WHU Research Seminar

Das WHU Research Seminar ist integraler Bestandteil der Forschung an der WHU. Durch wissenschaftliche Vorträge, kritische Reflexion und Diskussionen lernen die Teilnehmer aktuelle Forschungsarbeiten aus unterschiedlichen betriebs- und volkswirtschaftlichen Disziplinen kennen.

Wissenschaftler der WHU und anderer Hochschulen stellen aktuelle Forschungsarbeiten aus ihrem jeweiligen Arbeitsgebiet vor. Problemstellungen, Modelle, Lösungsansätze, Ergebnisse etc. werden von den Referenten vorgetragen und im Plenum diskutiert. Die aus den Diskussionen gewonnenen Anregungen unterstützen die Referenten bei ihrer Arbeit.

Research Seminar in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Frühjahrssemester 2017

Referent Thema Termin
Prof. Gloria Barczak
Northeastern University
Social Strategy as a Means to Gain Knowledge for Innovation 26.09.2017
10:30
C-007
Francesco Chirico
Professor and Co-Director at CeFEO - Centre for Family Enterprise and Ownership, Jönköping International Business School, Sweden
Go on or let it go! Entrepreneurial Exit Strategies in Family Controlled Firms 01.03.2017
14:00
G-001/002

Research Seminar in Finance and Accounting Frühjahrssemester 2017

Referent Thema Termin
Prof. Daniel Amiram
Professor of Accounting, Columbia Business School
Do executive compensation contracts maximize firm value? Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment 08.09.2017
10:45
IPC-101
Prof. Dr. Audra Boone
TCU, The Neeley School of Business
Political Uncertainty and Firm Disclosure 05.09.2017
1:45
D-101
Prof. Yakov Amihud
NY Stern University
Liquidity, Investment & Production 29.08.2017
1:45
D-101
Prof. Dr. Ralf Elsas
LMU, Munich School of Management
The Dark Side of Short-Selling 28.08.2017
1:45
D-101
Saverio Bozzolan
Professor in Accounting at LUISS University
Consistency in Guidance Characteristics 30.06.2017
11:00
D-101
Shivaram Rajgopal
Kester and Byrnes Professor of Accounting and Auditing at Columbia Business School
Towards a Financial Statement Based Approach to Modeling Systemic Risk in Insurance and Banking 23.06.2017
11:30
D-101
Prof. Denis Gromb
HEC, Paris
The Paradox of Pledgeability 25.04.2017
1:45
D-101
Prof. Dr. Philip Joos
Department of Accountancy, Tilburg University
How do Analysts Process Managerial Earnings Forecasts? An Experimental Study Using Eye-Tracking Technology 21.04.2017
11:30
D-001
Dr. Christina Dargenidou
Senior Lecturer in Finance, Universtiy of Exeter
Real activities management to prevent fiscal deficits: Evidence from municipal corporations 31.03.2017
11:00
D-001
Cláudia Custódio
Imperial College Business School, UK
CEO Compensation and Real Estate Prices 28.03.2017
1:45
D-101
Luzi Hail
Associate Professor of Accounting, The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
Do Risk Disclosures Matter When It Counts? Evidence from the Swiss Franc Shock 23.03.2017
10:00
D-101
Paul Guest
University of Surrey, Surrey Business School, UK
Board Ethnic Diversity and Monitoring 21.03.2017
1:45
D-101
Dr. Philipp Schuster
Chair of Financial Engineering and Derivates at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Volume Dependent Bond Liquidity Measures and Their Asset Pricing Implications 14.03.2017
1:45
D-101
Prof. Dr. Christodoulos Louca
Assistant Professor in Finance at the Cyprus University of Technology
IPO Allocations and New Mutual Funds 07.03.2017
1:45
D-101
Prof. Dr. Igor Goncharov
Lancaster University Management School
Do central Banks try to avoid losses? Why? And does it matter for policy? 21.02.2017
1:45
D-101
Niamh Brennan
Professor of Accounting and Management, Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, UC Dublin
A Theoretical Framework of External Accounting Communication: Research Perspectives, Traditions, and Theories 10.02.2017
11:00
C-003
Johannes Voget
Professor of Taxation, University of Mannheim
International Taxation and Productivity Effects of M&As 13.01.2017
11:30
D-101

Research Seminar in Management Frühjahrssemester 2017

Referent Thema Termin
Ass.-Prof. Dr. Lukas Goretzki
Universtität Innsbruck
Back-stage and front-stage interactions in management accountants’ identity work 06.09.2017
16:00
C-003
Anna Ressi
PhD Student at the University of Graz, Center for Accounting Research
Vertical Boundaries and the Influence of Social Comparison 20.02.2017
16:30
C-003

Research Seminar in Supply Chain Management Frühjahrssemester 2017

Referent Thema Termin
John R. Birge
Distinguished Service Professor of Operations Management, The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business
Dynamic Learning in Strategic Pricing Games 10.02.2017
10:00
D-101