Past Accounting Seminars
16 May 2017: Peter Easton (University of Notre Dame)
7 March: Juan Manuel Garcia Lara (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
9 March: Mary Barth (Stanford University)
14 March: Partha Mohanram (University of Toronto)
21 March: Xi Li (London School of Economics)
28 March: Encarna Guillamon-Saorin (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
4 October: Mark Clatworthy (University of Bristol)
1 November: Gilad Livne (University of Exeter)
8 November: Lakshmanan Shivakumar (London Business School)
29 November: Karthik Balakrishnan (London Business School)
6 December: SP Kothari (MIT Sloan School of Management)
17 May: Emmanuel DeGeorge (London Business School)
7 June: Ane Tamayo (London School of Economics and Political Science)
14 June: Panos Patatoukas (Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley)
19 January: Claudia Imperatore (IE Business School, IE University)
Title: Financial Reporting Quality and Corporate Financing: Evidence from The Financial Crisis
26 February: Saipriya Kamath (Indian School of Business)
Title: Once Bitten Once Shy: Learning or Risk-Aversion after Large Audit Failures
02 February: Lufei Ruan (Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University)
Title: Effect of Accounting for Fixed Assets on Investment Efficiency in the Real Options Framework
09 February: Elvira Scarlat (Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain)
Title: CEO and CFO Gender, Corporate Culture and Insider Trading
23 February: Ahmed Abdalla (King's College London)
Title: On Negative Core Earnings Misclassification
01 March: Jay Heon Jung (KAIST College of Business, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Title: Firm Trustworthiness and Investor Underreaction to Earnings News
02 March: Dimos Andronoudis (University of Exeter)
Title: Are R&D Intensive Firms Mispriced? Evidence from an Intertemporal Asset Capital Model
08 March: Oveis Madadian (University of Antwerp)
Title: Social comparison of cost behavior and financial analysts
09 March: Beatriz Mariano (London School of Economics and Political Science)
Title: Creditor Control Rights and Board Independence
15 March: Shan Wu (University of Exeter)
Title: Career Concerns of Banking Analysts
29 September: Joseph Gerakos (The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business)
"Accrual reversals and cash conversion"
15 December: George Serafeim (Harvard Business School)
"Market Reaction to Mandatory Nonfinancial Disclosure"
17 June: Maria Ogneva (USC Marshall School of Business)
"Predicting Restatements in Macroeconomic Indicators using Accounting Information"
28 January: Maria Correia (London Business School)
"Bankruptcy in Groups"
11 February: Irem Tuna (London Business School)
"Audit Partner Performance: A Network Perspective"
18 February: Zhongwei Huang (ESSEC Business School)
"The Informativeness and Monitoring Effect of Analysts' Comments on Earnings Quality"
In Room LG002
25 February: Yesh Nama (Kings College London)
"Opening the blackbox of [e]valuation in Private equity: How investment potential is constructed by fund of funds"
11 March: Richard Taffler (Warwick Business School)
"Why the going-concern anomaly: gambling in the market?"
08 April: Christophe Van Linden (University of Florida, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
15 April: Dan Bens (INSEAD)
"Financial Market Developments and Management Compensation"
15 October: Fani Kalogirou (University of Exeter)
"Corporate transparency and debt market access: Evidence from defined benefit pensions in France"
29 October: Tiago Pinheiro (University of Surrey)
"The effect of incentive-pay and accounting discretion in a dynamic model of earnings management"
12 November: Francesca Franco (London Business School)
"Executive gender pay gaps: the roles of board diversity and female risk aversion"
10 December: Tjomme Rusticus (London Business School)
"Market inefficiency and implied cost of capital models"