Christopher F. Noe
Senior Lecturer in Accounting, MIT Sloan School of Management
Ph.D., accounting, and M.S., applied economics, Simon Business School, University of Rochester
Summary of Experience
Professor Noe is an expert on financial accounting and corporate finance. His areas of focus include valuation, accounting standards, corporate disclosure practices, earnings manipulation, and financial reporting. He has served as an expert and testified in several matters. Professor Noe’s teaching focuses on business analysis using financial statements, cost accounting-based management practices and strategies, variance analysis, internal metrics for evaluating management, and performance measurement systems. Prior to joining the MIT Sloan faculty, he worked in economic consulting, where his work included valuation of business enterprises, financial securities, and specific assets and liabilities; financial statement analysis; examination of accounting restatements; solvency assessment; and damages estimation. Professor Noe has published articles on topics such as voluntary disclosures and insider transactions, analyst specialization and stock breakups, and discounted cash flow valuation of S corporations.