Best Paper Award


European Accounting Review Best Paper Prize for 2020

“Camouflaged Indicators of Earnings Management” by Itay Kama (University of Michigan) and Nahum Melumad (Columbia University).


“Executives’ Personal Tax Behavior and Corporate Tax Avoidance Consistency” by Tomas Hjelström (Stockholm School of Economics), Juha-Pekka Kallunki (University of Oulu), Henrik Nilsson (Stockholm School of Economics) & Milda Tylaite (Stockholm School of Economics), on


Accounting in Europe Best Paper Prize for 2019

Inside the Black Box of IASB Standard Setting: Evidence from Board Meeting Audio Playbacks on the Amendment of IAS 19 (2011) by Rolf Uwe Fülbier (Bayreuth University) and Malte Klein (Bayreuth University)

European Accounting Review Best Paper Prize  for 2019

“Is Tax Volatility Priced by Lenders in the Syndicated Loan Market?” by Daniel Saavedra (UCLA, The Anderson School)

European Accounting Review Best Paper Prize for 2018

 “Audit team attributes matter: how diversity affects audit quality” by Mara Cameran (Bocconi University), Angelo Ditillo (Bocconi University) and Angela Pettinicchio (Bocconi University)


Accounting in Europe Best Paper Prize for 2018

“Introducing More IFRS Principles of Disclosure – Will the Poor Disclosers Improve?” by Niclas Hellman (Stockholm School of Economics), Jordi Carenys (EADA Business School) and Soledad Moya Gutierrez (ESADE Ramon Llull University)

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