A leading researcher on changing economics of listed companies, and an expert on valuation and financial reporting of digital natives and knowledge companies.
1. Publications in top-tier journals, such as Management Science, Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Financial Economics, and Review of Accounting Studies.
2. Over 25 articles in practioners journals such as Harvard Business Review and California Management Review.
3. Over ten-year teaching experience in top business schools, such as Kellogg (Northwestern) and Tuck (Dartmouth).
4. Over fourteen years experience as a banker, consultant, and corporate executive at billion-dollar conglomerates as well as cash-strapped startups.
5. Frequetly cited by leading media outlets, such as Bloomberg, Financial Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Economist Intelligence Unit, National Public Radio, Forbes, Chicago Tribune, Barrons, and Reuters.
Anup is one of the foremost researchers on the changing economics of listed companies.
He examines how knowledge-based companies, such as Facebook, Alphabet, and Microsoft, supplant asset- and infrastructure-intensive companies, such as Walmart, General Motors, and Exxon-Mobil, in capital creation and employment generation.
His research highlights key elements disrupted by this progression: accelerating corporate demise and emerging hyper-competition; changing role of the board of directors; shifts in executive incentive plans; new auditing and financial reporting requirements; and a growing need for highly skilled human capital.
Anup is deputy editor-in-chief for Management and Business Review and an Editorial board member for Contemporary Accounting Research
Education and Academic Experience
Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary 2018 –