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Seminar Series

2013-2014 Schedule

 

DATE
SPEAKER SESSION DETAILS
Wed
9/4

Jere Francis, University of Missouri

Auditing and City-Level Human Capital

Stokes N203
1:15 - 2:45

 

Friday
9/20


BOSTON ACCOUNTING RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM

Jaime Schmidt, University of Texas
Does auditor explanatory language in unqualified audit reports reflect financial misstatement risk

 

McGuinn 521
9:30-Coffee
10:00-Presentation
11:30-Lunch

Wed
9/25

Mark DeFond, University of Southern California

A Review of Archival Auditing Research

Stokes N203
1:05-2:35
Wed
10/2

Ed Owens, University of Rochester

Do Information Releases Increase or Decrease Information Asymmetry? New Evidence from Analyst Forecast Announcements

Stokes N203
1:15-2:45

Wed
10/16

Dan Amiram, Columbia University

Corporate Tax Avoidance and Managerial Incentives Generated by Shareholder Dividend Tax Policy

Stokes N203
1:15-2:45
Wed
10/23
Gauri Bhat, Washington University - St. Louis
Utilizing Loan Loss Indicators by Loan Type to Sharpen the Evaluation of the Information Content and Economic Consequences of Banks' Loan Loss Reserving
Stokes N203
10:30 - 12:00
Wed
11/20

Bill Mayew, Duke University

MD&A Disclosures and the Firm's Ability to Continue as a Going Concern

Lynch Center
1:00 - 2:30
Wed
12/4

Yonca Ertimur, University of Colorado

Effects of Customer Satisfaction on Earnings Persistence and Earnings Shocks

Lynch Center
1:00 - 2:30
Wed
4/2
Anne Beatty, Ohio State University
Stokes N203
10:30-12:00
Wed
5/7
Richard Sloan, University of California-Berkeley


     

Last Updated 3/2014

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Hardcopies will be available before each seminar in the Accounting Department, Fulton Hall 520, or email Maureen Chancey.