John R. Busenbark is an Assistant Professor of Management at the University of Georgia (Terry College of Business). He received a PhD in Strategic Management from Arizona State University (W.P Carey School of Business) and an MBA from Indiana University (Kelley School of Business). John's broad research interests are corporate governance and research methods. More specifically, he has published research in the areas of information economics, behavioral capital markets (internal and external), empirical estimation and model specification, and top management teams. He is particularly interested in how managers craft and release information about controversial activities, such as seasoned equity offerings, acquisitions, and corporate scandals.