FEN Professional Announcements, 6/30/2017

Table of Contents : Professional Announcements.
1. SFS Cavalcade North America 2019*, Invitation to Bid.
2. UNSW Scientia PhD Scholarships,  Scholarship Announcement.
3. 8th Miami Behavioral Finance Conference,  Call For Papers,
4.Annual Inquire Europe Symposium (2018),  Call For Papers
5.FRIC’17: Conference on Financial Frictions, Conference Announcement/
6. 54th Annual Eastern Finance Association Meeting,  Announcement & Call for Papers.
7. 28th Annual Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting, Last Call For Papers
8. European Financial Management – Special Issue: “Corporate Policies and Asset Prices”*  Call For Papers.
9.2017 Paris Financial Management Conference (PFMC-2017),  Call For Papers.
10. 2017 Conference on Auditing and Capital Markets,  Conference Announcement and Call for Papers
11. 2017 Auckland Finance Meeting,Call For Papers.
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*Invitation to Bid SFS Cavalcade North America 2019*
The Society for Financial Studies invites you to bid to host the SFS Cavalcade North America at your school! The SFS Cavalcade North America is a joint project of the Review of Financial Studies, the Review of Corporate Finance Studies, and the Review of Asset Pricing Studies. It is a high-quality conference covering all areas of finance. According to a recently published study by Sebastian J. Reinartz and Daniel Urban that compares top finance conferences: “The Society for Financial Studies (SFS) Finance Cavalcade conference is the best large finance conference according to the subsequent publication rates in TOP3 finance journals.” See: www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0927539817300257
OVERVIEW: The conference format is 55 minutes per paper with eight-to-eleven parallel sessions. Our goal is to provide a setting that produces the kind of in-depth participation of a smaller conference while accommodating the variety of papers of a larger one. We currently expect the 2019 Cavalcade to take place in a comparable time frame to the 2017 Cavalcade (i.e., May 15-18). To give you an idea of the scale, the 2017 Cavalcade had 120 papers on the program in eight parallel sessions and more than 360 conference registrants. Presented papers, session chairs, and discussants are decided by SFS program committee.
The SFS uses the Cavalcade submission and registration fees to cover the cost of lunches on all session days, break-time food and drink on all session days, and complimentary registration to the conference and all events for all of the host school’s faculty and Ph.D. students. A host school bid offers to pay for some combination of items, such as receptions, dinners, breakfasts, or special events. In prior years, successful bidders have offered combinations that range in value from $30,000 to $60,000. Host schools are welcome to seek sponsorships and typically are able offset most or all of their costs. We ask only that the SFS be notified of the sponsors. Bids are required to specify: a faculty sponsor, an administrative/event planning contact, an indication that the school can provide facilities to host eight-to-eleven parallel sessions, and indication that local hotels can handle up to 500 visitors. We are accepting bids for SFS Cavalcade North America 2019 from July 1-October 1, 2017.
FURTHER INFORMATION: For more information, please visit sfs.org/sfs-cavalcade-north-america-2019 . For questions, please contact cavalcadenorthamerica@sfs.org. We request those who intend to bid to notify the committee of their intention as early as possible.
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*Announcement UNSW Scientia PhD Scholarships*
UNSW is seeking PhD scholars of exceptional quality to work on research projects aligned with our ten year strategy. These prestigious scholarships offer unique benefits, individualised support and guaranteed funding to reach your personal development goals.
SCHOLARSHIP OVERVIEW: UNSW is dedicated to harnessing our cutting-edge research to solve complex problems and improve the lives of people in local and global communities. Scientia scholars will have a strong commitment to making a difference in the world with demonstrated potential for contributing to the social engagement and/or global impact pillars of the UNSW 2025 Strategy.
Candidates have access to an enhanced culture of research excellence, leadership and community, and are provided with career coaching, mentoring and access to a suite of professional development activities.
UNSW Scientia PhD scholars are awarded a prestigious scholarship package of $50,000 per annum, comprising a tax-free living allowance of $40,000 per annum for 4 years, and a support package of up to $10,000 per annum to provide financial support for career development activities.
The Scientia Scheme is targeted in that applicants apply to a specific research area with an identified supervisory team and application is by nomination.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: For details of Business research projects and how to apply, go to: www.business.unsw.edu.au/students/scholarships/ postgraduate-research/scientia-phd-scholarships
Applications close 21 July 2017.
