Accounting Department Presentations

Throughout the year, the Accounting Department welcomes scholars from around the country to present relevant accounting research and topics to our faculty and students. 

10.5.12
Joseph Carcello, The University of Tennessee  
Costs and Benefits of Requiring an Engagement Partner Signature: Recent Experience in the United Kingdom

10.12.12
Elizabeth Gordon, Temple University
Mandatory Disclosure Reform and Executive Compensation: Is CFO Pay Higher After the Mandatory Adoption of IFRS?

11.9.12 
Irene Kim, George Washington University           
Measuring Securities Litigation Risk

11.30.12              
Darren Roulstone, Ohio State University
Management Earnings Forecasts and Forward-Looking Statements

12.7.12 
Ranjani Krishnan, Michigan State University
Social Motives for Revenue Management – An Empirical Study

2.5.13   
Ning Zhang, Duke University      
The Effects of Anticipated Future Investments on Firm Value: Evidence from Mergers and Acquisitions

2.8.13   
Kara Wells, University of Southern California      
Who Manages the Firm Matters: The Incremental Effect of Individual Managers on Accounting Quality

2.12.13 
Gabby Wang, Indiana University              
Managerial Ability and Informed Insider Trading

2.19.13 
Curtis Hall, University of Arizona              
Does Ownership Structure Affect Labor Decisions?

2.26.13 
Duri Park, The Ohio State University       
Accounting and Fundamental Comparability: Evidence from Stock Analysts and Credit Rating Agencies

2.28.13            
Francisco Asís Martínez-Jerez, Harvard University          
The Impact of Forward-Looking Metrics on Employee Decision Making: The Case of Customer Lifetime Value

 4.19.13           
Ramachandran Natarajan , University of Texas, Dallas          
Clawback Provision of SOX, Financial Misstatements, and CEO Compensation Structure