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Thomas Hansen

Assistant Professor

Area: Accounting

  • Snead Hall
  • 301 W. Main Street
  • Box 844000
  • Richmond, VA, 23284-4000
  • Office: B4123

Interests

Teaching
  • Financial Accounting
Research
  • The use of financial accounting information by global capital markets and the effect of legal and regulatory institutions and changes on the production and consumption of financial accounting information.

Teaching

Research

Published Intellectual Contributions
Journal Article
  • Gimbar, C., Hansen, T., Ozlanski, M. E. (2016). The effects of critical audit matter paragraphs and accounting standard precision on auditor liability. (6 ed., vol. 91, pp.1629--1646). The Accounting Review.
  • Gimbar, C., Hansen, T., Ozlanski, M. E. (2015). Early evidence on the effects of critical audit matters on auditor liability. (1 ed., vol. 10, pp.A24--A33). Current Issues in Auditing.
  • Hansen, T., Miletkov, M. K., Wintoki, M. B. (2015). Investor Protection and the Role of Firm-Level Financial Transparency in Attracting Foreign Investment. (3 ed., vol. 50, pp.393--434). Financial Review.
  • Hansen, T., Pownall, G., Prakash, R., Vulcheva, M. (2014). Earnings changes associated with relaxing the reconciliation requirement in non-US firms’ SEC filings. (5 ed., vol. 33, pp.424--448). Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.
  • Hansen, T. (2011). Lobbying of the IASB: an empirical investigation. (2 ed., vol. 10, pp.57--75). Journal of International Accounting Research.
  • Barton, J., Hansen, T., Pownall, G. (2010). Which performance measures do investors around the world value the most—And why?. (3 ed., vol. 85, pp.753--789). The Accounting Review.
  • Hansen, T., Pownall, G., Wang, X. (2009). The robustness of the Sarbanes Oxley effect on the US capital market. (2-3 ed., vol. 14, pp.401--439). Review of Accounting Studies.