Lakshman Krishna Moorthy
Assistant Teaching Professor
Krishna Moorthy’s research interests are in the areas of fraud in government contracts, securities class action litigation, auditor litigation, penalties imposed on auditors, bankruptcy, executive turnover and executive compensation. He has taught at Michigan State University Rutgers University, Syracuse University, Tulane University and University of Minnesota, where he received his doctorate in Financial Accounting (Carlson School of Business). Krishna Moorthy received the 15th Glen McLaughlin prize for research in accounting ethics bestowed by the John T. Steed School of Accounting at the University of Oklahoma.