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*Call For Papers 8th Miami Behavioral Finance Conference*
December 16 – 17, 2017, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 33124, USA
umbfc.bus.miami.edu
The School of Business Administration at the University of Miami is organizing its eighth Behavioral Finance Conference. The conference will be held at the University of Miami campus in Coral Gables, Florida. The conference is sponsored by the Department of Finance at the University of Miami.
SPEAKER: Malcolm Baker from Harvard University will be the keynote speaker.
SUBMISSIONS: Papers from all areas of behavioral finance and economics will be considered. Researchers from other related disciplines such as experimental finance and neuro-finance are encouraged to submit a paper. We also encourage submissions from junior researchers and doctoral students. In addition to the regular paper presentations, we will have 2-4 short doctoral student presentations. All authors for these “doctoral” papers must be current doctoral students and not coauthored with faculty.
The program for last year’s conference is available at bus.miami.edu/umbfc/2016-conference
PROGRAM COMMITTEE: Alok Kumar, U Miami (Chair) Jawad Addoum, Cornell Malcolm Baker, Harvard Brad Barber, UC Davis Nick Barberis, Yale Peter Bossaerts, Melbourne Markus Brunnermeier, Princeton Tim Burch, U Miami Indraneel Chakraborty, U Miami James Choi, Yale Lauren Cohen, Harvard Henrik Cronqvist, U Miami Stefanos Delikouras, U Miami Doug Emery, U Miami Simon Gervais, Duke William Goetzmann, Yale John Graham, Duke John Griffin, UT-Austin Bing Han, U Toronto Cam Harvey, Duke and U Miami David Hirshleifer, UC Irvine Harrison Hong, Columbia Matti Keloharju, Aalto U George Korniotis, U Miami Charles Lee, Stanford Chris Malloy, Harvard Toby Moskowitz, Yale Terrance Odean, UC-Berkeley Ville Rantala, U Miami Jay Ritter, Florida Paul Schultz, Notre Dame Annette Vissing-Jorgensen, UC-Berkley Scott Weisbenner, Illinois Jeff Wurgler, NYU Wei Xiong, Princeton Fernando Zapatero, USC
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: To submit a paper, please visit bus.miami.edu/umbfc/paper-submission . Papers that are in an early stage (but completed) will be considered. Please do not submit a paper that has been accepted or close to being accepted for publication in a journal.
Submission Deadline: August 1st, 2017. Authors of selected papers will be notified by mid-September, 2017.
CONFERENCE FORMAT: The conference will take place on December 16 to 17. We will have 6-7 papers on day 1 (December 16) of the conference and 4-5 papers on day 2 (December 17). Each presenter will have 20-25 minutes to present the paper, followed by a 15-20 minute discussion. We are planning to organize a few social events at the end of day 1 followed by a conference dinner. The conference will conclude on December 17 in the afternoon.
ACCEPTANCE RATE: We typically receive about 200 submissions and accept 10 to 12 papers for the conference. Our plan is to accept 10 to 12 papers for the 2017 conference.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: We have negotiated reduced rates at a hotel in Coral Gables and we encourage staying at the conference hotel since we will arrange transportation to the University of Miami from the conference hotel. Please let us know if you need financial assistance since we have a limited budget to cover travel expenses for presenters and discussants. Note that the registration fee is waived for presenters and discussants.
If you are interested in participating, please register for the conference before November 15th, 2017. For additional information about the conference, please email umbfc@miami.edu. You can also contact the conference organizer, George Korniotis, at gkorniotis@miami.edu or the graduate student fellow, William Bazley, at wbazley@bus.miami.edu
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*Call For Papers Annual Inquire Europe Symposium (2018)*
18-20 March 2018, Dresden, Germany
As part of its activities, the Institute for Quantitative Investment Research (INQUIRE) Europe, organizes an annual symposium. The next year’s symposium will be organized in Dresden, Germany, 18-20 March 2018. A major part of the conference will be devoted to: “Risk management 10 years after the crisis”.
PAPER DETAILS: Authors, both academics and from the financial industry, are invited to submit papers for presentation at the symposium. Papers should have a quantitative background, with empirical testing of models, or other practical relevance and applications. We also encourage submissions of papers also on subtopics in the broad area of Institutional Investing and Asset Management that do not fit the main topic for the conference. The audience of the Inquire symposium consists of financial professionals, mostly asset managers, all with experience in quantitative analysis of financial markets. A typical presentation will last ca. 30 minutes, plus 30 minutes discussion with the audience. Papers for presentation will be selected by the program committee of Inquire Europe.
