Krystyna  Bochkay

Krystyna Bochkay

Assistant Professor, Accounting


Khrystyna Bochkay teaches advanced managerial accounting in the undergraduate program and joined the faculty in 2014 after completing her PhD in accounting at Rutgers University. Bochkay holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Masters of Science in Statistics from I. Franko National University in L’viv, Ukraine.

Bochkay’s research interests include corporate disclosures, capital markets, behavioral finance, forecasting and textual analysis. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the usefulness and predictive ability of textual information in annual corporate reports filed with the SEC. Bochkay is also working on research that explores the information value and disclosure strategies in a large sample of earnings conference calls and other corporate disclosures.

Bochkay often attends and presents her work at leading accounting conferences and workshops in the US and worldwide. Bochkay’s other interests include photography, cooking, yoga and traveling.

Research Interests

Empirical capital markets; mandatory and voluntary disclosures; disclosure strategies; forecasting; and textual analysis

Teaching and Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Accounting, University of Miami Business School, 2014 - Present
  • Course Instructor, Rutgers Business School, 2011 - 2013
  • Guest Lecturer, Rutgers Business School, 2012 - 2013


  • Ph.D., Accounting, Rutgers Business School, 2014
  • M.S., Statistics (with honors), Ivan Franko National University, L’viv, Ukraine, 2009
  • B.S., Mathematics (with honors), Ivan Franko National University, L’viv, Ukraine, 2008
Krystyna  Bochkay


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