Accounting & Finance

Seminars & Events

The Division of Accounting and Finance has one of the most active visiting speaker programmes in the UK. If you have questions regarding the seminars, please contact Sangita Mistry on 0161 275 0447 or sangita.mistry@manchester.ac.uk

Accounting & finance seminars 2018/19

DATE VENUE TYPE SPEAKER TITLE
Wednesday 19 September 2-3:30pm Theatre 2 Crawford House Finance Torben Andersen Kellogg School of Management The Pricing of Tail Risk and the Equity Premium
Wednesday 19 September 2-4pm Room B4 AMBS East Accounting  Tony Kang University of Nebraska-Lincoln  Internet Penetration and Accrual-Based Earnings Management: International Evidence
Wednesday 26 September 2-3:30pm Room 5.1 Crawford House Finance Maria Cecilia Bustamante University of Maryland Strategic Capacity Choice and Supply Chain Risk 
Wednesday 3 October 2-3.30pm Room B3 AMBS East Finance    
Wednesday 10 October 2-4pm Room 5.1 Crawford House   Accounting Yasmine Chahed LSE Disrupted Disruptors: How Technology Investments Change the Professional Firm
Wednesday 17 October 2:30-4pm Room B3 AMBS East Finance Paolo Fulghieri University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Uncertainty and Contracting in Organizations
Wednesday 17 October 2-4pm Room 5.1 Crawford House  Accounting Internal qualitative research seminar  
Thursday 18 October 2-3:30pm Room 5.1 Crawford House Finance Ron Masulis University of New South Wales (sabbatical in Cambridge) Private Benefits and Corporate Investments: The Case of Corporate Philanthropy
Wednesday 24 October 2-3.30pm Room B10 AMBS East Finance Stephen Figlewski NYU Stern An American Call IS Worth More than a European Call: The Value of American Exercise When the Market is Not Perfectly Liquid
Wednesday 24 October 2-4pm Room 5.1 Crawford House Accounting Ed Vosselman Radboud University Accounting as a mattering practice: exploring the full potential of the performativism
Wednesday 31 October 2-3:30pm Room B3 AMBS East  Finance Lyndon Moore University of Melbourne (sabbatical in Dublin) Rejected Stock Exchange Applicants: the fish that John West rejects
Wednesday 31 October 2-4pm Room 5.1 Crawford House Accounting Martin Messner University of Innsbruck Boundary Work and the Shifting Relationships between Accounting Technologies: Insights from the Emerging Field of Beyond Budgeting
Wednesday 7 November 2-3.30pm Room B10 AMBS East Finance Richard Payne Cass Business School The Skewness of the Stock Market at Long Horizons
Wednesday 7 November 2-3.30pm Room 5.1 Crawford House Accounting Robert Charnock University of Birmingham  Civil Society as a Quasi-Regulator: A study of emergent coordination in decentred climate governance 
Wednesday 14 November 2-3:30pm Room B10 AMBS East Finance Enrico Onali Nottingham University Debtholder Monitoring and Earnings Opacity
Friday 16 November 2-4pm Room 5.1 Crawford House Accounting T J Wong University of Southern California Politics and Idiosyncrasy of Information: Evidence from Financial Analysts' Earnings Forecasts in a Relationship-based Economy
Wednesday 21 November 2-3:30pm Room 4.206 University Place Finance Dimitris Petmezas Surrey Business School Terrorist Attacks and Corporate Acquisitions
Wednesday 21 November 2-4pm Room 5.1 Crawford House Accounting Mariann Liguori Queen's University Belfast Justifying public-sector accounting change from the inside: ex-post reflections from three countries
Wednesday 28 November 2-3:30pm Room B3 AMBS East Finance Eser Arisoy NEOMA Business School Anticipated Regret in Financial Decision Making under Volatility Uncertainty
Thursday 29 November 2-3:30pm Room 5.1 Crawford House Finance Ashwini Agrawal LSE Takeovers and Employee Job Search 
Wednesday 5 December 2-3:30pm Room 5.1 Crawford House Finance Hans Degryse KU Leuven Inspect what you expect to get respect Can bank supervisors kill zombie lending?
Wednesday 5 December 2-4pm Room 5.205 University Place Accounting Mingzhu Wang King's College London  The Way to a Star Sell-side Analyst: Canvassing or Performing?
Wednesday 19 December 2-4pm Room 5.1 Crawford House  Accounting  Igor Goncharov Lancaster University  (Why) Do Central Banks Care about Their Profits? 

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    Manchester Accounting & Finance Group
    Alliance Manchester Business School
    Booth Street East
    Manchester
    M13 9SS, UK

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