The Accounting and Law Department annually welcomes notable members of the accounting community to its workshop series, in which academic researchers discuss current issues and trends in their fields. These sessions serve as exceptional opportunities for faculty and students to engage in intellectual discourse and new learning.

Spring 2018

  • March 30 - Nemit Shroff, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Disclosure Incentives When Competing Firms have Common Ownership
  • April 13  – Aida Sijamic Wahid, University of Toronto
    The Effectiveness of SEC Monitoring of Foreign Firm Disclosures
  • April 20 - Pingyang Gao, The University of Chicago
    The Economic Consequences of Discrete Recognition and Continuous Measurement

Fall 2017

  • September 15 – Joseph Weber, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Ratings Shopping in the Municipal Bond Market:  Evidence from Ratings Recalibrations
  • September 29 – Joanna Shuang Wu, University of Rochester
    Is Silence Golden?  Real Effects of Mandatory Disclosure
  • October 6 – John Campbell, University of Georgia
    The Effect of Mandatory Disclosure on Market Inefficiencies: Evidence from Statement of Financial Accounting Standard Number 161