2013-2014 Schedule

2013-2014 University of Notre Dame Accountancy Research Workshop Series

Jeff Burks, Committee Chair

Committee: Jeremy Griffin, F. Asís Martínez-Jerez, Stephannie Larocque, Jennifer Sustersic

Date Name / Institution Itinerary Time & Location Paper for Download
August 22 Stephannie Larocque   11:30 am-1:00 pm
Room 339
Lunch provided
Implied Cost of Equity Estimates as Predictors of Accounting Returns
August 30 Open      
September 6 2013 Notre Dame Accounting Research Conference
Anne Beatty, The Ohio State University
Ted Christensen, Brigham Young University
Christian Leuz, Chicago Booth School of Business
Ken Trotman, University of New South Wales


 

7:45 am - 5 pm
Room 158

 

Beatty Paper: Financial Accounting in the Banking Industry: A review of the empirical literature

Christensen Paper: Correcting Measurement Error in Calculating Forecast Errors: Implications for Non-GAAP Earnings Research

Leuz Paper: The Twilight Zone: OTC Regulatory Regimes and Market Quality

Trotman Paper: Electronic Fraud Brainstorming in Hierarchical Audit Teams: Does Interaction Help or Hurt?
September 13 Jasmijn Bol, Tulane University
Host: Asis Martinez-Jerez
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
Managers' Incentives in the Performance Evaluation Process: The Role of Information Accuracy and Bonus Transparency
September 20 Open   1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
 
September 27 Reuven Lehavy, University of Michigan
Hosts: Brad Badertscher and Stephannie Larocque
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
Firm-Specific Investor Sentiment
October 4 Greg Martin, IUPUI
Host: Tom Stober
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
S&P 500 Membership and Managers' Supply of Conservative Financial Reports
October 11 Suraj Srinivasan, Harvard Business School
Host: Asis Martinez-Jerez
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
Consequences to Directors of Shareholder Activism
October 18 Open   1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
 
October 25 Fall Break   No Workshop  
November 1 Dave Maber, University of Michigan
Hosts: Stephannie Larocque and Jeremy Griffin
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
PUBLISHED RESEARCH, PRIVILEGED ACCESS, AND COMPENSATION FOR INVESTMENT RESEARCH: EVIDENCE FROM BROKER VOTES

November 8

Peter Wysocki, University of Miami
Host: Jennifer Stevens

 
1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122

Trust, External Capital and Financial Transparency
November 14 Asis Martinez-Jerez   11:30-12:30
Room 339

The performance effect of feedback frequency and detail: Evidence from a field experiment

November 15 Joe Brazel, North Carolina State University
Host: Jeremy Griffin
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
Hindsight Bias and Professional Skepticism: Does the End Justify the Means?
November 22 Peter Demerjian, University of Washington
Host: Jennifer Stevens
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
Fair Value Accounting and Debt Contracting
November 29 Thanksgiving Break   No workshop  
December 6 Deloitte Case Competition   No workshop  
December 13 Artur Hugon, Arizona State University
Host: Stephannie Larocque
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
Analysts, Macroeconomic News, and the Benefit of In-House Economists
December 16 Recruiting   3:00-4:30 pm
Room 122
 
December 20 Finals Week   No Workshop  
December 27 Winter Break   No Workshop  
January 3 Winter Break   No Workshop  
January 10 Winter Break   No Workshop  
January 17 Recruiting      
January 24 Joanna Wu, University of Rochester
Host: Stephannie Larocque
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
Business Model Shocks and Abnormal Accrual Models
January 29 David Hutchison, University of Notre Dame   12:30 pm
Room 121
Lunch Will Be Provided

On the Value of Fair Value Accounting - Observations from Mortgage Banking
 

January 31 Recruiting      
February 7 Recruiting      
February 14 Recruiting      
February 21 Karla Johnstone, University of Wisconsin
Host: Jeremy Griffin
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122

Audit Partner Leadership Tone and Professional Skepticism in Fraud Brainstorming

February 28 Stephen Lusch, University of Arizona
Host: Jeff Burks
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
Investor valuation of tax avoidance and tax risk: Evidence from the pre- and post-FIN 48 periods
March 4 Alexander Ljungqvist, New York University
Host: Brad Badertscher
  1:30 pm
Room 134
Joint Workshop
with Finance
How Constraining Are Limits to Arbitrage?
Evidence from a Recent Financial Innovation
March 7 Scott Liao, University of Toronto
Host: Jennifer Stevens
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
The Effect of Banks' Financial Reporting
on Syndicated Loan Structures
March 14 Spring Break   No Workshop  
March 21 Wan Wongsumai, Northwestern University
Host: Asis Martinez-Jerez
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
Venture Capital Backing and Political Connections of Newly Public Firms
March 28 Rich Frankel, Washington University St. Louis
Host: Stephannie Larocque
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
Accounting Conservatism and Creditor Recovery Rate
April 4 Panos Patatoukas
University of California Berkeley
Host: Brad Badertscher
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
On the Pricing of Mandated Cash Flow Forecast Disclosures: Evidence from Royalty Trusts
April 11 Eugene Soltes, Harvard Business School
Host: Asis Martinez-Jerez
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
 
April 18 Good Friday Holiday   No Workshop  
April 25 David Wood
Brigham Young University
Host: Jeremy Griffin
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
External Auditors' Perceptions of and Willingness to Work in Outsourced and In-House Internal Audit Functions
May 2 No Workshop   No Workshop  
May 9 Maria Loumioti
University of Southern California
Host: Jennifer Stevens
  1:30-3:00 pm
Room 122
CLOs' Trading Activity and Performance
May 16 Commencement Weekend  

No Workshop

 
May 22 Asis Martinez-Jerez   12:00
Room 339
Lunch Provided
The Performance Effect of Feedback Frequency and Detail: Evidence From a Field Experiment in Customer Satisfaction
June 9-10 CARE Conference   Hong Kong Poly