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Completed papers should be sent before Tuesday 12 September 2017 to Theo Nijman at Inquire-Europe@tilburguniversity.edu Selection will be based on full papers. (Please include a cover page with title, authors, addresses and phone numbers in the document).
INQUIRE will pay the travel (economy class) and lodging expenses for the speakers at the meeting. There are prizes for the best papers presented at the meeting, selected by the prize committee of INQUIRE Europe. The amount of the first prize is Euro 4.000, the second prize is Euro 2.000 and the third prize is Euro 1.000.
PROGRAM COMMITTEE: Chairperson: Helene Harasty Academic Coordinator: Theo Nijman
(The call for papers for the seminar in Montreux, 8-10 October 2017, was closed on Monday 10 May. The outcome of the paper selection for the program in Montreux will be communicated via e-mail in the course of August 2017).
If you would like to receive the “Inquire Call for papers” by e-mail, please register to our Inquire mailing list by sending an (empty) e-mail to this address: feb-inquire-request@lists.uvt.nl
Your e-mail address will automatically be added to the Inquire mailing list.
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*FRIC’17: Conference on Financial Frictions*
Copenhagen Business School and CEPR
August 17-18, 2017, Copenhagen, Denmark
The annual FRIC conference will focus on ‘Financial Institutions: Banking and Asset Management’ and takes place in Copenhagen on August 17-18, 2017.
REGISTRATION/FURTHER INFORMATION: See the program on the conference website and sign up here www.fricconference.cbs.dk
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Paul Glasserman, Columbia Business School Rafael Repullo, Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros (CEMFI) and CEPR Allan Timmermann, Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego and CEPR S. ‘Vish’ Viswanathan, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
SPEAKERS: Jennie Bai, Georgetown University Miguel Ferreira, Nova School of Business and Economics and CEPR Marcin T. Kacperczyk, Imperial College London and CEPR Adair Morse, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley Martin C. Schmalz, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan Ilya Strebulaev, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
DISCUSSANTS: Bo Becker, Stockholm School of Economics and CEPR Magnus Dahlquist, Stockholm School of Economics and CEPR Pedro Matos, University of Virginia, Darden School of Business Emanuel Monch, Deutsche Bundesbank and CEPR Suresh Sundaresan, Columbia Business School Morten Sorensen, Copenhagen Business School and CEPR
The conference is organized by Copenhagen Business School, Center for Financial Frictions (FRIC), the ERC project FRICTIONS, and Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR).
Registration deadline: August 7, 2017 at noon
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*Announcement & Call for Papers 54th Annual Eastern Finance Association Meeting*
April 11 – April 14, 2018, Sheraton Philadelphia Society Hill, Philadelphia, PA
Deadline for Submission: Monday, September 25, 2017
You are invited to participate in the 54th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Finance Association (EFA) at the Sheraton Philadelphia Society Hill ( www.sheratonphiladelphiasocietyhill.com ) in historic Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, one of the original founding cities of the United States. The conference will begin with a reception the evening of Wednesday, April 11, and will proceed with paper presentations, panels and tutorials from Thursday morning, April 12 through Saturday morning, April 14, 2018.
ABOUT THE VENUE: Philadelphia boasts numerous wonderful attractions beyond the conference itself. The hotel is located in the beautiful Society Hill section of Philadelphia and is located near many local attractions. The hotel is only a half mile (10 minute walk) away from the Independence National Park (www.nps.gov/inde/index.htm), which has both the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, where the founding documents of the United States (Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution) were signed. The hotel is also only a half mile (10 minute walk) from Elfreth’s Alley (www.elfrethsalley.org/work ), the oldest continuously lived on street in the United States. The hotel is also right near the Delaware River and close to the waterfront and its attractions, as well as near the many bars and multi-ethnic restaurants on 2nd Avenue and the evening nightlife on South Street. Other Philadelphia attractions include Philadelphia’s outstanding Museum Row on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway; highlights include the Rodin Museum (with the largest collection of Rodin’s works outside of Paris), the Franklin Institute, The Barnes Foundation (many impressionist works), and the Philadelphia Museum of Art (run up the famous steps that Rocky ran up)! Other attractions include the Philadelphia Zoo (the first true zoo in the United States), and many fine universities including the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University among many others.
