Recipient of the 2017 Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award
Originally published on American Accounting Association
Lakewood Ranch, FL. June 12, 2017 - The American Accounting Association (AAA) would like to congratulate Panos N. Patatoukas as the recipient of the 2017 Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award for his work entitled, “Customer-Base Concentration: Implications for Firm Performance and Capital Markets.” This AAA award, which is sponsored by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), will be presented in the form of a unique glass art piece and a $2,500 prize at the Tuesday plenary on August 8, 2017 at the AAA Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA.
Panos N. Patatoukas is an Associate Professor with tenure at Berkeley-Haas. Prior to joining Berkeley-Haas, Professor Patatoukas received his PhD, MPhil, and MA from Yale University, his MSc (with highest distinction) from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and his BA in Accounting and Finance (summa cum laude and valedictorian of his class) from Athens University of Economics and Business. His work focuses on interdisciplinary capital markets research and informs questions that bridge the gap between academics and practitioners. Professor Patatoukas has won several prestigious research and teaching awards including the Earl F. Cheit Outstanding Teaching Award (twice, for 2012 and 2015), which is the highest teaching award bestowed upon instructors by Berkeley-Haas MBA students, the Schwabacher Award, which is the highest honor for distinction in research and teaching bestowed upon Berkeley-Haas tenure-track professors, and the Hellman Fellows Award, which is bestowed by the U.C. Berkeley Chancellor for excellence in research. For his record of accomplishments, Professor Patatoukas has been selected as the Top-10 Business School Professors under-40 by Fortune.
The Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award is given annually to that work which has withstood a rigorous process of screening and scrutiny based on certain criteria, such as originality, breadth of potential interest, soundness of methodology, and potential impact on accounting education.
More information about this award is available at the American Accounting Association.