Accounting and Law
PhD, Simon Business School, University of Rochester
MSBA, Simon Business School, University of Rochester
MBA, St. Bonaventure University
BA, St. Bonaventure University
Dambra and his work have been cited in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Bloomberg, Forbes, Yahoo! Finance, Fox Business News, USA Today and CBS News. From a policy perspective, Dambra’s research has also been referenced in Congressional testimony, Securities and Exchange Commission rules, legal blogs and by the U.S. Treasury. Current research interests include:
Does Sensationalism Affect Executive Compensation? Evidence from Pay Ratio Disclosure Reform (with Wonjae Chang, Bryce Schonberger, and Inho Suk). Journal of Accounting Research (Accepted).
Do the Burdens to Being Public Affect the Investment and Innovation of Newly Public Firms? (with Matt Gustafson). Management Science (2021) 67: 594-616.
What is the effect of an additional dollar of IPO proceeds? (with Matt Gustafson and Kevin Pisciotta). Journal of Corporate Finance (2021) 66: 101795.
Tax-Advantaged Trust Use Among IPO Executives: Determinants and Implications for Valuation and Future Performance (with Matt Gustafson and Phil Quinn). The Accounting Review (2020) 95 (3): 145-175.
The Consequences to Analyst Involvement in the IPO Process: Evidence Surrounding the JOBS Act (with Laura Casares Field, Matt Gustafson, and Kevin Pisciotta). Journal of Accounting and Economics (2018) 65: 302-330.
Stakeholder Conflicts and Cash Flow Shocks: Evidence from Changes in ERISA Pension Funding Rules. The Accounting Review, (2018) 93: 131-159
The JOBS Act and IPO Volume: Evidence that Disclosure Costs Affect the IPO Decision (with Laura Casares Field and Matt Gustafson). Journal of Financial Economics (2015) 116: 121-143.
Soft-Talk Management Cash Flow Forecasts: Bias, Quality, and Stock Price Effects (with Joanna Wu and Charles Wasley). Contemporary Accounting Research (2013) 30: 607-644.
Additional papers are available at the Social Science Research Network.