MEETING DETAILS: The EFA 2018 annual meeting will be an excellent opportunity for academics, doctoral students, and practitioners to share ideas across all areas of financial research. As Program Chair, I invite you to submit for consideration your latest research, along with proposals for special sessions, tutorials, and panel discussions. Research covering a broad range of finance topics will be considered along with opportunities for sessions focused on pedagogy and current issues in finance. I also encourage you to spread the word to any of your colleagues who have not attended the EFA annual meeting in the past. Finally, please volunteer to serve as a program committee member, discussant, or session chair. The success of the EFA annual meeting depends on the dedication of our participants to serve in these vital roles.
TRACK CHAIRS: We are fortunate to have wonderful academics who have offered to serve as the Track Chairs for the 2018 EFA annual meeting. They are as follows: – Corporate Finance: Michel Habib, Univ. of Zurich and Nicole Boyson, Northeastern – Institutions and Markets: Russell Wermers, University of Maryland – Investments: Marc Lipson, Darden/U. Virginia and James Angel, Georgetown – International Finance: Larry Fauver, University of Tennessee – Special Topics/Derivatives: Jeff Harris, American University
TOPICS: For the first time, there will be a special Climate Change subject code; I encourage the submission of climate change papers, even preliminary ones, to this conference. Papers written with scientists and aimed for pure science journals are also encouraged, and abstracts/talks that would otherwise be appropriate for the American Geophysical Union meetings or other scientific conferences will also be considered if they have a financial or economic component.
The EFA 2018 annual meeting will also feature a variety of special academic sessions, which should make this conference unique. For example, there will be at least two special academic sessions on FinTech. My co-panelists on special session on FinTech at the EFA 2017 meetings, Roni Michaely (Cornell) and David Yermack (NYU), have agreed to help choose papers and chair these academic sessions. There will be a special FinTech subject code, and I encourage the submission of FinTech papers to these sessions.
In addition, there will be special academic sessions run by Philadelphia area schools (Penn/Wharton, Drexel, Temple, Villanova, Delaware, etc.) highlighting papers by their faculty. Washington area schools will also have special academic sessions (Georgetown, American Univ., etc.) as well. In addition, there will be special academic sessions featuring economists working at important Washington DC area financial regulators (the US Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC], The Federal Reserve Board of Governors [FRB], The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority [FINRA], etc.). All of these schools and regulators have committed to presenting their research and participating in the conference, and should make for some interesting sessions.
SUBMIT RESEARCH PAPERS OR IDEAS FOR SPECIAL SESSIONS: To submit a research paper for consideration, please submit a completed manuscript directly on the EFA website, www.easternfinance.org . To submit a paper you will need to create an EFA ID by registering on the EFA website. Once you have an ID, click on the “Submit Paper” link on the right-hand side of the EFA website to proceed with the submission process. There is a $35 submission fee and the deadline for submission is Monday September 25, 2017. Submissions will be accepted online starting July 15, 2017. All papers submitted through the EFA website will be double blind-reviewed by members of the EFA program committee.
Those wishing to organize a special session, panel discussion, or a tutorial should submit a proposal directly to the VP Programs ( vp-program@easternfinance.org). Submissions should include: – Topic and Format – Description of presenters’ background and the likelihood of obtaining these presenters – An explanation of why EFA members would be interested in attending the session
Authors of papers and special sessions selected for presentation will be notified in December 2017. For each accepted paper or proposal, an author will be required to register within four weeks of the acceptance notification to secure a place on the EFA annual meeting program. Additionally, any registered author of an accepted research paper will be obligated to discuss at least one paper at the meeting.
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED TO SERVE ON THE EFA PROGRAM COMMITTEE: The success of the EFA annual meeting depends heavily on the dedication of the EFA program committee. Program committee members review submitted papers (October) and organize academic sessions by recruiting chairs and discussants (January and February). I encourage you to volunteer by visiting the EFA website ( www.easternfinance.org ) and clicking on the “Participate” link. You can also reach the “Participate” link directly at etnpconferences.net/ efa/efa2018/PaperSubmissions/Participation.php
VOLUNTEER TO SERVE AS A DISCUSSANT AND/OR SESSION CHAIR: Discussants and session chairs provide an integral part of the experience of the academic sessions. By providing constructive criticism of papers presented, discussants help authors improve their research. Session chairs bring order to each session by ensuring that all session participants share adequate time to present their work. I encourage you to volunteer by visiting the EFA website (www.easternfinance.org ) and clicking on the “Participate” link. You can also reach the “Participate” link directly at etnpconferences.net/ efa/efa2018/PaperSubmissions/Participation.php
EFA 2018 DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR: Professor Joel Hasbrouck, the Kenneth G. Langone Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University, will present the keynote address and receive the EFA Distinguished Scholar Award for 2018.
