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TRR 266 Annual Conference: Public Paper Workshop

On Wednesdays in October and November our researchers will present their latest papers in online workshop sessions. These sessions are open to interested researchers, we kindly invite you to attend! Registration is required.

 

Program

October 21

3:00—4:15 pm 
Do country risk factors attenuate the effect of taxes on corporate risk-taking?
Benjamin Osswald (University of Illinois), Caren Sureth-Sloane (Paderborn University)

4:45—6:00 pm
The role of personal income taxes in corporate investment decisions
Martin Jacob, Robert Vossebürger (both WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management)

October 28

3:00—4:15 pm
Strike the right tone: Financial analysts’ tone to acquire information in earnings conference calls
Julia Haag, Christian Hofmann, Nina Schwaiger (all LMU Munich), Susanne Klausing (University of Oxford)

4:45—6:00 pm
Judicial precedents on GAAP violations, litigation risk and misreporting
Benedikt Franke (SKEMA Paris), Reeyarn Li (University of Mannheim), Allen Huang (HKUST)

November 4

3:00—4:15 pm
Do countries benefit from transfer pricing rule inconsistency?
Markus Diller (University of Passau), Johannes Lorenz (Paderborn University)

4:45—6:00 pm
Real effects of country-by-country reporting for MNEs: Tax-induced relocation of production
Regina Ortmann (Paderborn University), Dirk Simons (University of Mannheim), Dennis Voeller (Toulouse Business School)

November 11

3:00—4:15 pm
Are investors misled by exclusions of recurring expenses from non-GAAP earnings?
Oliver Mehring, Jens Müller, Sönke Sievers, Christian Sofilkanitsch (all Paderborn University)

4:45—6:00 pm
Real effects of internal information allocation: Evidence from a field experiment
Amadeus Bach, Jannis Bischof (both University of Mannheim)

November 18

3:00—4:15 pm
Qualitative information disclosure: Is mandating additional tax information disclosure always useful?
Katarzyna Bilicka (Utah State University), Elisa Casi, Carol Seregni, Barbara M. B. Stage (all University of Mannheim)

4:45—6:00 pm
Banks and their supranational monitors: Do monitoring trustees impact the transparency of banks?
Janja Brendel (HU Berlin)

November 25

3:00—4:15 pm
Corporate reporting and users’ information needs – A preparer perspective
Kathrin Oberwallner (LMU Munich), Christoph Pelger (Universität Innsbruck), Thorsten Sellhorn (LMU Munich)

4:45—6:00 pm
Information design in coordination games with risk dominant equilibrium selection
Michael Ebert (Paderborn University), Joseph B. Kadane (Carnegie Mellon University), Dirk Simons (University of Mannheim), Jack D. Stecher (University of Alberta)

*Timezone: CET

 

Registration

If you would like to join our online public paper workshop, please register here.

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