Sixth Meeting on MEAFA, 31 Jan - 1 Feb 2013

Description

The annual MEAFA meeting brings together a multi-disciplinary audience from accounting, finance, business analytics and economics to discuss methodological advances in applied financial analysis. This is a workshop that is set in a relaxed environment and aims to stimulate discussion and encourage interaction amongst participants.

The 2013 meeting will feature extended presentations from international keynote speakers and MEAFA members. To maximise feedback, each presentation includes a detailed response by a discussant followed by a general discussion amongst participants.

Programme

Thursday 31 January 2013

08:45

Arrival - welcoming tea and coffee

09:30-10:45

Prof Charles Lee, Stanford University
Discussant: Prof Paul Dunmore, Massey University

10:45-11:15

Morning break

11:15-12:30

Dr Andrey Vasnev, the University of Sydney
Discussant: Prof Robert Bartels, University of Sydney

12:30-13:30

Lunch provided at the Darlington Centre

13:30-14:45

Dr Helena Isidro, Instituto Universitario de Lisboa (ISCTE)
Discussant: Dr Neal Arthur, University of Sydney

14:45-15:15

Afternoon break

15:15-16:30

A/Prof Graham Partington, the University of Sydney
Discussant: Dr Maxwell Stevenson, University of Sydney

Friday 1 February 2013

09:15

Arrival

09:30-10:45

Prof Renee Adams, University of New South Wales (UNSW)
Discussant: Dr Antonio Manuel Corte Real de Freitas Miguel, Instituto Universitario de Lisboa (ISCTE)

10:45-11:15

Morning break

11:15-12:30

Prof Guenther Gebhardt, Frankfurt University
Discussant: Dr Ehsan Khansalar, Kingston University London

12:30-13:30

Lunch provided at the Darlington Centre

13:30-14:45

Prof Stuart McLeay, the University of Sydney
Discussant: Dr Richard Gerlach, the University of Sydney

14:45-15:15

Afternoon break

15:15-16:30

A/Prof Sandra van der Laan, the University of Sydney
Market reaction to financial reporting relief: deeds of cross guarantee
Discussant: Prof Roger Willett, University of Tasmania

16:30-17:00

Closing Notes

Organising committee

Dr Demetris Christodoulou

Prof Stuart McLeay