Thomas Rauter

Assistant Professor of Accounting

IBM Corporation Faculty Scholar & Asness Junior Faculty Fellow

About Me

I am an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

My research focuses on financial reporting and regulation, with a special interest in topics at the intersection of accounting and economic development in low-income countries.


Procyclicality of U.S. Bank Leverage

(with Christian Laux) [Journal of Accounting Research, 2017, 55(2): 237-273]

The Impact of Open Data on Public Procurement

(with Raphael Duguay and Delphine Samuels) [Accepted for Publication at the Journal of Accounting Research]