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Wayne Guay

Yageo Professor

Professor of Accounting

Research Interests: executive compensation and incentives, executive stock holdings and trading behavior, corporate governance, financial reporting quality, the role of financial transparency in governance and contracting

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  • ACCT921 - Empirical Research in Accounting I

    The course covers empirical research design and provides students with a perspective on historically important accounting research. Topics covered such as research on the time-series and cross-sectional properties of financial accounting measures, capital markets behavior, financial intermediaries, and international accounting research.

    ACCT921301 

  • ACCT922 - Empirical Research in Accounting II

    The course covers empirical research design and provides students perspective on historically important accounting research. Topics covered such as research on the time-series and cross-sectional properties of financial accounting measures, capital markets behavior, financial intermediaries, and international accounting research. Topics covered may include corporate governance, executive compensation, debt contracting, accounting regulation, tax, and management accounting.

    ACCT922301 

  • ACCT991 - Seminar Colloquium

    Faculty led discussion prior to weekly research seminar presentations. Attendance at colloquium and seminar. Referee reports relating to research topics covered in discussions and seminars to be written.

    ACCT991301 

  • ACCT992 - Seminar Colloquium

    Faculty led discussion prior to weekly research seminar presentations. Attendance at colloquium and seminar. Referee reports relating to research topics covered in discussions and seminars to be written.

    ACCT992301