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Research Seminar

(co-hosted by the Collaborative Research Center TRR 266 Accounting for Transparency)

Our Research Seminar in Accounting & Taxation provides a forum for our faculty, PhD students, and invited speakers to present, discuss, and debate current research in a workshop-style format.

Program for the current term

Room SO 318 , on Tuesdays 1.45 ̶ 3.15 pm

 

13 September 2022

Friedman, Henry:„A theoretical framework for ESG reporting to investors”

UCLA Anderson School of Management

4 October 2022

Yost, Benjamin:„Personally tax aggressive executives and corporate misconduct”

Boston College

11 October 2022

Fiechter, Peter:„Does information about firms’ corporate social responsibility (CSR) affect stock market liquidity? Evidence from a CSR information shock”

University of Neuchatel

25 October 2022

Zwick, Eric: „America's Missing Entrepreneurs”

University of the Chicago Booth School of Business

8 November 2022

Lourenco, Sofia: An Analysis of Auditors’ Turnover Intention

Lisbon School of Economics & Management

15 November 2022

Marra, Antonio: „The Unintended Consequences of Accounting-Based Regulation: Real Effects on European Football Players Transfer Market”

Università Bocconi

6 December 2022

Madsen, Paul:Motive Forces: How Accountants’ Distinctive Values Shape the Profession’s Adaptability

University of Florida

 

21 February 2023

Floyd, Eric

University of California, San Diego

28 February 2023

Khan, Urooj

University of Texas at Austin

7 March 2023

Sutherland, Andrew

MIT Sloan School of Management

14 March 2023

De Simone, Lisa

University of Texas at Austin

21 March 2023

Blankespoor, Elisabeth

University of Washington

18 April 2023

Graham, John

Duke University

25 April 2023

Costello, Anna

University of Chicago Booth School of Business

2 May 2023 

Wilde, Jaron

University of Iowa

9 May 2023

Dyreng, Scott

Duke University

23 May 2023

Williams, Christopher

University of Michigan

30 May 2023

Lu, Shirley

Harvard Business School

 

Past Research Seminars