Hard copies of the papers will not be distributed at the Conference

Friday, November 7, 2014

Session I

“Delegated trade and risk premium”
Daniel Taylor (University of Pennsylvania)
Robert E. Verrecchia (University of Pennsylvania)

Discussants: Robert Bloomfield (Cornell University) and Matthew Bloomfield (University of Chicago)

Session II

“On guidance and volatility”
Mary Brooke Billings (New York University)
Robert Jennings (Indiana University)
Baruch Lev (New York University)

Discussant: Paul Healy (Harvard University)

Session III

“What is the value of sell-side analysts? Evidence from coverage initiation”
Kevin Li (University of Toronto)
Haifeng You (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

Discussant: Robert Hansen (Tulane University)

Session IV

“In Short Supply: Short‐Sellers and Stock Returns”
Messod Daniel Beneish (Indiana University)
Charles M.C. Lee (Stanford University)
Craig Nichols (Syracuse University)

Discussant: Adam Reed (University of North Carolina)

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Session V

“Does the revolving door affect the SEC’s enforcement outcomes? Initial evidence from civil litigation”
Ed deHaan (Stanford University)
Simi Kedia (Rutgers University)
Kevin Koh (Nanyang Technological University)
Shivaram Rajgopal (Emory University)

Discussant:  Rachel Hayes (University of Utah)

Session VI

“Textual analysis and international financial reporting: Large sample evidence”
Mark Lang (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Lorien Stice-Lawrence (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Discussant: Feng Li (University of Michigan)


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