Research seminars

Independent Regulatory

Speaker: Mark Thatcher
London School of Economics

12 May 2004 - From 16h to 17h30

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Three aspects of

the life of IRAs (Independent Regulatory Agencies) after delegation are examined: their independence from elected officials,

their relationship with regulatees; their decision-making processes. The article suggests that IRAs enjoy considerable

insulation from elected politicians in terms of party politicisation and tenure. The picture for relations between IRAs and

business regulatees is more mixed: the two have been relatively separate in terms of the professional origins and

destinations of senior IRA staff and in some countries, there has been considerable legal conflict between them. However, in

an important and visible field such as merger control, IRAs have undertaken little activity. The greatest changes introduced

by IRAs have been in decision-making processes, which they have opened up, in contrast to closed processes before delegation.

The valuation of domestic and foreign earnings and the impact of investor sophistication

Speaker: Ole-Kristian HOPE
Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

6 April 2004 - From 10h to 12h

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Jocelyne DIOT
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Research Seminar
Accounting and control department

The valuation of domestic and foreign earnings and the impact of investor sophistication

Speaker: Ole-Kristian HOPE
University of Toronto, Canada

6 April 2004

“Validity of management control topoi. Towards constructivist pragmatism”

Speaker: Hanne S.O. NORREKLIT
Aarhus School of Business, Danemark

30 March 2004

“Corporate governance in the United States: aftermath of the Enron accounting scandal”

Speaker: J. Timothy SALE
University of Cincinnati, USA

30 March 2004

“The constructive Research approach”

Speaker: Kari LUKKA
Turku School of Economics and Business Administration, Finlande)

19 March 2004

“On interdisciplinary movements : the translation of Foucaultian perspectives into accounting research”

Speaker: Richard C. BAKER
University of Massachussetts, Dartmouth

16 January 2004

“Validity of management control topoi. Towards constructivist pragmatism”

Speaker: Hanne S.O. NORREKLIT
Aarhus School of Business, Danemark

30 November 1999

Balancing Multiple Competing Objectives with a Balanced Scorecard

Speaker: Markus GRANLUND
Turku School of Economics, Finland

30 November 1999 - From 14:00 to 16:00

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“The constructive Research approach”

Speaker: Kari LUKKA
Turku School of Economics and Business Administration, Finlande)

30 November 1999

The Effect of Firms’ Communication Complexity on Analyst Following and the Properties of Their Earnings Forecasts

Speaker: Reuven Lehavy
University of Michigan

1 January 1970


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