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Ivan Marinovic

Ivan   Marinovic
Assistant Professor, Accounting
Ivan Marinovic
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Academic Area: 
Accounting

Research Statement

Professor Iván Marinovic's research is in the area of applications of economics and information in accounting and finance. In particular, his recent research focuses on issues of disclosure, earnings management and optimal standards.

Bio

Iván Marinovic joined the Stanford Graduate School of Business as an Assistant Professor of Accounting in July 2011. Before joining the Stanford GSB, he taught microeconomics in the Business Department of Universidad de los Andes, Chile. Professor Marinovic’s research focuses on applications of economics of information in accounting and finance. Professor Marinovic earned a BA degree in Economics and MA in Financial Economics, both in 2001, from the Catholic University of Chile. He also earned a Master’s degree in Economic Theory from the Toulouse School of Economics in 2007 and a PhD in Accounting, Information and Management from the Kellogg School of Management in 2011.

Academic Degrees

  • PhD in Accounting, Information and Management, Kellogg School of Management Northwestern University, 2011
  • Master in Economic Theory, Toulouse School of Economics, Toulouse, France2007
  • BA and Master in Financial Economics, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago Chile, 2001

Academic Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Accounting, Stanford GSB, 2011 --present
  • Lecturer of Economics, Universidad de los Andes, Chile, 2001-2005

Awards and Honors

  • Fellowship, Kellogg School of Management Northwestern University, 2011
  • Best Paper in Economics, European Science Days, Steyr, Austria, 2006
  • President, Republic Scholarship for Doctoral Studies, Government of Chile, 2005
  • Alban Scholarship for Doctoral Studies, European Commission, 2005

Publications

Journal Articles

Ivan Marinovic, Marco Ottaviani, Peter Sorensen. Handbook of Economic Forecasting. Elsevier, 2013, Vol. 2, Pages 690-720.

Book Chapters

Ivan Marinovic, Marco Ottaviani, Peter Norman Sorensen. Prediction Markets: Theory and Applications. Routledge, 2011.

Courses Taught

Degree Courses

2014-15

This course develops tools from information economics to study the strategic interactions between agents inside a firm and between firm insiders and market participants. Common to these studies is that agents acquire private information that is...

2013-14

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the concepts and tools of managerial accounting. The first part of the course demonstrates how management can rely on internal accounting information to measure and manage the profitability of...

2011-12

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the concepts and tools of managerial accounting. The first part of the course demonstrates how management can rely on internal accounting information to measure and manage the profitability of...