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Past Brown Bag Seminars

2020

12 February

Jan Riepe (University of Tübingen): „Does Greater Transparency Discipline the Loan Loss Provisioning of Privately Held Banks“

29 April

Amaraa Daniel Zogbayar (with Amadeus Bach): „The Economics and Origins of Rumors: Evidence from Disclosure and Insider Trading Regulation“

6 May

Chris Karlsson: „A survey based approach to identify Earnings Management”

20 May

Jan Kock: „Taxation and Legal Form Choice – Evidence from the German Business Tax“

30 September

Luisa Unda: „Does better governance improve the quality of non-GAAP earnings disclosures?“

Xiaochi Ge (Cass Business School, University of London): „Does more competition improve the incumbent’s audit quality: evidence from the emergence of second-tier audit firms in China“

7 October

Hala Jada: „Determinants of KAMs disclosures“

Theresa Bührle: „Do tax loss restrictions distort venture capital funding of start-ups?“

14 October

Daniel Klein/Christopher Ludwig/Katharina Nicolay: „Internal Digitalization and Tax-efficient Decision Making“

Philipp Mütsch: „The Impact of Online School Ratings on Student Performance and Selection“

21 October

Felix Vetter: „Employer Responses to Pay History Inquiry Bans“

4 November

Thomas Simon: „Cost Rigidity and Firms’ Reactions to a Crisis“

11 November

Daniel Zogbayar: „The Effect of Insider Trading Restrictions on Firms' Compliance with Mandatory Disclosure Requirements“

18 November

Reeyarn Li: „Tax language and IRS Attention”

Benjamin Tödtmann: „When do Strategic Benefits Outweigh Proprietary Costs of Voluntary Disclosure? The Case of U.S. Tariff Rate Increases.“

2 December

Gunther Glenk: „Cost Competitiveness of Alternative Power Generation Technologies“

Sebastian Schwenen: „The Impact of Carbon Disclosure Mandates on Emissions and Financial Operating Performance*”

9 December

Sebastian Kronenberger: „Audit Committee Independence and Auditor-Manager Disputes”

16 December

Nicolas M. Wölfing: „The impact of forward contracts on collusion in supply functions”

 

2019

4 December

Patricia Breuer: „Uneven Regulation and Vertical Reallocation: Evidence from Transparency Regulation“

Leonie Fischer: „Breaking Borders? The European Court of Justice and Internal Market”

Jan Kock und Raphael Müller: „Does mandatory private disclosure change voluntary public disclosure? Evidence from Country-by-Country Reporting”

18 November

Philipp Mütsch: „The Effect of Mandating Gender-Related Disclosures on Gender Equality in Organizations”

6 November

Marcel Olbert: „Loss or Lost? Economic Consequences of Internal Capital Markets in Business Groups?”

Nicolas Rudolf: „Supervisory Reporting Preferences, Enforcement, and Bank Transparency: Evidence from the European Single Supervisory Mechanism”

30 October

Theresa Bührle: „Do tax loss provisions distort venture capital funding of start-ups?”

25 September

Benjamin Tödtmann: „Strategic Benefits and Proprietary Costs of Voluntary Disclosure in a Competitive Environment” (Research proposal)

Christopher Ludwig/Daniel Klein: „Ring-fencing Digital Corporations: Investor Reactions to the European Commission’s Digital Tax Proposals”(Early results)

18 September

Professor Stephen A. Zeff, Keith Anderson Professor of Accounting at Rice University: „The Benefit of Interviewing in Accounting Research” (Guest lecture)

Lecture slides can be found here.

3 April

Daniel Aveeda: „How Do Debt Contracts Allocate Control Over Future Investments?” – UCLA Anderson School of Management

10 April

Florian Buhlmann: „Corporate investment and the use of tax information”

Qi Gao:„Blockchain in Accounting – Establishing a Trustworthy Accounting Regime?“

8 May

Verena Dutt/Heiko Vay:„Can European Banks’ Country-by-Country Reports Reveal Profit Shifting? An Analysis of the Information Content of EU Banks’ Disclosures”

Reeyarn Li/Benedikt Franke: „Setting Judicial Precedents – The Impact of Case Law on Financial Misreporting”

22 May

Amadeus Bach: „Real Effects of Internal Information Allocation”

Nicolas Boob (mit Jannis Bischof und Ferdinand Elfers): “Supervisory Reporting Preferences and Bank Transparency: Evidence from the European Single Supervisory Mechanism”

Ann-Catherin Werner/Marcel Olbert: „Tax Competition and Employment”

Marcel Olbert: „Real Effects of Private Country-by-Country Disclosure”            

         

2018

14 March

Florian Zawodsky: „The sharing economies' consequences on VAT revenues“

Elisa Casi, Barbara Stage: „The world after the introduction of the Common Reporting Standard: who wins? Who loses?“

