2018-2019 Workshops

2018-2019 University of Notre Dame Accountancy Research Workshop Series

Stephannie Larocque, Committee Chair

Committee: F. Asis Martinez-Jerez, Andy Imdieke, John Donovan, Erik Beardsley


Date Presenter
August 24

Ling LisicVirginia Tech
Fool Me Once, Shame on You; Fool Me Twice, Shame on Me: The Impact of Audit Partners’ First-Hand Experience with Arthur Andersen’s Demise on Their Style

August 31  
September 7  
September 13-14 University of Notre Dame Department of Accountancy
Fall Research Conference

Rachel Geoffroy, The Ohio State University
Erik Beardsley, University of Notre Dame
Clive Lennox, University of Southern California
Karen Sedatole, Emory University
Sarah Zechman, University of Colorado
September 21 Petro Lisowsky, Boston University
Competitive Externalities of Tax Cuts
September 28 Michelle Nessa, Michigan State University
How do Reductions in Foreign Country Corporate Tax Rates Affect U.S. Domestic Manufacturing Firms?
October 5 Eric Holzman, The Ohio State University
Who’s on the hot seat for an SEC investigation and how do they respond?
October 12  
October 19 Fall Break
October 26  
November 2-3 Review of Accounting Studies Conference
November 9  
November 16 Matt Ege, Texas A&M University
Do PCAOB inspections of foreign auditors improve global financial reporting comparability?
November 23 Thanksgiving Break
November 30  
December 7 Ken Bills, University of Arkansas
The Market Premium for Audit Partners with Big 4 Experience
December 14  
December 21 Christmas Break
December 28 Christmas Break
January 4 Holiday Break
January 11 Holiday Break
January 12 Holiday Break
January 18 Aytekin Ertan, London Business School
Symmetric Ignorance is Bliss: When does Transparency Reduce Liquidity?
January 25  
February 1

CANCELLED Due to Weather

February 8 CANCELLED Due to Weather
February 15 Andrew Sutherland, MIT
Auditors are Known by the Companies They Keep
February 22  
March 1 Joseph Weber, MIT
Switching from Voluntary to Mandatory Disclosure: Do Managers View Them as Substitutes?
March 8 Beth Blankespoor, University of Washington
The Pitch: Managers’ Disclosure Choice During IPO Roadshows
March 15 Spring Break
March 22 Jan Bouwens, University of Amsterdam
The Relation between Customized and Uniform Targets: Using leading - and Peer Performance Information to Enhance Target Achievement
March 29 Chad Ham, Washington University St. Louis
Forecast inefficiency
April 5 Fabio Gaertner, University of Wisconsin
Making Only America Great? Non-U.S. Market Reactions to U.S. Tax Reform
April 12 Alina Lerman, University of Connecticut
Rethinking Determinants of Trading Volume at Earnings Announcements
April 19 Good Friday Holiday
April 26 Fraud Day
May 3  
May 10  
May 17-18 CARE Conference
June 14-15 Midwest Accounting Research Conference, Michigan State University