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Professorinnen und Professoren des Department 2

Presentations

2016

  • Do Mandatory Liquidity Disclosures Foster or Forestall Coordination Failures?, 17. Symposiums zur Ökonomischen Analyse der Unternehmung der GEABA e.V., Universität Basel.

2015

  • Accounting standards, information risk, and the cost of capital, Workshop "Analytical Research in Financial Accounting", Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel

2014

  • Bentham's Panopticon in a voluntary disclosure model, EAA (European Accounting Association) and AAA (American Accounting Association) Annual Meetings, VHB (German Academic Association for Business Research) Annual Meeting
  • Discretionary Aggregation, Invited talks, Research seminars of the Leibniz-University Hannover (Invited by Prof. Dr. Stefan Wielenberg), and the Eberhard-Karls-University Tübingen (Invited by Prof. Dr. Anna Rohlfing)

2013

  • Bentham's Panopticon in a voluntary disclosure model, ARA (Analytical Research in Accounting) Workshop, Universität Bielefeld
  • The impact of financial distress on disclosure incentives, Workshop "Economic research in financial accounting", Humboldt-University Berlin
  • Is segment reporting useful for creditors? - Discretion in aggregating information, 36. EAA Annual meeting in Paris, and VHB Annual meeting in Würzburg
  • Is segment reporting useful for creditors? - Discretion in aggregating information, DART Workshop, Universität Graz

2010

  • Does increased transparency lead to increased trust in financial transactions?, 33. EAA Annual meeting in Istanbul

2009

  • IAS 39 and Biases in the Risk Perception of Financial Instruments, 31. EAA Annhual meeting in Rotterdam and AAA Annual meeting in Anaheim

2007

  • Inconsistent measurement and disclosure of non-contingent financial derivatives under IFRS: A behavioral perspective., 30. EAA Annual meeting in Lisbon

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