EAR Annual Conference 2023

European Accounting Review

Annual Conference

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Madrid, SPAIN

23-24 March, 2023

The 2023 European Accounting Review Annual Conference will be held in Madrid (Puerta de Toledo Campus, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), and is organized by EAR with hosting and support by the European Accounting Association and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.

 

Expected Schedule (all times CET)

Day 1: March-23
9:00-10:15 Paper 1: “Peer effects in investment: Evidence from early-stage CEOs” by Hyungjin Cho (Inha University), Ahrum Choi (Sungkyunkwan University), and Taejin Jung* (IE University)
10:30-11:45 Paper 2: “Financial statement comparability and managers’ linguistic choices in conference calls” by Jung Eun Park (New Mexico State University), Yiding Wang (University of Houston-Downtown), Sijing Wei* (Creighton University), and Jiarui Iris Zhang (SUNY Brockport)

Coffee break

12:15-13:30 Paper 3: “The consideration of diversity in the accounting literature: A systematic literature review” by Alessandro Ghio* (Laval University), Zeila Occhipinti (University of Pisa), and Roberto Verona (University of Pisa)

LUNCH

15:00-16:15 Paper 4: “Managing Expectations through Budgetary Slack: Evidence from Project Financing” by Zahn Bozanic (Florida State University), Andrew Ferguson (University of Technology Sydney), and Gabriel Pündrich* (University of Florida)

Coffee break

16:45-18:00 Paper 5: “The Role of Accounting Quality during Mutual Fund Fire Sales” by Facundo Mercado (Warwick Business School), Silvina Rubio (University of Bristol), and Mariano Scapin* (University of Bristol).
 

 

18:15-19:00 EAR Editorial board meeting
21:00 Conference Dinner

 

Day 2: March-24
9:00-10:15 Paper 6: “CEO information skills, information sources, and firm performance” by Christian Hofmann (LMU Munich) and Martin Viehweger* (LMU Munich)
10:30-11:45 Paper 7: “Big baths around turnover: What happens if the former CEO stays on board?” by Mario Daniele (Universitá Cattolica del Sacro Cuore), Praj Desai (Bocconi University), Claudia Imperatore (Bocconi University) and Angela Pettinicchio* (Universitá Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)

Coffee break

12:15-13:15 Round Table: “Dissemination of accounting research”
13:15-13:30 Conference closure

LUNCH

* Denotes presenting author. Sessions are expected to run as follows: 20-25 min. presentation for speaker, 15-20 min. for discussant, 30 min. for open questions.

 

Attendance

All sessions will also be broadcasted via EAA-ZOOM.

 

Registration

Conference attendance is by invitation. EAA members interested in attending should request an invitation at annual.ear.conference@gmail.com

If you are not yet a member of the European Accounting Association, you can register here: http://www.eaa-online.org/r/how_to_become_a_member

 

Organizing Committee

Baptiste Colas, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Baha Diyarov, EIASM

Beatriz García Osma, Editor

Encarna Guillamón-Saorín, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Elica Krasteva, University of Liverpool Management School

Fengzhi Zhu, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid