Annalisa Barrett

Annalisa Barrett
Phone: (619) 260-4853
Office: Coronado 219

Clinical Professor of Finance

  • MBA, University of Michigan
  • BBA, San Diego State University

Annalisa Barrett is a clinical professor of finance in the University of San Diego School of Business. She teaches courses in finance to undergraduate students, including financial management, financial statement analysis and personal finance. She also co-teaches a course in corporate governance in the MBA program. In addition, Barrett is the faculty advisor to the Finance Club, providing guidance and support to the students majoring in finance and seeking employment in the field after graduation.

Barrett's research interests focus on corporate governance, board practices and compensation; she regularly publishes in practitioner journals. She attends numerous conferences in the governance and compensation industries and has been a presenter and panelist at several conferences over the last decade. Barrett has been quoted in national press as an expert on corporate governance matters and her research has appeared on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. She was named one of the first "Rising Stars of Corporate Governance" by the Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance at the Yale School of Management in 2008.

Areas of Expertise

corporate governance, boards of directors, public company disclosure

Selected Publications

  • Barrett, A. (2015) Women on Corporate Boards: The US Approach.
  • Barrett, A. (2016) Does CEO Succession Planning Disclosure Matter?, Corporate Governance Advisors/ pupblished by Wolters Kluwer, 24(3), pages 20 through 23.
  • Barrett, A. (2005) Director Pay: Current Trends and Practices, WorldatWork Journal.