Greg Burke

Visiting Assistant Professor

Indiana University


I am currently visiting the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University as an assistant professor in advance of the academic rookie market (2024-2025). I completed my Ph.D. in accounting at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and I maintain an active CPA license in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

My research focuses on the capital market consequences of securities regulation, financial reporting and disclosures, and corporate governance. My dissertation considers the role of information intermediation in the U.S. equity crowdfunding market.

I have taught undergraduate and graduate courses in financial accounting, managerial accounting, and basic mathematics. 

Prior to graduate studies, I was a full-time member of Fairfield University's accounting faculty, where I taught financial and managerial accounting. Before teaching, I was an auditor for PwC in Boston, where I worked on asset management and employee benefit plan engagements. In between Fairfield and PwC, I was a year-long volunteer in Ecuador.

Outside of academia, I enjoy getting outside, doing a good DIY household project, and finding an unbeatable sale.