Enrique A. Gomez
J.M. Tull School of Accounting

Doctoral Student

Office
B317 Amos Hall
620 S. Lumpkin St.
Athens, GA, 30602
Phone Numbers
Work706-542-3526
Email Address

Biography

Enrique is a fifth year doctoral student in the J.M. Tull School of Accounting where he focuses on financial archival research. His primary area of interest is information asymmetry and voluntary disclosures.

Education

 BS, Accounting, Brigham Young University, 2015

Masters, Accounting, Brigham Young University, 2015

Minor, Economics, Brigham Young University, 2015

Awards

Deloitte Foundation
     - Deloitte Doctoral Fellowship Recipient, 2019

University of Georgia
     - Ricky Rice PhD Fellowship, 2018
     - Linda Bamber Doctoral Student Research Award, 2017

Brigham Young University
     - Brigham Young Scholar: Tuition Scholarship for exemplary academic performance, 2011-2015

University of New Orleans
     - Chancellor's Scholarship, 2007


Research Interests

Information asymmetry, voluntary disclosures, regulation.

Selected Publications

Journal Articles

"Analysts' Role in Shaping non-GAAP Reporting: Evidence from a Natural Experiment" with Ted Christensen (University of Georgia), Matthew Ma (Southern Methodist University), and Jing Pan (Southern Methodist University) 
• Forthcoming at Review of Accounting Studies

Working Papers

"The Effect of Mandatory Disclosure Dissemination on Information Asymmetry: Evidence from the Implementation of the EDGAR System" Based on dissertation (Committee: Frank L. Heflin, chair; Steve Baginski; Ted E. Christensen) 
• Presented at 2019 AAA Annual Meeting, 2019 BYU Accounting Research Symposium, and University of Georgia

"Crowdsourced Stock Analysis and Information Asymmetry at Earnings Announcements" (Based on second year summer paper) with Frank Heflin (University of Georgia), Robbie Moon (Georgia Institute of Technology), and James Warren (University of Georgia)
• Preparing to resubmit (2nd round) at The Accounting Review

"Information Environment Consequences of SEC non-GAAP Comment Letters" with Frank Heflin (University of Georgia) and Jasmine Wang (University of Georgia)
• Preparing to resubmit (2nd round) at The Accounting Review

"An Empirical Investigation of Non-GAAP Exclusion Quality Indicators" with Owen Davidson (University of Georgia), Frank Heflin (University of Georgia), and Dana Wallace (University of Central Florida)
• Presented at BYU Accounting Research Symposium 2019