The tar­get audi­ence of the EASYS-ONLINE work­shop is fac­ul­ty with the rank of post-doc­tor­al researchers or assis­tant pro­fes­sor (non-tenured). The plan is to con­tin­ue this ini­tia­tive and host­ing a bi-week­ly brown bag on Zoom for juniors as long as there are sup­ply and demand. This is, of course, no replace­ment for the phys­i­cal meet­ing next year. This is meant to be fun and pro­vide authors with con­struc­tive feed­back on projects in ear­ly stages or that was just recent­ly revised (not sub­mit­ted to a jour­nal yet). The work­shop is by invi­ta­tion only. Reg­is­ter here!

Upcom­ing:

Paper 2: The Infor­ma­tion Con­tent of Cor­po­rate Earn­ings: Evi­dence from the Secu­ri­ties Exchange Act of 1934. Oliv­er Binz (INSEAD)

July, 7th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Do Finan­cial Invest­ment Deci­sions Affect Indi­vid­u­als’ Non-Finan­cial Deci­sions? Sarah Kroechert (Lan­cast­er Uni­ver­si­ty Man­age­ment School)

Paper 2: The Infor­ma­tion Con­tent of Cor­po­rate Earn­ings: Evi­dence from the Secu­ri­ties Exchange Act of 1934. Oliv­er Binz (INSEAD)

Paper 1: Does Fair Val­ue Lead to Fire Sales? — Evi­dence from the Vol­ck­er Rule Fer­di­nand Elfers (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

Paper 2: Does Shark Tank enhance Entre­pre­neur­ial Activ­i­ties. Jochen Pierk (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

Paper 1: Does Fair Val­ue Lead to Fire Sales? — Evi­dence from the Vol­ck­er Rule Fer­di­nand Elfers (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

Paper 2: Does Shark Tank enhance Entre­pre­neur­ial Activ­i­ties. Jochen Pierk (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

Paper 1: Does Fair Val­ue Lead to Fire Sales? — Evi­dence from the Vol­ck­er Rule Fer­di­nand Elfers (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

Paper 2: Does Shark Tank enhance Entre­pre­neur­ial Activ­i­ties. Jochen Pierk (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

July, 7th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Do Finan­cial Invest­ment Deci­sions Affect Indi­vid­u­als’ Non-Finan­cial Deci­sions? Sarah Kroechert (Lan­cast­er Uni­ver­si­ty Man­age­ment School)

Paper 2: The Infor­ma­tion Con­tent of Cor­po­rate Earn­ings: Evi­dence from the Secu­ri­ties Exchange Act of 1934. Oliv­er Binz (INSEAD)

 Sep­tem­ber, 8th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: TBA Ben­jamin Oss­wald (Uni­ver­si­ty of Illi­nois)

Paper 2: The effect of CSR dis­clo­sure on firm con­tract­ing: Evi­dence from the expan­sion of CSR rat­ing cov­er­age Nico Lehmann (Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty Berlin)

June, 23th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Does Fair Val­ue Lead to Fire Sales? — Evi­dence from the Vol­ck­er Rule Fer­di­nand Elfers (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

Paper 2: Does Shark Tank enhance Entre­pre­neur­ial Activ­i­ties. Jochen Pierk (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

June, 23th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Does Fair Val­ue Lead to Fire Sales? — Evi­dence from the Vol­ck­er Rule Fer­di­nand Elfers (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

Paper 2: Does Shark Tank enhance Entre­pre­neur­ial Activ­i­ties. Jochen Pierk (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

Octo­ber, 6th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Trade Secret Pro­tec­tion and Firms’ Invest­ment into Inter­nal Infor­ma­tion Sys­tems. Sara Bor­mann (Goethe Uni­ver­si­ty)

Paper 2: Cos­tu­mor Con­cen­tra­tion and the Debt Struc­ture. Rober­to Vin­cen­zi (Boc­coni Uni­ver­si­ty)

 

Past Events:

Sep­tem­ber, 22th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: “Just BEAT It” Do firms reclas­si­fy costs to avoid the base ero­sion and anti-abuse tax (BEAT) of the TCJA? David Samuel (Uni­ver­si­ty of Wis­con­sin-Madi­son)

Paper 2: Cor­po­rate social respon­si­bil­i­ty and stake­hold­er atten­tion. Ann-Kristin Grosskopf (LMU Munich)

Sep­tem­ber, 8th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Tax Risk and Pro­pri­etary Costs. Ben­jamin Oss­wald (Uni­ver­si­ty of Illi­nois)

Paper 2: The effect of CSR dis­clo­sure on firm con­tract­ing: Evi­dence from the expan­sion of CSR rat­ing cov­er­age. Nico Lehmann (Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty Berlin)

July, 21th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Do tax accru­als trig­ger bank depos­i­tors’ reac­tions? — Evi­dence from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Jan Riepe (Tübin­gen Uni­ver­si­ty)

Paper 2: Mar­ket Inat­ten­tion: Bound­ed Ratio­nal­i­ty or Ratio­nal Inat­ten­tion. Elia Fer­ra­cu­ti (Duke Uni­ver­si­ty)

July, 7th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Do Finan­cial Invest­ment Deci­sions Affect Indi­vid­u­als’ Non-Finan­cial Deci­sions? Sarah Kroechert (Lan­cast­er Uni­ver­si­ty Man­age­ment School)

Paper 2: The Infor­ma­tion Con­tent of Cor­po­rate Earn­ings: Evi­dence from the Secu­ri­ties Exchange Act of 1934. Oliv­er Binz (INSEAD)

June, 23th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Does Fair Val­ue Lead to Fire Sales? — Evi­dence from the Vol­ck­er Rule Fer­di­nand Elfers (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

Paper 2: Does Shark Tank enhance Entre­pre­neur­ial Activ­i­ties. Jochen Pierk (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

June, 9th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Board Risk Over­sight and Firms’ Envi­ron­men­tal and Social Engage­ment. Thomas Keusch (INSEAD)

Paper 2: Audi­tors’ Going Con­cern Opin­ions for Banks and Mar­ket Dis­ci­pline. Ulf Mohrmann (Uni­ver­si­taet Kon­stanz)

May, 26th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Aus­ter­i­ty Spillovers through Firms’ Inter­nal Net­works: Evi­dence from Sub­sidiary-Lev­el Data. Anto­nio De Vito (IE Busi­ness School)

Paper 2: The rela­tion between tax rates, tar­iffs, and trans­fer pric­ing com­po­nents. Sask­ia Kohlhase (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam)

May, 5th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: (Non-)Enforcement for Sale? Polit­i­cal Con­nec­tions to State Attor­neys Gen­er­al and Cor­po­rate Mis­con­duct. Aneesh Raghu­nan­dan (Lon­don School of Eco­nom­ics)

Paper 2: Are con­trol rights and cash flow rights dif­fer­ences good for cor­po­rate invest­ments? The case of fam­i­ly firms. Clau­dia Imper­a­tore (Boc­coni Uni­ver­si­ty)