Call for Participants: FARS and Journal of Financial Reporting Research Settings Mini-Conference

Conference date

03 Mar 2022

Location

Virtual

Description

We would like to invite you to the Research Settings Mini-Conference organized by FARS and Journal of Financial Reporting. The conference will be held online on March 3, 2022, 1-4pm EST.

The Mini-Conference will consist of seven short presentations on a variety of topics listed below. Presentations will highlight the setting’s most important and distinguishing features, address challenges specific to that setting, explain how those features can be used to shed light on accounting theories, and offer techniques for conducting and interpreting empirical analyses. Each presentations will be 15-minutes followed by a 10 minute Q&A.

Please register via link below:
https://cuboulder.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMuf-mpqj8pH9cHyKuQw9DLHldm8qJDbqBV

ON THE IMPORTANCE OF PRODUCT MARKETS
Matthew Bloomfield, University of Pennsylvania

A TUTORIAL ON THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA DATA FOR ACCOUNTING RESEARCH
Adam Booker, Denver University
Asher Curtis, University of Washington
Bin Ke, National University of Singapore
CJ Onyekwelu, University of Washington

GOOD-BYE IBES (OR NOT)? THE IMPACT OF 2018 IBES’S ANONYMIZATION AND RESHUFFLING ON ANALYST RESEARCH
Kelvin Law, Nanyang Technological University

ESTIMIZE: CROWDSOURCING FORECASTS FOR EARNINGS, REVENUES, AND ECONOMIC INDICATORS
Joshua Khavis, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Han-Up Park, University of Saskatchewan

STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT RESEARCH GUIDE
Jim Naughton, University of Virginia

THE CREDIT RATING AGENCY MARKET IN AFRICA: AN UNTAPPED RESEARCH SETTING
Anywhere (Siko) Sikochi, Harvard Business School
Saveshen Pillay, Credit rating Analytics

UNDERSTANDING PRIVATE EQUITY FUNDS: A GUIDE TO PRIVATE EQUITY RESEARCH IN ACCOUNTING
Maria Nykyforovych Borysoff, George Mason University
Paul Mason, Baylor University
Steven Utke, University of Connecticut