Keynote Speaker: Professor Katherine Schipper, Faqua Business School, Duke University
Registrations are now open to attend the 19th annual Australian Summer Accounting Conference. The 2016 conference will comprise a key-note address by Professor Katherine Schipper, Faqua Business School, Duke University, and 11 paper presentations, each of which will be followed by an invited discussant.
There is no charge for attending the conference; however attendees are responsible for their own travel and accommodation costs, late cancelations and or no shows to the conference/dinner will incur an administrative fee of $50.00. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided, on each of the two days. Additionally conference attendees are invited to a dinner held on the evening of Thursday, 4th of February at the Park Royal Hotel. The conference will conclude on Friday, 5th of February with drinks and canapés. Places are strictly limited and anyone wishing to attend should register as soon as possible.
The Quality of Audit Stress Tests of Goodwill for impairments
What are the Economic Consequences of Fair Value Accounting?
Yu Flora Kuang
|The Influence of CEO Social Capital on Firm Value: Evidence from CEO Succession|
|Mandatory Disclosure Reform, Monitoring, and Executive Compensation|
The Information Content of Accounting Accruals when Accompanied by Cash or Stock Dividends
|Shareholder Activism and Voluntary Disclosure|
Emmanuel De George
Starving for information: Does reporting frequency affect how earnings news travels around the world?
|Does Loan Loss Provision Timeliness Affect the Accuracy, Informativeness, and Predictability of Analyst Provision Forecasts?|
|Competition and Earnings Management|
|Do Auditors with a Deep Pocket Provide a High Quality Audit?|
|Corporate Hedging and the Design of Incentive-Compensation Contracts|