OUTSTANDING PAPER AWARDS: Authors will have the opportunity to enter accepted papers for a variety of outstanding paper awards, including an award for a paper authored solely by doctoral student(s).
We look forward to your participation and welcoming you to Philadelphia in April. Michael A. Goldstein 2018 VP – Program, Babson College
FURTHER INFORMATION: For information regarding paper submissions or general questions please send correspondence to vp-program@easternfinance.org
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*Last Call For Papers 28th Annual Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting*
Nov 10th – 11th, 2017, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
The accounting and finance areas of the Fox School of Business and Management at Temple University invite authors to submit theoretical and empirical papers in all areas of finance and accounting for the 28th Annual Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting (CFEA).
CFEA is an annual conference hosted by members of a consortium of eight universities: Georgia State University, Indiana University, New York University, Rutgers University, Temple University, Tulane University, University of Maryland, and University of Toronto. It is a highly selective and refereed conference of research papers in financial economics and accounting. The conference aims to bring together financial economics and accounting scholars to share their research relevant to the theory and practice of business. In addition to the usual tracks within finance and accounting, we will have a joint track where the papers will be at the interface of finance and accounting.
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: We are using the services of SSRN for the conference submission process. The website for conference submission for the 2017 CFEA Conference is: hq.ssrn.com/conference=28th-CFEA-2017
The deadline for submitting papers is July 15, 2017. The submission fee is $40.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Our dinner keynote speaker will be Luigi Zingales, Robert C. McCormack Distinguished Service Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance, and Charles M. Harper Faculty Fellow at the University of Chicago. Our distinguished lunch speaker will be John Core, Nanyang Technological University Professor and Professor of Accounting at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
CFEA 2017 PROGRAM CHAIRS: Sudipta Basu, Sudipta.Basu@temple.edu (Accounting) Lalitha Naveen, lnaveen@temple.edu (Finance)
SPONSOR: Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University
Programs for the previous three CFEA conferences are available at: inside.rotman.utoronto.ca/cfea2016/program www.business.rutgers.edu/sites/default/files/user_ files/conferences/cfea-2015-program.pdf cfea.robinson.gsu.edu/programs
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*Call For Papers European Financial Management – Special Issue: “Corporate Policies and Asset Prices”*
Guest Editor: Professor Lu Zhang, Ohio State University
OBJECTIVE: The objective of the Special Issue is to publish high quality papers on the interaction between corporate policies and asset pricing. Topics suitable for the Special issue include, but are not limited to, the following: – Empirical studies on the relations between firm characteristics and expected securities returns – Factor models and their applications in the asset management industry – Explanations of asset pricing anomalies, neoclassical or behavioral – Asset pricing implications of corporate policies – The impact of time-varying risk premiums or investor sentiment on corporate decisions – Equilibrium asset pricing with production
PUBLICATION: All submitted papers will be handled by Professor Lu Zhang, the Guest Editor of the special issue, and will go through the journal’s (fast-track) standard blind review process.
ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION: Authors are invited to submit theoretical and empirical research papers electronically (two (2) files in PDF format: (1) Complete paper and (2) Paper without the name/s and affiliation/s of author/s) via the EFMA website: efmaefm.org/0EFMJOURNAL/submissions/ submissions.php indicating with a note that their paper should be considered from the EFM Special Issue. All submitted papers must include an abstract of 100 words explaining the contribution of the paper.
DEADLINE: The deadline for submissions is August 31, 2017
CORRESPONDENCE: Address all correspondence to:
Professor Lu Zhang Fisher College of Business The Ohio State University 760A Fisher Hall 2100 Neil Avenue Columbus OH 43210 Email: zhanglu@fisher.osu.edu
GUEST EDITOR: Professor Lu Zhang, Ohio State University
www.efmaefm.org “For the increase and dissemination of financial management knowledge”
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*Call For Papers 2017 Paris Financial Management Conference (PFMC-2017)*
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 18-20 December 2017, IPAG Business School, 184 Boulevard Saint-Germain, 75006 Paris, France
Deadline: July 31, 2017
pfmc2017.sciencesconf.org
You are cordially invited to submit your research papers (English only and in PDF files) for presentation consideration at the fifth edition of the Paris Financial Management Conference (PFMC – 2017) that will take place on 18 – 20 December 2017 in one of the most beautiful districts of Paris, “Saint-Germain-des-Pres”.
