Santa Clara University

Accounting Workshop Series 2008-09

 

 

Name
 University  Research Topic
 Date Room/ Time
 Suzanne Luttman
Associate Professor,
Santa Clara University
 Book/Tax Conformity at Convergence:
One Option for Corporate Tax Reform
 October 24, 2009
(Friday)
 Lucas 125
1:00-2:30pm
 Michael Calegari
Associate Professor,
Santa Clara University
 Tax Reserves, Taxes Payable, and Tax Shelters  February 13, 2009
(Friday)
 Lucas 125
2:00-3:30pm
 Brad Barber
 Professor,
UC- Davis
Day Trading in Equilibrium  February 27, 2009
(Friday)
 Lucas 125
2:00-3:30pm
 Hollis A.  Skaife
Associate Professor,
U of Wisconsin-Madison
Financial Reporting and International M&A  April 3, 2008
(Friday)
 Lucas 125
1:00-2:30pm
 Daniel Collins
 Professor,
University of Iowa
Earnings Management and the Predictive Ability of Accruals
with Respect to Future Cash Flows
 April 17, 2009
(Friday)
 Lucas 125
1:00-2:30pm
 Patricia Dechow
 Professor,
UC- Berkeley
What's in a Nickel?
Information Flow and Rounding in Analyst Forecasts
 May 15, 2008
(Friday)
 Lucas 125
1:00-2:30pm
 Charles Lee
 Visiting Professor,
Stanford University
Tunneling in China:
The Remarkable Case of Inter-Corporate Loans
 May 29, 2009
(Friday)
 Lucas 125
1:00-2:30pm
 Ted Christensen
Professor,
Brigham Young University
Optimistic Reporting and Pessimistic Investing:
Do Pro Forma Earnings Disclosures Attract Short Sellers?
July 22, 2009
(Wednesday)
Lucas 125
1:00-2:30pm
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