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Accounting and Finance Research Seminar

The seminar usually meets on Fridays, 11:00 am, in SB4160, unless otherwise noted. The seminar coordinator for Finance is Alex Petkevich (send mail). The seminar coordinator for Accounting is Mai Dao (send mail).


Spring 2017:

  1. January 27, 2017. F. Asis Martinez-Jerez, Notre Dame. (Accounting Seminar)
    Leader Effects in Competition Among Teams: Evidence From a Field Intervention


  2. February 10, 2017. Yi Zhang, Southwest University of Economics and Finance. (Accounting Seminar) CANCELLED


  3. February 24, 2017. Sinan Gokkaya, Ohio University. (Finance Seminar)
    When Wall Street and Washington Collide: Policy Research at Brokerage Houses


  4. March 31, 2017. Ralitsa Petkova, Case Western Reserve University. (Finance Seminar)
    Absolute Strength: Exploring Momentum in Stock Returns


  5. April 14, 2017. Gary Moore, University of Toledo. (Finance Seminar)
    The Time Path of the Expected Profitability of the Firm


Archive:

Fall 2016
    1. September 30, 2016, 10 am Lucy Chernykh, Clemson University. (Finance Seminar)
      Audit and Fraud: Evidence from Bank Failures


    2. November 4, 2016. F. Asis Martinez-Jerez, Notre Dame. (Accounting Seminar) CANCELLED


    3. December 2, 2016. Sinan Gokkaya, Ohio University. (Finance Seminar) CANCELLED



Spring 2016
  1. March 25, 2016, 1PM. Philipp Schaberl, University of Denver. (Finance Seminar)
    The usefulness of accounting fundamentals at the industry level: Which performance metric matters?


  2. April 1, 2016. Anthony Holder, University of Toledo. (Accounting Seminar)
    Is audit quality associated with Big Data risks?


  3. April 15, 2016. Karen Green, University of Toledo, 10 am. (Accounting Seminar)
    The Effects of Recognized Level 3 Fair Value on Manager Selling Decisions


  4. April 29, 2016, 1PM. Andrei Shynkevich, Kent State University. (Finance Seminar)
    Predictability in Bond Returns Using Technical Trading Rules



Fall 2015
  1. September 18, 2015. Hassan HassabElnaby, University of Toledo. (Accounting Seminar)

  2. September 25, 2015, 10:00AM. Pervaiz Alam, Kent State University. (Accounting Seminar)
    The Sensitivity of the CDS Market to Financial Analysts’ Forecast Revisions


  3. October 2, 2015, 12:00PM. Tyler Henry, Miami University. (Finance Seminar)
    Ex-Dividend Profitability and Institutional Trading Skill


  4. November 6, 2015. Marcus V. Braga-Alves, University of Akron. (Finance Seminar)
    Political risk and the equity trading costs of cross-listed firms



Spring 2015
  1. January 23, 2015. Andrew Solocha, University of Toledo. (Finance Seminar)
    Financial Feasibility of a 3 MW Solar Field: A Case Study


  2. January 30, 2015. Manoj Kulchania, Wayne State University. (Finance Seminar) SB 4160
    Cost Structure and Payout Policy


  3. February 20, 2015. Adam Yore, Northern Illinois University. (Finance Seminar) SB 4160
    Corrupting Investment


  4. February 27, 2015. Anthony Holder, University of Toledo. (Accounting Seminar)
    Do Material Weaknesses in Information Technology Related Internal Controls Affect Firms’ 8-K Filing Behavior?


  5. April 3, 2015. Andrei Shynkevich, Kent State University. (Finance Seminar) CANCELLED
    Short-Term Time-Series Predictability in Bond Returns


  6. April 17, 2015. Anthony Holder, University of Toledo. (Accounting Seminar) SB 4160
    Sony Corporation and the Era of Big Data: Ethical Lessons



Fall 2014
  1. December 5, 2014 Yi Zhang, Peking University (Finance Seminar)
    Banker Lenders as Matchmakers? When Acquirers and Targets Share a Common Lender


  2. December 12, 2014 Chang Liu, Washington State University (Finance Seminar)
    Getting on Board: The Monitoring Effect of Institutional Directors



Spring 2014
  1. March 28, 2014 F. Asis Martinez-Jerez, University of Notre Dame (Accounting Seminar)
    The performance effect of feedback frequency and detail: Evidence from a field experiment


  2. April 28, 2014 Kershen Huang, Bentley University (Finance Seminar)
    Credit Risk and Ownership Heterogeneity



Fall 2013
  1. October 11, 2013 Kainan Wang, University of Toledo (Finance Seminar)
    Modelling Conditional Covariances with Economic Information Instruments


  2. November 8, 2013 Marc Simpson, University of Toledo (Finance Seminar)
    Conditional Higher Moments of Idiosyncratic Risk, Monetary Policy and the Cross-section of Stock Returns