2021 work­shops (online)

 May, 25th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Uni­ver­si­ty Spend­ing Effi­cien­cy and Diver­si­ty Out­comes. Sarah Kroechert (Lan­cast­er Uni­ver­si­ty Man­age­ment School)

Paper 2: Report­ing Con­ser­vatism, Risk Aver­sion and Cor­po­rate Acqui­si­tions. Pouyan Ghaz­izadeh (Uni­ver­siteit van Ams­ter­dam)

May, 11th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Mul­ti-Rater Per­for­mance Eval­u­a­tion and Cal­i­bra­tion: Man­ag­ing Mul­ti­ple Assess­ments. Max Mar­golin (Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rotterdam)

Paper 2: Behav­ioral Con­se­quences of Man­age­r­i­al Pun­ish­ments: The Effect of Ter­mi­na­tion Notices on Employ­ee Absen­teeism. Timo Vogel­sang (Frank­furt School of Finance and Management)

March, 16th: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Coun­ter­poised Dis­clo­sure: Evi­dence from the Biotech­nol­o­gy Indus­try. Lumini­ta Enache (Uni­ver­si­ty of Calgary)

Paper 2: How Does Pri­vate Firm Dis­clo­sure Affect Demand for Pub­lic Firm Equi­ty? Mar­cel Olbert (Lon­don Busi­ness School)

March, 2nd: 16:00 — 17:30

Paper 1: Do com­pa­nies man­age earn­ings less after a crit­i­cal audit mat­ter dis­clo­sure? Nathan Gold­man (North Car­oli­na State University)

Paper 2: Cap­i­tal Mar­ket Feed­back and Cor­po­rate Inno­va­tion. Tim Martens (City Uni­ver­si­ty of London)