This conference aims to bring together academics, practitioners and policymakers sharing interests in corporate finance, financial management, and financial markets. It also provides a forum for presenting new research results as well as discussing current and challenging issues in financial management and related topics.
TOPICS: The scientific and organizing committees welcome submissions in all areas of financial management (early submission is highly encouraged).
The main topics of the conference include, but not limited to: Asset allocation and valuation; Banking regulation and financial services; Corporate governance; Corporate finance, IPOs, SEOs, M&A; Country funds and hedge funds; Debt issues; Emerging markets finance; Ethical finance and CSR; Financial accounting, regulation; Financial crises and contagion; Financial engineering and derivatives; Foreign currency issue; Global imbalances & sustainability; Market behavior efficiency; Multinational financial management; Portfolio management and optimization; Risk management.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: – Prof. Alex Edmans, Professor of Finance, London Business School, United Kingdom – Prof. Rossen Valkanov, Zable Endowed Chair Professor of Finance and Accounting, University of California San Diego, United States
CO-CHAIRS: – Sabri Boubaker, Champagne School of Management & University of Paris Est, France – Ephraim Clark, Middlesex University London, United Kingdom – Duc Khuong Nguyen, IPAG Business School, France & Indiana University, United States
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Authors are invited to submit their papers in PDF files, no later than 31 July 2017, through the conference website: pfmc2017.sciencesconf.org/user/submit
Submitted manuscripts will be peer-reviewed. No submission fee is required. General inquiries regarding the call for papers should be directed to any of conference chairs.
IMPORTANT DATES: – Submission deadline: July 31, 2017 – Notification of review results: September 15, 2017 – Registration deadline: October 31, 2017 – Conference event: December 18-19-20, 2017
PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITIES: In consultation with the conference organizers and the editors of Emerging Markets Review, Finance Research Letters, International Review Financial Analysis and Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, authors of selected papers will be invited to submit their manuscripts to a regular issue of these journals with fast track review.
FURTHER INFORMATION: For queries, please contact: – Sabri Boubaker (sabri.boubaker@get-mail.fr) – Ephraim Clark (E.Clark@mdx.ac.uk) – Duc Khuong Nguyen (duc.nguyen@ipag.fr)
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*Conference Announcement and Call for Papers 2017 Conference on Auditing and Capital Markets*
The conference is organized by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), in conjunction with the Journal of Accounting Research (JAR).
October 26-27, 2017, Washington, DC
By invitation only
OVERVIEW: The conference aims to foster high quality economic research on audit-related topics including the economic impact of auditing and audit regulation on capital markets.
Conference organizers are Luigi Zingales, University of Chicago and PCAOB; Christian Leuz, University of Chicago and PCAOB; Patricia Ledesma, PCAOB; and Michael Gurbutt, PCAOB.
TOPICS: The conference organizers encourage the submission of papers about all aspects of auditing of corporations, as well as the impact of regulation and oversight. Papers may be theoretical, archival or experimental in nature. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: – Role of the audit in capital formation and economic growth – Applications of regulatory economics to auditing – Market impact of audit regulation and oversight – Industrial organization of the audit profession – Political economy of auditing and accounting – Economic, social and behavioural incentives in the audit profession – Economic effects of the application of audit standards to audits of emerging growth companies – Economic and audit quality impacts of international regulatory audit reforms – Effects of audit and financial reporting failures on financial markets – Effects of multi-layered principal-agent relationships present in auditing – Applications of behavioral economics to auditing and financial reporting – Proxies for and indicators of audit quality and their potential usage and impact
The conference organizers also encourage the submission of papers of relevance to topics included on the PCAOB’s research agenda, specifically research related to: – Audit firm quality control systems – The auditor’s role in relation to company performance measures including non-GAAP measures – The use of data and technology in the conduct of audits – The auditors’ consideration of noncompliance with laws and regulations
The organizers also welcome the submission of papers relevant to projects listed on the PCAOB’s standard-setting agenda, economic analysis in standard setting, and other issues of relevance to the PCAOB’s mission, which, under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, is to protect the interests of investors and further the public interest in the preparation of informative, accurate and independent audit reports.
