NYU Stern
Share / Print

Seminar Series

The Accounting Department Research Seminar Series takes place each semester featuring researchers, faculty members, and Ph.D students from leading universities and institutions.


CPE credits will be awarded for these seminars
All Seminars will be conducted in KMC 10-181 from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Spring 2014 Seminars

Topic/Title

Speaker and Affiliation

Date

 Does bank opacity enable regulatory forbearance? John Gallemore
University of North Carolina
Jan 14,2014
(Tuesday)
Private Equity's Diversification Illusion:
Economic Comovement and Fair Value Reporting
Kyle Welch
Harvard Business School
Jan 21,2014
(Tuesday)
 The More We Know about Fundamentals, the Less We Agree on Price?
Evidence from Earnings Announcements
Lindsey Gallo
University of Maryland
Jan 28,2014
(Tuesday)
 Real asset liquidity and asset impairmentsBryce Schonberger
University of Southern California
Feb 4,2014
(Tuesday)
 Labor Market Peer Firms Nan Li
University of Chicago
Feb 11,2014
(Tuesday)
 Investors’ access to corporate management: A field experiment about 1-on-1-calls Anne Heinrichs
University of Chicago
Feb 14,2014
(Friday)
 Risky Value Scott Richardson
London Business School
 Feb,28,2014
(Friday)
     
     
     
     

Past Seminars

Fall 2013

Spring 2013

Disclosure Regulation in the Commercial Banking Industry: Lessons from the National Banking Era. Joao Granja
University of Chicago
Jan 25, 2013
Determinants of Municipal Disclosure and the Consequences of Dissemination Christine Cuny
University of Chicago
Feb 1, 2013
How Does Accounting Quality Affect Option Returns? Matthew Lyle
University of Toronto
Feb 8, 2013
Volatility forecasting using financial Statement information Suhas A. Sridharan
Stanford University
Feb 15, 2013
The Financial Crisis and Credibility of Corporate Credit Ratings Ed deHaan
University of Washington
Feb 27, 2013
Independent and Affiliated Analysts: Disciplining and Herding Hoa Xue
Carnegie Mellon University
Mar 1, 2013
Disclosure Versus Recognition: Inferences from Subsequent Events Jeremy Michels
University of Colorado Boulder
Mar 8, 2013

Fall 2012

Not Only What But also When: A Theory of Dynamic Voluntary Disclosure Ilan Guttman,
Stanford University
Sept 14, 2012
Location of Decision-Rights Within Multinational Firms Phil Stock en
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
Sept28, 2012
No Seminar   Oct 05, 2012
Sell-Side Benchmarks Tzachi Zach
Ohio State University
Oct 12, 2012
Cross-Jurisdictional Income Shifting by U.S. Multinationals Scott Dyreng
Duke University
Oct 19, 2012
Market inefficiency and implied cost of capital models Tjomme Rusticus
Northwestern University
Oct 26, 2012
CAR Oct 26, 2012
Cancelled Xiumin Martin
Washington University in St. Louis
Nov 2, 2012
JAE Nov 2, 2012
Credit Spreads, Consumer Sentiment and
Operating Leverage
Robert Bloomfield
Cornell University
Nov 9, 2012
Job Market Paper Seda Oz
NYU
Nov 12, 2012
RAST Nov 16, 2012
Externalities of Public Firm Presence: Evidence from Private
Firms’ Investment Decisions
Nemit Shroff
MIT Sloan School of Management
Nov 30, 2012
Panos Patatoukas
University of California/ Berkeley
Dec 07, 2012

