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Accountancy and Finance Seminars

Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held on Friday at 1pm–2.30pm in OBS 337.

View our list of previous seminars in our Seminars Archive.

2019 Seminars

Semester One

Corruption-conscious international investment strategies

By Dr Vitali Alekseev from the University of Technology Sydney
Friday, 12 April, 2019

Impact of Family Control and Corporate Governance on Bank Performance in Bangladesh

By Mahnoor Sattar
Tuesday, 30th April, 2019

The Effect of Financial Disclosure on Mutual Funds’ Trading and Performance

By JieXiang (Jenni) Huang
Friday, 10 May, 2019

To switch or not to switch: the role of asset growth on fund management structure

By Dr Eric Tan
Friday, 17 May, 2019

Carbon bubbles and stranded assets in financial markets

By Professor Tom Smith
Thursday, 23 May, 2019

Improving research methods in accounting and finance: What editors are looking for?

By Professor Tom Smith
Friday, 24 May, 2019

Voluntary disclosure of intellectual capital in IPO prospectuses: the role of board gender diversity

By Dr Muhammad Nadeem
Friday, 31 May, 2019

Gram-Charlier Density with Higher Cumulants

By Wei Lin
Friday, 14 June, 2019

Futures Spread Trading in Australian Commodities: Does the market is Efficient and Symmetric?

By Duminda Kuruppuarachchi
Friday, 21 June, 2019

Transition risk and stranded assets in US utilities: Financial implications from plant level data

By Sampath Kongahawatte
Friday, 28 June, 2019

Semester Two

Practical relevance of research event

Thursday 5 September, 12–1pm
By James Miller

The volatility index in the Chinese equity market

Friday 6 September, 1–2:30pm
By Tian Yue

2019 Accounting and Finance Symposium II: Pitching accountancy and finance research?

Thursday 12 September–Friday 13 September, 9am–4pm
By Professor Robert Faff from the University of Queensland

Industry tournament incentives and corporate innovation

Friday 20 September, 1–2:30pm
By Dr Tu Nguyen

Money as a weapon: The continuation of financial abuse post-separation

Friday 27 September, 1–2:30pm
Dr Ayesha Scott from the Auckland University of Technology

Bank risk-taking, corporate cash holdings and investment: Evidence from the global financial crisis of 2007−2009

Wednesday 2 October, 1–2:30pm
By Professor Chaiporn Vithessonthi from Sunway University

Securities class actions and innovation

Friday 4 October, 1–2:30pm
By Dr Matthew McCarten from the University of Oxford

Board representation and bank performance in Bangladesh

Thursday 10 October, 10am–12pm
By Mahnoor Sattar

Lecturing proficiency and effectiveness of New Zealand accounting and finance academics

Friday 18 October, 1–2:30pm
By Professor Ralph Adler and Dr Helen Roberts

Credit default swap and firm risk

Friday 25 October, 1–2:30pm
By Professor Hai Lin from Victoria University of Wellington