11 April

Tim Martens: „The bright side of analyst coverage: the case of knowledge flows“

2 May

Christopher Ludwig, Verena Dutt, Heiko Vay: „Increasing tax transparency: Investor reactions to the country-by-country reporting requirement for EU financial institutions?“

9 May

Maximilian Todtenhaupt: „Capital Income Taxation and International Portfolio Investments“ (Project with Harry Huizinga, Johannes Voget and Wolf Wagner) 

Thomas Schwab: „Analysis of US Corporate Tax Reform Proposals and their Effect for Europe and Germany“

16 May (starts at 1:30 pm to 2:15 pm)

Marcel Olbert: „Corporate Defaults and Taxation“

17 October (Notice room changes)

Dr. Stephen Campbell: „Taxes and Cash Flow Volatility“ (1:45 pm – 3:15 pm in Room O 048)

Tim Martens: “The Disclosure Function of the U.S. Patent System: Evidence from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Depository Library Program” (3:30 pm – 4:15 pm in Room SO 133)

24 October (Room O 048)

Amadeus Bach: „Who spreads rumors“

Patricia Breuer: “Accounting Standards and Innovation: Evidence from the German Accounting Law Modernization Act”

Hala Jada: “The Effect of Critical Audit Matters on Auditors and Investors”

7 November (Room O 048)

Florian Buhlmann:  “Intertemporal tax discontinuities and trading behavior: Bunching at the cusp”

Theresa Bührle: “The effect of fiscal R&D incentives on inventor mobility“

Christopher Ludwig: “Third-party reporting as a co­untermeasure to tax evasion in the sharing economy”

21 November (2:45 pm – 3:15 pm in Room O48/50)

Marcel Olbert: „Loss or Lost? The Functioning of Business Groups under Financial Distress“

5 December (1:45 to 4:00 pm Lecture Hall SO 418)

Marcel Olbert is presenting his project “Private Equity and Taxes” (with Peter Severin).

Jannis Bischof is presenting his project “Accounting for Financial Stability: Lessons from the Financial Crisis and Future Challenges” (with C. Laux und C. Leuz)

2017

21 February

Juliane Lotz: „The SEC and its Revolving Door“

28 February

Carol Seregni: „IFRS: A Global Financial Reporting Language?“

28 March

Reeyarn Li: „Bond Disclosure Opacity and Pricing Implications“

25 April

Tim Martens: „The Disclosure Function of the U.S. Patent System“

Kirstin Becker, Philipp Mütsch: „Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting and Political Costs“

16 May

Verena Dutt, Elisa Casi, Heiko Vay: „Impact of CbCR on banks’ profit shifting behavior and firm value / Analysis of banks’ CbCR data Does it pay to be transparent? / On the dynamics of voluntary tax disclosure“

23 May

Amaraa-Daniel Zogbayar, Henrik Moser

Kirstin Becker: „Frame Contests on Accounting Rules: Evidence from the Public Media Debate on Fair Value Accounting“

14 June

Sara Al Sarghali

4 October

Amadeus Bach: „Who spreads rumors?“

Qi Gao: „The impact of social ties between auditor and audit committee“

Philipp Mütsch: „The Effect of Mandating Gender-Related Disclosures in Corporate Reports on Gender Equality in Organizations“

18 October

Ann-Catherin Werner & Marcel Olbert: „Consumption and Profit Tax Planning in the Digital Age – Evidence from Service Firms in Europe“

25 October

Maximilian Todtenhaupt: „Capital Gains Taxation and Funding for Start-ups“

Benedikt Franke, Reeyarn Li

15 November

Marcel Olbert, Valentin Quinkler: „Digital Technology Adaption in Transfer Pricing Systems – Drivers and Consequences for Tax and Performance Management“

29 November

Amaraa-Daniel Zogbayar: „Enforcement, Sanctions, and Non-Periodic Disclosure: Early Evidence from the New EU Market Abuse Regime“

6 December

Amadeus Bach: „Who spreads rumors?“

Qi Gao: „The impact of social ties between auditor and audit committee“

Philipp Mütsch: „The Effect of Mandating Gender-Related Disclosures in Corporate Reports on Gender Equality in Organizations“

13 December

Elisa Casi, Sara Nenadic, Mark Orlic, Christoph Spengel: „AEOI: Is it really the end of tax evasion based on residence?”

 

2016

11 October

Michael Westerburg: „An Empirical Analysis of Operations Risk Disclosure in Annual Reports and Related Mitigation Strategies“

25 October

Juliane Lotz: „Biased Communication? Manager-specific Incentives and Managerial Communication Style of Earnings News“

8 November

Marcel Olbert: „Transfer Pricing Conflicts and the Tax Function in Multinational Companies: Evidence from the Field“

6 December

Thomas Schwab: „Spillover from the Haven: Cross-border Externalities of Patent Box Regimes within Multinational Firms“

13 December

Amaraa-Daniel Zogbayar, Tim Martens: „Accounting, Information Flow, and Analyst Behavior“