Review of Accounting Studies, 6, 155, 2001 C 2001 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Manufactured in The Netherlands. The editors of the Review of Accounting Studies mourn the sudden and untimely death of Arijit Mukherji of the University of Minnesota. Ari has been a member of our editorial board since the inception of the journal. In that capacity, he served as reviewer and ad-hoc editor for numerous manuscripts. Ari also contributed to the Review of Accounting Studies as a co-author of several noted articles on decentralized planning mechanisms and corporate disclosure policies. Any colleague who interacted with Arijit at a seminar or conference was bound to be impressed by his intellectual curiosity, his almost encyclopedic knowledge of the literature and his untiring willingness to discuss new research ideas. Ari cared passionately about the progress of accounting research, though when he challenged the research directions taken by others, it was always done in a constructive and conciliatory manner. His presence will be acutely missed at the Review of Accounting Studies and by his many students, colleagues and friends in the profession.
Review of Accounting Studies – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 3, 2004
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