The second EASYS meeting will take place on May 9–10, 2016 in Maastricht.
This event is primarily by invitation but interested scholars can contact the organizers. Space permitting, additional participants may register.
The venue is the Gulden Tulip Apple Park Maastricht Hotel.
You can see the program below.
European Accounting Symposium for Young Scholars (EASYS)
Day 1, May 9
13:00 — 13:30 Welcome address / Coffee (JP)
13:30 — 14:15 Mariano Scapin (University of Bristol)
Accounting conservatism and tournament incentives
14:15 — 15:00 Jan Riepe (University of Tübingen)
Public disclosure, depositors, and market discipline: Evidence from Germany
15:00 — 15:30 Coffee
15:30 — 16:15 Sara Bormann (Washington University in St. Louis)
Understanding the cost structure of a firm: Balancing activities and achieving economies of scope
16:15 — 17:00 Christoph Sextroh (Tilburg University)
Why did politicians blame fair value accounting during the financial crisis? The role of conservative ideology and special interests
18:30 Dinner, Restaurant La Bodega
Day 2, May 10
09:00 — 09:30 Coffee
09:30 — 10:15 Anna Alexander (WHU)
Corporate tax reforms and tax-motivated profit shifting: Evidence from the EU
10:15 — 11:00 Jochen Pierk (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
Do foreign tax authorities benefit from the U.S. worldwide tax system?
11:00 — 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 — 12:15 Thomas Bourveau (HKUST Hong Kong)
Proprietary costs and voluntary disclosure: Evidence from tax induced changes in R&D incentives
12:15 — 13:00 Chung-Yu Hung (University of Melbourne)
The information role of proximity for corporate investment
Here you can find the list of participants .