Spring 2012

A New Approach to Predicting Analyst Forecast Errors: Do Investors Overweight Analyst Forecasts? Eric C. So
Stanford University
Jan 04, 2012
Who Benefits from Corporate Opacity? International Evidence from Informed Trading by Institutional Investors Mark G. Maffett
University of North Carolina
Jan 13, 2012
&Evidence on the role of banks in borrowers' disclosure Rahul Vashishtha
University of Pennsylvania
Jan 18, 2012
Proprietary Information Spillovers and Auditor Choice Daniel Aobdia
UCLA Anderson School of Management
Jan 20, 2012
The Debt-Contracting Value of Accounting Numbers, Renegotiation, and Investment Efficiency Yiwei Dou
University of Toronto
Jan 25, 2012
Organized Labor and Debt Contracting: Firm-Level Evidence from Collective Bargaining Lin Cheng
Ohio State University
Jan 27, 2012
Private Enforcement of Securities Laws and Financial Reporting Choices Justin Hopkins
University of North Carolina
Feb 1, 2012
The Impact of Investor Information Processing Costs on Firm Disclosure Choice: Evidence from the XBRL Mandate Elizabeth Blankespoor
University of Michigan
Feb 8, 2012
What Guides the Guidance?
An Empirical Examination of the Dynamic Disclosure Theory
Michael Tang,
University of Rochester
Feb 10, 2012
The Disposition Effect as a Determinant of the Abnormal Volume and Return Eric Weisbrod,
Arizona State University
Feb 15, 2012
Measure of International Manipulation: A Structural Approach< /a> Anastasia Zakolyukina
Stanford University
Feb 16, 2012
Does Differential Sensitivity to Aggregate Earning Shocks Drive Post-Earnings-Announcement Drift?
Suresh Nallareddy,
University of Southern California
Feb 22, 2012
    Mar 2, 2012

Fall 2011

  PhD Students Sept 9, 2011
  PhD Students Sept16, 2011
Debtholder Responses to Shareholder Activism Wan Wongsunwai
(Northwestern University)
Sept23, 2011
Parameter Heterogeneity

Multiplicative Models In Regressions
Roger Willett
(University of Tasmania, Australia
Sept30, 2011
The Role of Financial Reporting Transparency Jeffrey Ng
MIT
Oct 7, 2011
Form 10-K Timing and Information Asymmetry Preeti Choudhary
Georgetown University
Oct 14, 2011
  JAE Conference Oct 21, 2011
  -------- Oct 28, 2011
  JAAF Conference Nov 4, 2011
Having Accounting Standards Affected Deal Structures in Mergers and Acquisitions?
Sophia Hamm
Ohio State
Nov 11, 2011
  FEA and RAST Nov 18, 2011
The Role of Analysts' Cash Flow Forecasts in the Decline of the Accruals Anomaly Partha Mohanram
University of Toronto
Dec 2, 2011
Window Dressing of Short-term Borrowings Ed Owens
University of Rochester
Dec 9, 2011
  Dec 16, 2011

Spring 2011

TBD Clare Wang (Recruiting) Feb 4, 2011
  Alon Kalay (Recruiting) Feb 11, 2011
TBD Salman Arif (Recruiting) Feb 18, 2011
  Xiaojing Meng (Recruiting) Feb 23, 2011
  Anna Costello (Recruiting) Feb 25, 2011
  Dan Amiram (Recruiting) Mar 4, 2011
  Mirko Heinle (Recruiting) Mar 9, 2011
  James Naughton (Recruiting) Mar 11, 2011
  Ivan Marinovic (Recruiting) Mar 23, 2011

CPE Information

Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University, is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org

Learning Objective: To supply participants with an update of current Accounting Thought and Research—by attending this course you will learn updates of current accounting and auditing practices.
Delivery Method: Group-live
Program level: Update
Prerequisites: Faculty, Ph.D. Students, and others that are experts in their respective disciplines.
Recommended CPE: Each session 1.5 hours (each participant is awarded based on a 50 min session 1 CPE credit)
Advanced Preparation: Reading articles, reviewing material

To register for this course, contact Bebi Karimbaksh of the Accounting Department at 212-998-0006.

No fee involved.

For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaints, please contact our offices at (212) 998-0010.