Department of Accounting to Host Empirical Research Conference
April 19-20 event will feature presentation of 7 papers
The Department of Accounting will host its annual Empirical Accounting Research Conference on April 19 and 20 in 1-147 Carlson School. Featured presenters will include:
Ray Ball, University of Chicago: "Mandatory IFRS Adoption, Fair Value Accounting and Accounting Information in Debt Contracts"
Dan Collins, University of Iowa: "Financial Statement Comparability and the Efficiency of Acquisition Decisions"
Eric So, MIT: "News-Driven Return Reversals: Liquidity Provision Ahead of Earnings News"
Mohan Venkatachalam, Duke University: "MD&A Disclosure and the Firm's Ability to Continue as a Going Concern"
Sugata Roychowdhury, Boston College: "Do Financial Market Developments Influence Accounting Practices? Credit Default Swaps and Borrowers' Reporting Conservatism"
Anne Beatty, Ohio State University: "The Information Content of Differences in Financial Constraints Risk Disclosure Requirements"
Ivy Zhang, Carlson School: Consequences of Booking Market-Driven Goodwill Impairments"
The Carlson School's Yu Gao, Aiyesha Dey, and Mo Khan will serve as moderators.
More information about the conference is available online.