2016-17 Workshops

Fall 2016

  • September 30 - Chan Li, University of Pittsburgh
    The Effect of Information Asymmetry on Auditor Choice, Audit Fees, and Going Concern Options
  • October 28 - Mary Brooke Billings, New York University
    Do Managers Respond to Litigation with Science?
  • November 11 - D. Craig Nichols, Syracuse University
    Proprietary Costs and Nonfinancial Disclosures

Spring 2017

  • January 17 - Wei Wang, University of Missouri-Columbia
    The Consequences of Bank Reporting Failure for Liquidity Creation:  Evidence from Accounting Restatements
  • January 24 - Angie Wang, University of Florida
    The Impact of Mandatory Disclosure on Corporate Voluntary Disclosure:  Patent Law Change and R&D Disclosure
  • January 27 - Judith Hermis, University of Colorado at Boulder
    Corporate Political Influence and Contract Risk:  Evidence from Federal Procurement
  • February 1 - Ian Tarrant, Pennsylvania State University
    Anticipated Incentives in CEO Compensation Contracts:  Estimation and Application
  • March 6 - Brandon Szerwo, University of Washington
    Audit Committee Expertise:  An Examination of the Post-SOX Era
  • March 10 - Sugata Roychowdhury, Boston College
    Does Litigation Deter Real Earnings Management? 
  • April 28 - Lei Ling Lisic, George Mason University
    Technological Competition and Redacted Disclosure