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Forthcoming Seminars
​Date / Time: 15 November 2017 / 1.30 pm to 3.00 pm
Venue: Executive Seminar Room 5, S3.1-B1-07
Speaker: Professor Victor S MAAS, University of Amsterdam
Topic: To be confirmed


​​ ​Past Seminars
25 Oct​ ​​Financial Market Developments and Managmement Compensation by Professor Daniel A BENS, INSEAD
11 Oct ​ Juror Reaction to Tax-Deductability of Punitive Damage Awards: Experimental Evidence by Associate Professor Shankar VENKATARAMAN, Georgia Institute of Technology​
27 Sept​ The Relation between Strategy, CEO Selection, and Firm Performance by Associate Professor Flora KUANG, University of Melbourne
20 Sept​ The Persistence and Pricing Implications of Changes in Multinational Firms' Foreign Cash Holdings by Professor Terry SHEVLIN, University of California, Irvine​
​​16 August ​Managing the Narrative: Investor Relations Officers and Corporate Disclosure
by Professor Michael CLEMENT, University of Texas at Austin
​26 April ​Curbing Earnings Management: Experimental Evidence on How Clawback Provisions and Board Monitoring Affect Managers' Use of Discretion
by Professor Jeffrey HALES, Georgia Institute of Technology
​19 April ​Legal Disputes Againsts Independent Auditors, Insights from Prominent Attorneys
by Asst Professor Eldar MAKSYMOV, Arizona State University
​12 April ​Aggregate and Idiosyncratic Political Risk: Measurement and Effects
by Professor Laurence van LENT, Tilburg University
​5 April ​CEO Turnover, Leadership Vacuum, and Stock Market Reactions
by Asst Professor Jeong Hwan JOO, University of Hong Kong
​29 March ​Staff Auditors' Proclivity for Computer Mediated Communication with Clients and its Effect on Skeptical Behavior
by Professor Richard C HATFIELD, University of Alabama
22 March Firm Performance, Reporting Goals, and Language in Narrative Disclosures
by Asst Professor Kristina M RENNEKAMP, Cornell University

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