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Spring 2008

Seminar Programme, Spring 2008

The Division hosts research seminars with a mixture of internal and external speakers. We welcome guests from both within and outside the university.

All seminars take place at 1pm in room 4B128. We aim for a 2.30pm finish. A lunch of soup and sandwiches is provided.

Seminar Programme, Spring 2008 

Wednesday, 20 February Vasiliki Athanasakou
(London School of Economics) 
The market reward to achieving analyst earnings expectations: Does expectations or earnings management fool investors? 
Wednesday, 12 March PhD seminars   
Thursday, 20 March Geoffrey Poitras
(Simon Fraser University)
Pioneers of Financial Economics: Das Neu Adam Smith Problem? 
Wednesday, 9 April Tom Berglund
(Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration, Helsinki)
Do analysts revise their recommendations to facilitate trading?
Wednesday, 30 April Abe De Jong
(Rotterdam School of Management) 
The demand for corporate financial reporting: A survey among financial analysts. 
Wednesday, 7 May Christopher Pong
(Nottingham Business School) 
Discount Pricing by Auditors: An Inducement to Purchase Higher Quality Experience Goods
Wednesday, 14 May Jenke ter Horst
(Tilburg University) 
Is ethical money financially smart? 
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