Shyam Sunder (economist)

Shyam Sunder
Born (1944-07-10) July 10, 1944 (age 79)
Academic career
InstitutionYale School of Management
FieldAccounting Theory and Experimental Economics
Alma materIIT Kharagpur (transferred out); Indian Railway Institute of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering; Carnegie Mellon University
Yuji Ijiri, Robert S. Kaplan, Edward C. Prescott & Richard Roll
ContributionsStandards and Norms of Financial Reporting; Information in Security Markets; Market Properties with Zero Intelligence Traders; Simpson's Paradox in Cost Accounting
AwardsAmerican Accounting Association’s Outstanding Accounting Educator (2013); American Accounting Association's Manuscript Award (1975); The Accounting Hall of Fame (2020)

Shyam Sunder (born July 10, 1944) is an accounting theorist and experimental economist. He is the James L. Frank Professor of accounting, economics, and finance at the Yale School of Management; a professor in Yale University’s Department of Economics; and a Fellow of the Whitney Humanities Center.[1]

  1. ^ "Shyam Sunder | Yale School Of Management". Retrieved January 12, 2019.

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