Bradford Cornell is a Caltech Professor of Finance and a Senior Consultant at Charles River Associates, a leading global economics, finance, and management consulting firm.
Prior to joining
the Caltech faculty, Dr. Cornell was the Bank of America Professor of Finance at the
Anderson Graduate School of Management, University of California,
where he taught for 26 years.
In his academic capacity, Professor
Cornell has published approximately 100 peer reviewed articles on a wide
variety of financial topics. He is also
the author of Corporate Valuation: Tools for Effective Appraisal and
Decision Making, published by Business One Irwin, and The Equity Risk
Premium and the Long-Run Future of the Stock Market, published by John
As a consultant, Professor Cornell
is one of most experienced expert witnesses in the field of complex financial
litigation. Beginning with the
bankruptcy of the Washington Public Power Supply System in 1984, he has
provided testimony and expert analysis in many of the largest and most widely
publicized finance related cases in the United States.