Stockholm School of Economics

Henrik Nilsson is the Jan Wallander Professor of Accounting and Financial Management at Stockholm School of Economics. He earned his PhD degree in accounting from the University of Umeå (Sweden). At SSE Henrik teaches financial accounting and financial statement analysis at introductory and advanced levels. Henrik’s current research focuses on behavioral aspects of accounting choice, auditing, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility and insider trading. His publications include articles in Journal of Accounting and Economics, Review of Accounting Studies, Contemporary Accounting Research and Journal of Financial Economics.

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