Teri Lombardi Yohn is a Visiting Professor of Accounting. She is also a Professor of Accounting and holds the Conrad Prebys Professorship at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. She served on the faculty of Georgetown University and the University of Massachusetts, and as an Academic Fellow at the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Teri’s research focuses on predicting future profitability, valuation, and examining how accounting information affects information asymmetry in the stock market. She also investigates the benefits of IFRS adoption and the financial reporting practices of private companies. She has published her work in journals such as Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, and Review of Accounting Studies. She served as the Senior Editor of Accounting Horizons from 2015-2018, is serving as an Associate Editor for Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, is on the editorial boards of The Accounting Review and Review of Accounting Studies, and routinely referees for the leading accounting journals.
Teri teaches in the areas of financial accounting and financial statement analysis. She was awarded the Kelley School of Business Trustee Teaching Award in 2018 and 2009, and the Joseph LeMoine Award for Teaching Excellence at Georgetown University in 1997.
Teri currently serves on the Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Committee. She has testified before the Senate on IFRS issues and served as a member of the Blue Ribbon Panel for Private Company Financial Reporting. Teri received her PhD in Accounting from Indiana University.