Lloyd Tanlu Assistant Professor of Accounting
Lloyd Tanlu joins the Williams School as an assistant professor of accounting in July 2018. He received his doctorate in accounting from Harvard Business School, an MS in international economics and finance from Brandeis University, and undergraduate degrees in management and psychology at Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines. Before becoming a full-time academic, he was the Assistant Director for Budget and Planning at Brandeis University and a Finance and Accounting Manager at Procter and Gamble Philippines.
Lloyd grew up in Manila, and has moved to Lexington after living in cities located on opposite coasts of the US (Boston and Seattle). He loves trying out new restaurants, and is especially fond of steak.
Lloyd examines various issues in managerial accounting, including budgeting and forecasting, management control systems, incentives, corporate governance, and performance measurement and evaluation. His work has been published in various academic journals including The Accounting Review, the Academy of Management Review, and the Review of Accounting Studies.
Prior to coming to W&L, Lloyd has taught accounting courses (primarily managerial and cost accounting) across the undergraduate, graduate, and executive levels at various universities, including Northeastern, the University of Washington, the University of Michigan, and Harvard University, among others. He has received numerous awards for research, teaching, and service.