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The Accounting Division seminar series consists of weekly presentations by eminent academics, prospective faculty members and the division's own faculty members. Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held on Fridays at 1:30 p.m in 333 Uris. In most years, spring semester seminars are recruiting sessions featuring candidates for faculty positions.
In addition, the division invites distinguished scholars to our annual Burton Workshop.
The current seminar schedule is listed below. If you have any questions, please e-mail the division's Assistant Director.
|Date||Speaker and Title|
Valuation Advocacy Kenton K. Yee (Columbia University)
The Predictive Value of Expenses Excluded from "Pro Forma" Earnings with Jeffrey T. Doyle and Mark T. Soliman, Russel Lundholm (U. of Michigan)
Analyst Forecast Revisions and Market Price Discovery with Cristi A. Gleason (Arizona), Charles Lee (Cornell University)
Accounting for Inflation and Equity Valuation with Jing Liu and Mingshan Zhang, Jack Hughes (UCLA)
International Equity Valuation Using Multiples with Jing Liu (UCLA) and Jacob Thomas, Doron Nissim (Columbia University)
Does the PEG Ratio Rank Stocks According to the Market's Expected Rate of Return on Equity Capital? Peter Easton (Ohio State University)
Earnings? Quality and Smoothing with Nahum Melumad, Michael Kirschenheiter (Columbia University)
Stock Price, Earnings, and Book Value in Managerial Performance Measures with Sunil Dutta (Haas), Stefan Reichelstein (Stanford University)
Accounting Choice, Home Bias and U.S. Investment in Non-U.S. Firms Brian Bushee (Wharton)|
Governance and Intermediation Problems in Capital Markets: Evidence from the Fall of Enron with Krishna Palepu, Paul Healy (Harvard)|
Motives for Early Revenue Recognition: Evidence from SEC Staff Accounting Bulletin (SAB) 101 with Jennifer Altamuro and Anne Beatty, Joe Weber (MIT)|
On the Not-So-Obvious Relation Between Risk and Incentives in Principal-Agent Relations Thomas Hemmer (Chicago)|
|1/31/03||Xiao-Jun Zhang (Berkeley)|
Ro Verrecchia (Wharton) |