Tim Baldenius re-joined Columbia Business School's faculty in 2017. He teaches an elective course on performance measurement as well as Ph.D. seminars on managerial accounting and applied contract theory.
His primary research interests include managerial accounting, performance measurement, and corporate governance. His work has been published in leading accounting, economics, and finance journals.
Prior to joining Columbia, Tim was on the faculty of the NYU Stern School of Business from 2011-2017, where he taught courses on Financial Planning and Analysis in the MBA and MS program, PhD courses, and Executive Education courses. He served as chair of NYU Stern’s Accounting Department from 2011-2016. Prior to that, he was on the faculty of Columbia Business School from 1998-2011, where he served as chair of the Accounting Division from 2009-2011.
Tim is an Associate Editor of Management Science and serves on the editorial boards of The Accounting Review, Review of Accounting Studies, and Review of Managerial Sciences.
He received his Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Hamburg and his PhD in Accounting from the University of Vienna.