing. He has testified on these and other issues in matters related to securities fraud, insider trading, accounting fraud, and contract and other disputes. His research focuses on capital markets’ use of accounting information, accounting restatements and impairments, executive compensation and executive stock options, earnings management, factors affecting publicly traded securities prices, and accounting-based equity trading strategies. His experience also includes advising money managers and financial analysts on financial reporting and analysis, red-flag reviews, valuation, and quantitative trading strategies. Professor Bartov has published numerous articles in leading academic journals, including The Accounting Review and Accounting Horizons, and has contributed chapters on executive compensation in the litigation setting to the fifth and sixth editions of Litigation Service Handbook: The Role of the Financial Expert. Professor Bartov is an associate editor of the Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting. He has received many teaching awards.