13-14 March 2015
LT3, Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
This symposium brings together researchers working in the broader field of financial accounting. The aim is to explore aspects of financial accounting from different perspectives and allow discussion and cross-pollination among researchers from the United States, UK, and Continental Europe. Speakers will present work in empirical accounting research at the intersection with banking, corporate finance and asset pricing.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Wayne Landsman (UNC)
- Patricia Dechow (UC Berkeley)
- Mary Barth (Stanford) – Keynote Speaker
- Gaizka Ormazabal Sanchez (IESE)
- Ane Tamayo (London)
- Holger Daske (Mannheim)
- Jan Bouwens (Tilburg)
- Scott Richardson (LBS)
- Ken Peasnell (Lancaster)
The event is sponsored by the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF) and Cambridge Corporate Governance Network (CCGN), and organised by Cambridge Judge Business School faculty Dr Amir Amel-Zadeh, Dr Jenny Chu and Professor Geoff Meeks.