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Thematics :

ACL research seminar series are organised by the Accounting, Control and Legal affairs department and open to all.

This seminar takes place once a month during 1 hour.

Contact: Rong DING, rong.ding@neoma-bs.fr

2022-2023

The shedule will be updated on a regular basis

14th October 2022 in Rouen campus, Room B213.

  • From 14:00 to 15:30: Rong Ding (NEOMA BS), “Do Director Networks Matter for Environmental Disclosures in Heavily Polluting Industries? Evidence from China”

 24th November 2022 in Paris campus, Room 403.

  • From 14:00 to 15:30: Simone Traini (NHH Norwegian School of Economics): “Foreign Institutional Ownership and Corporate Tax Planning”
  • From 15:30 to 17:00: Jeong-Hoon HYUN (NEOMA BS): “Incentive System Design When Earnings Congruence is Low”

 22nd December 2022 in Reims campus, Room 1B-105.

  • From 14:00 to 15:30: Yunqi Xu (NEOMA BS), “Equity-debt Dual Holdings and Demand for High-quality Audits”

10th March 2023, from 14:00 to 15:30 in Paris campus, room 403

  • Keith Robson (HEC Paris), “Technological mediation, mediating morality and the moral imaginaries of design: performance measurement systems in the pharmaceutical industry”

6th April 2023, Paris campus, room 401A.

  • 2:00pm to 3:30pm: Han Wu (HEC Paris), “The (In)Visibility of Undisclosed Political Connections”
  • 3:30 pm to 5:00pm: Chih-Chieh Hsieh (NEOMA BS), “Effect of Audit-Firm Membership in Alliances, Associations and Networks on Tax Planning – International Evidence”

4th May in Reims campus 2, Room 2B109

  • From 14:00 to 15:30: P Seung Hwan (Peter) Oh (McGill University, Canada), “Do Audit Committee Members with Tarnished Reputations Learn from their Mistakes?

22nd June, from 14:00 to 15:30 in Paris campus, Room 401a

  • Crystal Yanting SHI (HEC Paris), “Internal Control Processes and Employee Job Satisfaction”

Previous seminars

2021-2022

November 25th – Pr. Sean Cao (Georgia State University): “How to Talk When a Machine is Listening: Corporate Disclosure in the Age of AI”

January 27th – Chih-Chieh (Chris) HSIEH (NEOMA): “VAT Adoption and Corporate Income Tax Avoidance”

March 3rd

  • From 2:00pm to 3:30pm: Stéphanie Thiery (ICN Nancy) and Stéphane Lhuillery (NEOMA BS, Finance Dpt), “Gender, Position, and Earnings Management”
  • From 3:30pm to 5:00pm: Jeong-Hoon (David) Hyun (NEOMA BS), “When and Where Does the Tournament Prize Matter?”

April 7th

  • From 2:00pm to 3:30pm: Albert Kwame Mensah (HEC Paris), “Wisdom of crowds as a verification tool in bank lending: Evidence from borrowers’ customer tweets”

  • From 3:30pm to 5:00pm: Wenhong DING (NEOMA BS), Heading into the Digital Age: Intelligent Manufacturing and Asymmetric Cost Behavior

June 16th

  • From 2:30pm to 3:45pm: Wenxuan HOU (University of Edinburgh, Business School), Witchcraft and financial development

  • From 3:p45m to 5:00pm: Pierre LESCOAT (NEOMA BS), Sustainable Careers and Performance Evaluation Systems: The Example of Investment Bankers

2020-2021

  • Vendredi 16 octobre :
    Pr. Olivier DESPLEBIN, Université de Rouen – “Blockchain et comptabilité”.
  • Jeudi 5 novembre à 16h :
    Pr Fahim Javed (Le Mans Université), Pr Mehdi Nekhili (Le Mans Université) et Pr Haithem Nagati (EM Lyon) – “Looking beyond homophily: Board gender quota law and the choice of gender-diverse audit partners”.
  • Mardi 19 janvier à 15h00 :
    Pr. Pénélope Van den Bussche (Dauphine) et Pr. Claire Dambrin (ESCP) – “Assetizing the self: human capital on peer-to-peer platforms“.
  • Jeudi 11 février
    • à 15h30, “Knowledge sources of internal audit innovation“, Pr Marion Tellechea (ICN), Stéphanie Thiery Dubuisson (ICN) et Stéphane Lhuillery (NEOMA)
    • à 16h30 :
      “We all have better things to do than do audit work”. Accepting compromises in audit work: An ethnography of junior auditors in Big 4 firms”, Pr Sébastien Stenger (ISG)
  • Mardi 30 mars à 16h
    Pr. Thomas Bourveau (Columbia Business School, New York) “Public Company Auditing Around the Securities Exchange Act”