Lloyd John D. Tanlu
Assistant Professor of Accounting
DBA, Harvard University, 2009
MS, Brandeis University, 1999
BS, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines (magna cum laude), 1994Specialties
Budgeting, performance measurement, incentives, management accounting, conflicts of interestPositions Held
At the University of Washington since 2008
Faculty, Hult International Business School, Cambridge, MA (2007)
Adjunct Lecturer, School of Management , Boston University (2004-2005)
Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
Adjunct Professor, International Business School (2000-2007)
Assistant Director, Budget and Planning (1999-2002)
Finance and Accounting Manager, Procter and Gamble, Makati City, Philippines (1995-1996)
Faculty, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City, Philippines (1994-1995)Current Research
The effect of budgeting and forecasting systems on forecast quality and performance; the consequences of (de-)linking performance measurement from forecasting.Honors and Awards
AAA Management Accounting Section Runner-up for Outstanding Dissertation (2010)
AAA Management Accounting Section Best Paper (2008)
Professor of the Year, Hult International Business School (2007)
Runner up for AMR Best Paper (2007)
Best Paper in Corporate Finance (2004)Selected Publications
“Conflict of Interest and the Intrusion of Bias,” with D. Moore and M. Bazerman, Judgment and Decision Making, Vol. 5, 2010, pp. 37-53.
“Finances and College Athletics,” with F. Hodge, New Directions in Institutional Research: Data Driven Decision-Making in College Athletics, Vol. 144, 2010, pp. 7-18. Working Papers
"On the Timing of Dividend Initiations," with L. Bulan and N. Subramanian, Financial Management, Vol. 36, 2007, pp. 31-65.
"Conflicts of Interest and the Case of Auditor Independence: Moral Seduction and Strategic Issue Cycling," with D. Moore, P. Tetlock, and M. Bazerman, Academy of Management Review, Vol. 31, 2006, pp. 10-29. (Runner-up for 2007 Academy of Management Review Best Paper Award).
"Reports of Solving the Conflicts of Interest in Auditing Are Highly Exaggerated," with M. Bazerman, D. Moore, and P. Tetlock, Academy of Management Review, Vol. 31, 2006, pp. 43-49.
“The Effect of Organizational Complexity of Earnings Forecasting Behavior” with J. Jennings and R. Stoumbos.
“Evaluating Proposed Remedies for Credit Rating Agency Failures: Improving Independence and Justifying Departures from Quantitative Credit Rating Models” with S. J. Kennedy and A. Winn.
“Do Rolling Forecasts Improve Forecast Accuracy?”
“A Closer Look into Staggered Boards,” with W. Ge and J. Zhang.
“Subjective Rewards in Periods of Exogenous Shocks,” with K. Demek and S. J. Kennedy.