The Interaction of Communities, Religion, Governments, and Corruption in the Enforcement of Contracts and Social Norms
EconomicsSeminar( 2018-15)Topic: The Interaction of Communities, Religion, Governments, and Corruption in the Enforcement of Contracts and Social NormsCoauthored with Matt Jackson (Stanford University)Speaker: Yiqing XING, Johns Hopkins UniversityTime: Tuesday, June 12, 13:30-15:00p.mPlace: Room 217, Guanghua building2Abstract:Are informal communities and formal government policing substitutes ...
Call for Papers and Participants Accounting and Business Research Special Issue Conference on ‘Auditing in China’
Call for Papers and ParticipantsAccounting and Business ResearchSpecial Issue Conference on ‘Auditing in China’8-9 December, 2018Beijing, China Conference Paper Submission Deadline:1 October 2018Keynote Speaker:Professor Mark DeFond is the A. N. Mosich Chair of Accounting, Leventhal School of Accounting, University of Southern California. His research investigates issues in auditing, internat...
A Model of Smart Technologies
Marketing Seminar（2018-11）Topic:A Model of Smart TechnologiesSpeaker:Monic Sun, Associate Professor of Marketing, Boston University’s Questrom School of BusinessTime:Wednesday, 27 June, 13:30-15:00Location:Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:We study the pricing and profit implications of smart technologies that can predict consumers’ real-time needs based on contextual factors and his pa...
The Influence of Product Anthropomorphism on Comparative Judgment
Marketing Seminar（2018-10）Topic:The Influence of Product Anthropomorphism on Comparative JudgmentSpeaker:Echo Wan, Professor of Marketing, University of Hong KongTime:Monday, 25 June, 13:30-15:00Location:Room 216, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:The present research proposes a new perspective to investigate the effect of product anthropomorphism on consumers’ comparative judgment strategy in com...
You Have Been Forewarned! The Effects of Risk Management Disclosures and Disclosure Tone on Investors’ Judgments
Accounting Seminar（2018-12）Topic:You Have Been Forewarned! The Effects of Risk Management Disclosures and Disclosure Tone on Investors’ JudgmentsSpeaker:Tan Hun-Tong, Professor of Accounting, Nanyang Business School Nanyang Technological UniversityTime:Monday, 25 June, 10:00-11:30Location:Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:Unlike other regimes, extant SEC risk disclosure standards require...
Does Management Earnings Forecast Matter in Private Loan Markets?
Accounting Seminar（2018-11）Topic:Does Management Earnings Forecast Matter in Private Loan Markets?Speaker:Jennifer Wu Tucker, Fisher School of Accounting, University of FloridaTime:Friday, June 22nd, 15:00-16:30Place:Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:Most prior research examines the information role of management earnings forecast (MEF) in equity markets. We investigate the confirmation r...
The Unintended Effect of Tax Avoidance Crackdown on Corporate Innovation
Accounting Seminar（2018-10）Topic:The Unintended Effect of Tax Avoidance Crackdown on Corporate InnovationSpeaker:Mark (Shuai) Ma, Kogod School of Business, American UniversityTime:Thursday, June 21st, 10:00-11:30Place:Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:To constrain the use of intangible assets in tax-motivated income shifting and thus crackdown on corporate tax avoidance, many U.S. state g...
市场营销系讲座（2018-09）题 目：基于弹幕的在线社交对视频扩散的影响报告人：姚凯, 助理教授, 中央财经大学商学院市场营销系时 间：周三, 6月20日, 13:30-15:00地 点：光华2号楼，217教室摘 要:弹幕是观众在观影过程中发表的评论信息，并实时嵌入视频播放过程，其他观众在观看过程中也能看见，近年来在商业实践中得到了广泛的应用。该研究从消费者行为的角度出发，探究消费者使用弹幕的动机，以及弹幕如何影响视频的扩散。为...
Preemption Through Non-disclosure
Accounting Seminar（2018-09）Topic:Preemption Through Non-disclosureSpeaker:Ran Zhao, Chapman UniversityTime:Friday, June 15th, 10:00-11:30 a.mPlace:Room 217, Guanghua Building 2 Abstract:An informed bidder can voluntarily disclose his private information on the value of an auctioned asset to rival bidders and the seller. We examine the informed bidder's optimal disclosure policy and the result...
Controllability of Risk and the Design of Incentive-Compensation Contracts
Accounting Seminar（2018-08）Topic:Controllability of Risk and the Design of Incentive-Compensation ContractsSpeaker:Sterling Huang, Singapore Management UniversityTime:Wednesday, June 13th, 10:00-11:30 a.mPlace:Room 217, Guanghua Building 2Abstract:We examine how the ability to control firm exposure to risk affects the design of executive compensation contracts. To do so, we use the introduc...