Accounting Faculty Seminars and Workshops
The accounting and business law area regularly hosts seminars and workshops for fellow faculty members.
Spring 2017 Schedule
London School of Economics
Market-wide Effects of Off-Balance Sheet Disclosures: Evidence from the Oil and Gas Industry
Who Invests in Corporate Tax Avoiders?
February 10, 11:15am
When is goodwill an asset? An examination into the origin of goodwill
February 24, 2:45p.m.
Southern Methodist University
The Incentive Effect of Relative Performance Evaluation on Early Option Exercise Behavior
March 2 (Thursday), 11:15a.m., Room 570
University of Miami
Stockholders' Reference-Dependent Preferences and the Market Reaction to Financial Disclosures
March 10, 2:00p.m.
Columbia Business School
Co-Migration and the Benefits of Relationships in Bank Lending
March 17, 11:15a.m.
Ohio State University
Is the Market Grossed Out by Gross-ups? An Investigation of Firms that Pay Their CEOs' Taxes
April 28, 9:30 a.m., Room 155
University of Rochester
Economic Determinants of the Decision to Voluntarily Adopt Mark-to-Market Accounting for Pension Actuarial Gains and Losses
Workshops are at 11:00 a.m., in Room 160, Rafik B. Hariri Building, unless otherwise indicated.
Please contact Portia Richmond at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
Previous workshops: Fall 2016 Schedule
University of North Carolina
Updating Accounting Systems: Long-Run Evidence from the Health Care Sector
University of Rochester
Does counter-cyclical provisioning mitigate bank lending contractions? Evidence from supply shocks
Jenny Zha Giedt
The George Washington University
Economic Consequences of Announcing Strategic Alternatives
October 24, 10:30 a.m.
Singapore Management University
CEO contractual protection and debt contracting
November 4, 1:50 p.m.
University of Maryland
Can Managers be Wrong and Still be Right? An Examination of the Predictive Information in Management Forecast Errors
PCAOB Guidance and Audits of Fair Values for Level 2 Investments
Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Michigan
Is Secured Lending Secure? Evidence from Small Businesses
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Agency Conflicts and Accounting Conservatism: Evidence from Exogenous Shocks to Analyst Coverage
December 2, new time: 2:00 p.m.
University of Iowa
Workshops are at 11:00 a.m., unless otherwise indicated.
For room locations, contact Portia Richmond email@example.com.
Previous workshops: Spring 2016 Schedule
Harvard Business School
Visiting Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
Wharton Business School
University of Washington
The Changing Implications of Research and Development Expenditures for Future Profitability