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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. In addition, the division invites distinguished scholars to our annual Burton Conference..
Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held on Fridays at 1:30 p.m., in 140 Uris. In most years, early spring semester seminars are recruiting sessions featuring candidates for faculty positions. In addition, the division invites distinguished scholars to our annual Burton Conference.
The current seminar schedule is listed below. If you have any questions, please e-mail the division's Associate Director.
|Date||Speaker and Title|
|9/30/16||Eugene F. Soltes (Harvard Business School)|
|Xiao-Jun Zhang (Berkeley) "Why do Non-financial Firms Have Negative Net-Financial-Obligation? Implications for Financial Leverage and Expected Stock Returns"|
|Carlos Corona (Carnegie Mellon) "On the Coordination Role of Stress Test Disclosure in Bank Risk" with Lin Nan and Gaoqing Zhang|
|Joanna Wu (U. of Rochester) "Does counter-cyclical provisioning mitigate bank lending contractions? Evidence from supply shocks" with Sudarshan Jayaraman and Bryce Schonberge|
|Zahn Bozanic (Ohio State) "Securities Law Expertise and Corporate Disclosure" with Preeti Choudhary and Kenneth J. Merkley|
9:10 Bjorn Jorgensen (London School of Economics) "What a Difference a Day Makes (In Executive Compensation)" with Steve K. Rock and Ana S. Simpson
|11/18/16||Ilia Dichev (Emory) "Accrual duration"|
|12/2/16||Mirko Heinle (Wharton)|
|4/7/16||Hanna Setterberg (Stockholm School of Economics)|
|4/14/16||Lisa Koonce (U. of Texas at Austin)|
|4/21/16||Pingyang Gao (U. of Chicago)|
|4/28/16||Sarah McVay (U. of Washington)|