Smrity Randhawa is an Accounting scholar whose area of expertise spans financial accounting, managerial accounting, valuation, disclosure and corporate governance. Smrity holds a PhD in Business from the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. In her research, she has studied the effect of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on small public companies. At Marshall School of Business she has taught classes ranging from Introductory Accounting for undergraduate students to Financial Statement Analysis for graduate students. In addition to her faculty duties, she also provides consulting services related to: bankruptcy analysis; fair value accounting measurements and valuations; and provides opinions on the analysis of other experts.
Areas of Expertise
INSIGHT + ANALYSIS
Quoted: Smrity Randhawa in The New York Times
RANDHAWA, professor of clinical accounting, offers thoughts on what's next for Instant Pot and how they came to file for Chapter 11.
Quoted: Smrity Randhawa in bon appétit
RANDHAWA, professor of clinical accounting, calls out the durability of Instant Pot and similar brands as a key factor in sales slumps and ultimately the collapse of a company or product.
NEWS + EVENTS
Marshall Faculty Publications, Awards, and Honors: May 2023 and Year-End Round-Up
We are thrilled to congratulate our faculty on recently accepted and published research, 2022-2023 teaching and research awards, and new chair appointments.
Leventhal + Academy of Finance Introduce Local Youth to the World of Accounting
With the Academy of Finance, Leventhal encourages local high school students to pursue accounting as a future career.
ACCOUNTING FOR GOOD