Brett Trueman rejoined the UCLA Anderson faculty in 2003 after a 15-year stint at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. He first taught at UCLA Anderson in the accounting area from 1981 to 1988, the last two years of which he served as area chair for accounting.
Prof. Trueman subsequently joined the Haas School, where he was chair of the accounting group for seven years. He also established the Center for Financial Reporting and Management, and was its first faculty director. While at the Haas School he won an award for excellence in teaching in the MBA program.
Prof. Trueman has published widely in accounting and finance. He has served as an associate editor for The Accounting Review, and is currently on the editorial boards of the Journal of Investment Management and Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.
During the last several years, Prof. Trueman has served as an expert witness on issues related to the quality of security analysts’ research reports and the valuation of high-tech companies.
Issues in corporate financial reporting
Aboody, D., R. Lehavy, R., and B. Trueman. (April 2008). "Limited Attention and the Earnings Announcement Returns of Past Stock Market Winners." [ Link ]
Barber, B., R. Lehavy, and B. Trueman, 2007. (December 2007). "Ratings Changes, Ratings Levels, and the Predictive Value of Analysts' Recommendations." [ Link ]Brett Trueman’s Google Scholar Page