Thursday, November 10, 2016
12:00 p.m.Lunch, Charles F Knight Executive Education Center, Anheuser Busch Dining Room,
1:00 Welcome, Bauer Hall, Room 330/Active Learning Lab.
Richard Frankel, Beverly & James Hance Professor of Accounting
1:15 “Does Counter-Cyclical Provisioning Mitigate Bank Lending Contractions? Evidence from Supply Shocks”
Presented by Joanna Wu, University of Rochester
Discussion led by John Gallemore, University of Chicago
2:40 “Investor Relations and Information Assimilation”
Presented by Kimball Chapman, Washington University
Discussion led by Gwen Yu, Harvard University
4:05 “When Does Peer Information Matter?”
Presented by Rodrigo Verdi, MIT
Discussion led by Ed deHaan, University of Washington
5:30 Ph.D. Poster Session and cocktails, Whittemore House.
6:30 Welcome, Robert Virgil, Dean Emeritus of the John M. Olin School of Business and Professor Emeritus of Accounting.
6:45 Dinner, Whittemore House.
Friday, November 11, 2015
7:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast, Bauer Hall, Room 210.
8:00 “Do Analysts Say Anything About Earnings Without Revising Their Earnings Forecasts?”
Presented by Chad Ham, Washington University
Discussion led by Alastair Lawrence, University of California, Berkeley
9:25 “Growth Matters: Disclosure Level and Risk Premium”
Presented by Rachel Hayes, University of Utah
Discussion led by Judson Caskey, UCLA
10:50 “Identifying Accounting Quality”
Presented by Valeri Nikolaev, University of Chicago
Discussion led by Mohan Venkatachalam, Duke University
12:00 p.m. Lunch, Charles F Knight Executive Education Center, Anheuser Busch Dining Room,