Department of Accountancy & Taxation

Bauer Accounting Research Symposium

Symposia Archive

2016 Accounting Symposium

10th Annual Bauer Accounting Research Symposium

2015 Accounting Symposium

9th Annual Bauer Accounting Research Symposium

2014 Accounting Symposium

8th Annual Bauer Accounting Research Symposium

  • Anne Beatty, Fisher College of Business, "The Effect of Banks' Financial Reporting on Syndicated Loan Structures"
  • Jennifer Blouin, University of Pennsylvania, "The location, composition, and investment omplications of permanently reinvested earnings"
  • Sunil Dutta, University of California at Berkeley, " Financial Reporting, Growth, and Risk Premia"
  • Jonathan Glover, Carnegie Mellon University, "Relational Contracts as a Foundation for Bonus Pools"
  • Stephen Penman, Columbia University, "Connecting Book Rate of Return to Risk: The Information Conveyed by Conservative Accounting"

2013 Accounting Symposium

7th Annual Bauer Accounting Research Symposium

  • Philip G. Berger, University of Chicago, "The Rational Modeling Hypothesis for Analyst Underreaction to Earnings News*"
  • Ronald A. Dye, Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management, "Voluntary Disclosure and the Duty to Disclose"
  • Michelle Hanlon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "Understanding Why Firms Hold So Much Cash: A Tax Risk Explanation"
  • Chandra Kanodia, University of Minnesota, "How Frequent Financial Reporting Causes Managerial Short-Termism: An Analysis of the Costs and Benefits of Reporting Frequency"
  • Siew Hong Teoh, University of California at Irvine, "Headline Salience and Over- and Underreactions to Earnings"

2011 Accounting Symposium

6th Annual Bauer Accounting Research Symposium

  • Richard Sloan, University of California at Berkeley, “Detecting Earnings Management: A New Approach*”
  • Joe Weber, MIT Sloan Management, “The Influence of Elections on the Accounting Choices of Governmental Entities”
  • Frank Gigler, University of Minnesota, “Necessary Qualities of Accounting Information to Provide a Confirmatory Role for Voluntary Disclosures: the Relevance-Reliability Tradeoff”
  • Richard Sansing, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, “Financial accounting measures of tax reporting aggressiveness”
  • Michael Willenborg, University of Connecticut, “How Do Auditors Behave During Periods Of Market Euphoria? The Case OF Internet IPOs”

2010 Accounting Symposium

  • Peter Easton, “What Drives Stock Price Movement? Short-term and Long-term Cash Flows and Implied Expected Rates of Return”
  • Madhav Rajan, “Dynamics of Rate-of-Return Regulation”
  • Peter Wysocki, “The impact of risk, complexity and monitoring on CEO compensation”
  • Nahum Melumad, “Advising and Monitoring CEOs: The Dual Role of Boards”
  • David Burgstahler, “Earnings Precision and the Relations Between Earnings and Returns”

2009 Accounting Symposium

  • Jerry Zimmerman, “Unintended Consequences of Granting Small Firms Exemptions from Securities Regulation: Evidence from the Sarthanes-Oxley Act”
  • Chandra Kanodia, “How Frequent Financial Reporting Produces Managerial Myopia”
  • Mary Barth, “Earnings Announcement Equity Volatility and Risk Premia: Evidence from Equity Returns and Option Prices”
  • Robert Bushman, “Price Discovery and Dissemination of Private Information by Loan Syndicate Participants.”
  • Paul Zarowin, “Economic Consequences of Real and Accrual-Based Earnings Management Activities”

2008 Accounting Symposium

  • Shyam Sunder, “Value of the Firm: Who gets the Goodies?”
  • S.P. Kothari- “The Value of Earnings Comparability”
  • Anil Arya, “Friction in Related Party Trade When a Rival is also a Customer”
  • Mark DeFond, “Was the Sarbanes-Oxley Act Good News for Corporate Bondholders?”
  • Ron Dye, “Valuation Issues Related to Buy in Payments in Cost-Sharing Agreements”

2007 Accounting Symposium

  • Daniel W. Collins, “The effect of SOX internal control deficiencies on firm risk and cost of equity”
  • Stanley Baiman, “Incentive compensation and the choice of inventory buffer”
  • Lynn Rees, “Stock option plans, management earnings guidance, and a firm’s information environment”
  • Katherine Schipper, “The applicability of the fraud on the market presumption to analysts’ forecasts”
  • Raffi Indjejikian, “Performance evaluation of business unit managers: Theory and empirical evidence”

2006 Accounting Symposium

  • Terry Shevlin, University of Washington, "The Information Content of Dividends: Do Dividends Provide Information about Future Earnings?"
  • Mark Penno, University of Iowa, "The Assignment of Decision Rights in Formal Information Systems"
  • Dana Hollie, University of Houston, "SFAS No. 131: Determinants and Information Content of Segment Reconcilable Differences"
  • Jonathan Glover, Carnegie Mellon University, "Robuste Auctions"
  • Doug Skinner, University of Chicago, "The Role of Deferred Tax Accounting in the Japanese Banking Crisis"