The Lisbon Accounting Conference brings together leading accounting scholars in an informal setting for a one-day conference of high-quality academic papers.
Papers and Speakers
Wayne Landsman, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and Securities and Exchange Commission
“The Effects of CDS Trading Initiation on Information Asymmetry in Syndicated Loans” joint with Dan Amiram, William Beaver and Jianxin Zhao
Discussant: Miguel Ferreira, Nova School of Business and Economics
João Granja, MIT Sloan School of Management
"Do Strict Regulators increase the transparency of Banking system?" joint with Anna M. Costello and Joseph Weber
Discussant: Miguel Duro, IESE Business School
Sugata Roychowdhury, Boston College
“Clarity Begins at Home: Internal Information Asymmetry and External Communication Quality” joint with Chen Chen, Xiumin Martin, Xin Wang and Matthew Billett
Discussant: Erik Peek, Rotterdam School of Management
Jannis Bischof, University of Mannheim
“Why Did Politicians Blame Fair Value Accounting during the Financial Crisis? The Role of of Conservative Ideology and Special Interests” joint with Holder Daske and Christoph Sextroh
Discussant: Anya Kleymenova, University of Chicago
Ane Tamayo, London School of Economics
“A Matter of Trust? Corporate Social Capital and the Pricing of Public Debt during the Financial Crisis” joint with Hami Amiraslani, Karl V. Lins and Henri Servaes.
Discussant: Lynn Li, Boston University
Charl de Villiers, University of Auckland
Discussant: John Barrios, University of Chicago
Panel on Accounting and Regulation
Chair: Adelaide Cavaleiro - Head of Financial Stability Department, Banco de Portugal
Speaker: Pedro Pereira, Financial Stability Department, Banco de Portugal.
Joana Fontes, UCP - Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics
Xanthi Gkougkousi, Nova School of Business and Economics
Ana Marques, Nova School of Business and Economics and Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Ana Albuquerque, Boston University
Find the conference program here. Papers will not be distributed during the conference. Please click on the papers title above for downloading the papers.
For more information about the Lisbon Accounting Conference contact Débora Porém at firstname.lastname@example.org