DUAL SUBMISSION PROCESS: For the 2017 conference, the PCAOB and JAR announce a new combined submission process. At your discretion, a paper submitted to the 2017 Conference on Auditing and Capital Markets may also be considered for publication by JAR free of charge. The rules for this dual submission process are as follows: (1) You must explicitly indicate you are interested in being considered for publication by JAR. (2) At the discretion of the JAR editors, a small number of dual submissions will be invited to submit to JAR. JAR will waive the fee on these submissions and only they will be formally reviewed. The authors of these submissions will receive a decision from JAR including one or more referee reports. All other conference submissions are not considered as being submitted to JAR and will not receive a referee report. (3) Papers submitted for dual consideration must not be under review at another journal or JAR, nor can they be considered for dual submission if previously rejected by JAR. (4) In the event that a dual submission that has been invited is subsequently rejected, its authors have the option to submit a future version of their paper to JAR without prejudice. At that point, it is considered a normal JAR submission. (5) While under consideration as a dual submission for the 2017 Conference on Auditing and Capital Markets and invitation by JAR, a paper may not be submitted to another journal (or JAR) until the author has been notified whether or not the paper will be in the small set of papers to be invited for reviewing at JAR. Authors should expect to hear by the end of August or early September.
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Please send a PDF version of your working paper, with a separate title page to facilitate a blind-review, by August 4, 2017 to CEA@pcaobus.org specifying “PCAOB/JAR Conference” in the subject line. Please indicate if you would like your paper to also be considered for dual submission and publication by JAR.
The PCAOB will reimburse presenters and discussants reasonable travel expenses and accommodations.
PROGRAM COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Luigi Zingales (Chair), University of Chicago and PCAOB Philip Berger (*), University of Chicago John Coates, Harvard University Angela Gore, George Washington University Luzi Hail, University of Pennsylvania Rachel Hayes, University of Utah Chris Hogan, Michigan State University Steven Kachelmeier, University of Texas at Austin Robert Knechel, University of Florida Clive Lennox, University of Southern California Christian Leuz (*), University of Chicago and PCAOB Maureen McNichols, Stanford University Miguel Minutti-Meza, University of Miami Karen Nelson, Texas Christian University Patricia O’Brien, University of Waterloo Mark Peecher, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Catherine Schrand, University of Pennsylvania Haresh Sapra (*), University of Chicago Suraj Srinivasan, Harvard University Douglas Skinner (*), University of Chicago Michael Willenborg, University of Connecticut
(*) Denotes Editors and Advisory Editors of JAR.
CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE: Attendance is free and by invitation only. Academics interested in receiving an invitation should contact the conference organizers at CEA@pcaobus.org
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*Call For Papers 2017 Auckland Finance Meeting*
18 to 20 December 2017, Crowne Plaza, Queenstown, New Zealand
www.acfr.aut.ac.nz/2017afm
The Auckland Centre for Financial Research at the Faculty of Business and Law, Auckland University of Technology is hosting its 7th Auckland Finance Meeting on 18-20 December 2017.
This year’s conference will be held in beautiful Queenstown at the Crowne Plaza Queenstown.
The Auckland Finance Meeting is a general finance conference, and we consider all papers related to finance topics.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Professor Darrell Duffie, Dean Witter Distinguished Professor of Finance, Stanford University
SPECIAL ISSUE: A special issue of the Pacific-Basin Finance Journal based on papers presented at the 2017 Auckland Finance Meeting will be dedicated to this conference.
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: To submit your paper, please go to the conference website: www.acfr.aut.ac.nz/2017afm . The deadline for paper submissions is 11 August 2017. Authors will be informed of the outcome of their submission by 31 August 2017 and registration will open shortly thereafter.
DOCTORAL SYMPOSIUM: A doctoral symposium will be hosted on 18 December leading in to the conference. Doctoral students are invited to submit either a chapter or paper based on a chapter to this symposium. Please submit your chapter/paper via email to afm@aut.ac.nz with subject line “Doctoral Symposium Submission”. The deadline for submissions to the doctoral symposium is 11 August 2017.
MEETING ORGANIZER: Bart Frijns, Auckland University of Technology
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