Professor Bhojraj's research interests are in the areas of corporate governance, behavioral finance, discretionary disclosure of information by firms, and international accounting and valuation. He has taught courses in applied portfolio management, financial analysis and financial accounting. In his role as faculty director of the Parker Center for Investment Research, he is a designated manager of the $12-million Cayuga MBA Fund, a market-neutral equity hedge fund. Professor Bhojraj is an award-winning teacher and has received several teaching awards from the MBA and Executive MBA classes. In addition, he was featured as Cornell's highest rated professor in The Wall Street Journal's 2008 “Special Report” on executive MBA programs. He also received outstanding faculty recognition in the 2003 edition of BusinessWeek's “Guide to The Best Business Schools.” Professor Bhojraj is certified as a chartered accountant and a cost accountant. He worked in India and Indonesia before pursuing his doctorate.