Online Seminars in 2023

  • January 25  – ” Who Pays for the Policy Instability? Client Bargaining Power and Audit Fees by Arpine Maghakyan (University of Glasgow). 

Christopher Koch (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz) acted as discussant.

You can download the paper from this link

  • March 22 – ” KAMs Disclosure and Auditor Switches by Elizaveta Telnova (Bocconi University). 

Reiner Quick (Darmstadt University of Technology) acted as discussant.

You can download the abstract from this link.

  • June 14 – ” Auditing, Corruption and the Economic Output of Private Firms ” by Olga Bogachek (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano).

Tobias Svanström (Umeå University) acted as discussant.

You can download the abstract from this link.

  • October 11 – ” Audit Partner-Manager Dyadic Fit and Team Functioning ” by Lena Pieper (University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign), Olof Bik, Murray Barrick, Jere Francis, and Ann Vanstraelen.

Kim Ittonen (Hanken School of Economics) acted as discussant.

You can download the abstract from this link.

  • November 29 – ” The Wirecard scandal – Do auditor reputational losses cross borders? ” by Melanie Großeastroth (presenter) and Christopher Koch (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz).

Stefan Sundgren (Umeå School of Business and Economics) acted as discussant.

You can download the abstract from this link.

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Since January 2022, EARNet has organized a bi-monthly online seminar series.
Participants get the opportunity to present their early-stage work and obtain feedback in a friendly and constructive environment. The target audience of the online seminars is young European scholars (PhD students, post-doctoral researchers, or non-tenured assistant professors).

Both research proposals and full working papers are acceptable for presentation.
Presented research should, however, not yet be submitted to a journal. There are no restrictions in terms of topic, methodology, or method, other than the main focus of the presented research needs to be on auditing (in a broad sense).

Presentations are 30 minutes (uninterrupted), followed by an invited discussant (15 minutes), and Q&A and discussion by other participants (20 minutes). If you are interested in presenting your research, do not hesitate to contact us.

Online Seminar Submission: 
Mara Cameran
, Bocconi University
Email: 
mara.cameran@unibocconi.it

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