Recipient of the Earl F. Cheit Award for Excellence in Teaching 2016-2017. The Earl F. Cheit Award for Excellence in Teaching is the highest teaching award bestowed upon instructors by the MBA students at Berkeley Haas.
“Overnight Returns As a Measure of Firm-Specific Investor Sentiment” Forthcoming in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. Co-authors: David Aboody, Reuven Lehavy, and Brett Trueman.
“When does the Bond Price Reaction to Earnings Announcements Predict Future Stock Returns?” Published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics [64(1): 167-182 (August 2017)]
World’s Top 40 Under 40, Poets & Quants, 2014.
American Accounting Association’s Best Paper Award (for the professor’s paper published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics), 2014.
Schwabacher Fellow (The Executive Committee voted this honor on the basis of “outstanding research, exceptional departmental service, unusual scholarly growth, or some combination thereof”), 2014.
Barbara and Gerson Baker Faculty Fellow (A most positive signal for the years to come, the fellowship honors Haas faculty members with a record of accomplishment and a very bright future), 2014.
Hellman Fellows Fund Award for Research (selected across UC Berkeley as “Most Promising Assistant Professor”), 2013.
Earl F. Cheit Award for Excellence in Teaching, Evening & Weekend MBA Program, 2013.
Evan C. Thompson Teaching & Learning Innovation Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching in the MBA Program, 2011.
“Accounting-Based Downside Risk, Cost of Capital, and the Macroeconomy” with Luo, Ma, and Wu, Review of Accounting Studies, Forthcoming.
“The Consequences of Untimely Quarterly and Annual Financial Reporting” with Bartov and DeFond, Accounting Horizons, Conditionally Accepted.
“Accounting Valuation and Cost of Capital Dynamics: Theoretical and Empirical Macroeconomic Aspects” Abacus, Forthcoming.
“Taking the Pulse of the Real Economy Using Financial Statement Analysis: Implications for Macro Forecasting and Stock Valuation” with Panos Patatoukas, The Accounting Review, 89 (2), 669-694, 2014.
“Accounting Earnings and Gross Domestic Product” with Panos Patatoukas, Journal of Accounting and Economics, 57 (1-2), 76-88, 2014.
“Cost of Capital and Earnings Transparency” with M. Barth and W. Landsman, Journal of Accounting and Economics, 55 (2-3), 206-224, 2013.
“Accounting and the Macroeconomy: The Case of Aggregate Price-Level Effects on Individual Stocks” Financial Analysts Journal, 2013.
“Capital Markets Valuation and Accounting Performance of Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) Award Winners” with M. DeFond, J. McMullin, and D. O’Leary, Decision Support Systems, 2013.
“Accounting Research: Notes and Perspectives” University of Southern California Figueroa Press, 2012.
“Inflation and Nominal Financial Reporting: Implications for Performance and Stock Prices” The Accounting Review, 86 (3), 1045-1085, 2011.
“Event Study Methodologies in Information Systems Research” with D.E. O’Leary, International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 12 (2), 99-115, 2011.
“Active Noise Control in Mobile Devices” with Berstein & Kulakcherla, United States Publication: US 2011/0091047 A1, 2011.
“Machine for Emotion Detection (MED) in a Communications Device” with Kulakcherla, United States Publication: US 2011/0022395 A1, 2011.
“Search Engine with Statistical Snapshots” with Ronen, United States Publication: US 2011/0225135 A1, 2011.
“Accounting in Business” Tel Aviv University Press, 2011.
Patatoukas, Panos N.
2018 Distinguished Teaching Award. Associate Professor Panos N. Patatoukas has been selected as recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Teaching Award, the campus’s most prestigious honor for teaching. The award recognizes teaching that incites intellectual curiosity in students, engages them thoroughly in the enterprise of learning, and has a lifelong impact.
Recipient of the Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award, 2017. Presented by the American Accounting Association (AAA) and sponsored by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award is given annually to that work which withstood a rigorous process of screening and scrutiny based on certain criteria, such as originality, breadth of potential interest, soundness of methodology, and potential magnitude of contribution to accounting research, practice, and education.
San Francisco Business Times’ 40 Under 40 Class of 2017.
Schwabacher Award for Distinction in Research and Teaching, February 2012. Highest honor for distinction in research and teaching bestowed upon Assistant Professors at Berkeley Haas.
Competitive Manuscript Award, American Accounting Association, 2011. The Competitive Manuscript Award encourages research among members of the American Accounting Association and associate members who have earned their PhD within the past five years. The winner is chosen in a blind review.
Taking the Pulse of the Real Economy Using Financial Statement Analysis: Implications for Macro Forecasting and Stock Valuation, with Yaniv Konchitchki. Published in The Accounting Review 89 (2): 2014. Hellman Fellows Fund Award for Distinction in Research, May 2013.
Earl F. Cheit Award for Outstanding Teaching, Evening & Weekend MBA Program, 2015.
“Mixing Fair-Value and Historical-Cost Accounting: Predictable Other-Comprehensive-Income and Mispricing of Bank Stocks” Review of Accounting Studies, 2017.
“Preserving Amortized Costs within a Fair-Value-Accounting Framework: Reclassification of Gains and Losses on Available-for-Sale Securities upon Realization” with Minyue Dong and Stephen Ryan, Review of Accounting Studies, 2015.
“Do Temporary Increases in Information Asymmetry Affect the Cost of Equity?” with Shai Levi, Management Science, 2015.