Seminars & Events

Seminars & Events

Date Speaker Time/Location Title/Paper
March 2, 2018 Peter Demerjian (U. Washington) 1pm/Anderson D313 Inside Debt and Agency Conflicts: Evidence from the Financial Crisis
March 9, 2018 Andrew Bird (Carnegie Mellon) 1pm/Anderson D313 Do Lenders Have Favorite Auditors?
March 16, 2018 Anya Kleymenova 1:45pm/Anderson D313  The Real Effects of Financial Disintermediation: Evidence from the ECB Corporate Sector Purchase Program
April 20-21, 2018 UCLA Accounting Conference Held at Anderson by Invitation Only
Sam Bonsall (Pennsylvania State)  
Patricia DeChow (USC)  
Ed deHaan (University of Washington)  
Pete Lisowsky (University of Illinois)  
Beatrice Michaeli (UCLA)  
Stefan Reichelstein (Stanford)  
April 27, 2018 Sharon Katz (Columbia) 1pm/Anderson D313  
Date Speaker University Title/Paper
April 15, 2016 Tim Baldenius
Gavin Cassar
Jennifer Blouin
Daniel Saavedra
New York University
University of Pennsylvania
Career Concerns for NCAA Coaches 
Understanding the Informativeness of Book Tax Differences 
Why Don't Firms Claim Their Tax Returns
April 16, 2016 Jonathan Glover
Panos Patatoukas

Columbia University
UC Berkeley

Team Incentives With Non-verifiable Performance Measures  
Identifying Conditional Conservatism in Accounting Data 
March 3, 2016 Ronald Dye Northwestern University Hedging Executive Compensation Risk Through Investment Banks
February 3, 2016 Pietro Bonetti University of Padova Renegotiation and the Contractibility of Accounting Information: Evidence from a Bankruptcy Reform
February 1, 2016 Rimmy Tomy Stanford University Competition and the Use of Discretion in Financial Reporting: Evidence from Community Banks
January 28, 2016 Anywhere Sikochi Pennsylvania State University Corporate Families and Agency Costs of Debts
January 25, 2016 Youfei Xiao Stanford University Uncertainty, Disagreement and Forecast Dispersion: Empirical Estimates from a Model of Analysts’ Strategic Conduct
January 21, 2016 Allison Nicoletti Ohio State University The Effects of Auditors and Regulators on Bank Financial Reporting: Evidence from Loan Loss Provisions
January 18, 2016 James Ryans UC Berkeley Textual Classification of SEC Comment Letters
January 15, 2016 John Donovan Washington University in St. Louis The Role of Accounting Information in Equity Crowdfunding
December 11, 2015 Ilan Gutman New York University Strategic Timing of IPO - A Dynamic Model of Multiple Firms*
November 20, 2015 Daniel Aobdia Kellogg
November 13, 2015 Sunil Dutta UC Berkeley Information Disclosure, Growth, and the Cost of Capital
November 6, 2015 Patricia Naranjo Rice University The Causal Effects of Short-Selling Bans: Evidence from Eligibility Thresholds
November 2, 2015 Lisa DeSimone Stanford University Examining IRS Audit Outcomes of Income Mobile Firms
October 9, 2015 Anastasia Zakolukina University of Chicago  
September 4, 2015 Ron Shalev New York University Fair Value Accounting and Firm Indebtedness – Evidence from Business Combinations under Common Control
September 9, 2016 Leslie Robinson Dartmouth University The Impact of Public Tax-Return Disclosure
September 30, 2016 Rachel Hayes University of Utah Private Information and the Granting of Stock Options
October 21, 2016 Chandra Kanodia University of Minnesota Mark-to-Market: Real Effects and Social Welfare
October 28, 2016 Brian Mittendorf The Ohio State University Public Disclosures in the Presence of Suppliers and Competitors
November 18, 2016 Valeri Nikolev University of Chicago Identifying Accounting Quality
December 9, 2016 Hans Chrstensen University of Chicago

Proactive Financial Reporting Enforcement and Firm Value

March 11, 2017

UCLA/USC/UCI Joint Conference

April 21-22, 2017 UCLA Accounting Conference Held at Anderson by Invitation Only
Paul Fischer (Wharton) Accounting Tinder:Acquisition of Information with Uncertain Precision
Lillian Mills (UT, Austin) Analyst Inattention, Transitory Tax Items, and Non-GAAP Earnings
Phillip Stocken (Dartmouth) Persuasion under Second-Order Uncertainty∗
Sugata Roychowdhury (Boston College) Does Litigation Encourage or Deter Real Earnings Management?*
Rodrigo Verdi (MIT) Financial Reporting Regulation and Financing Decisions
Henry Friedman (UCLA) Infuence activities, coalitions, and uniform policies