The University of Georgia Fall Accounting Symposium will be held Friday, September 15, through Saturday, September 16.



Friday, September 15

10:00-11:00With a Grain of Salt: Uncertain Veracity of External News and Firm Disclosures, Beatrice Michaeli
11:15-12:15Information flows are a two-way street: the effect of fund-analyst relationships on analyst outputs, Zachary Kaplan
1:30-2:30Consumer Responses to the Revelation of Corporate Social Irresponsibility, Emmanuel De George
2:45-3:45The Price of an Accountant Shortage: Evidence from Job Vacancy Duration and Internal Control Weaknesses, Rebecca Hann
5:30-7:00Dinner at John Campbell’s Residence

Saturday, September 16

11:00-3:00Tailgate Reception at Terry BLC
3:00Football Game vs. South Carolina

This conference is by invitation only. There is no conference fee, but participants are responsible for their own travel and lodging. Lodging accommodations are arranged at the SpringHill Suites in downtown Athens. Details on formal registration and lodging will be provided to registered conference participants.

Hosted by

J.M. Tull School of Accounting
Terry College of Business
University of Georgia
Athens, GA

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  • PwC Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor, J.M. Tull School of Accounting