College of Business Administration

College of Business Administration Research Seminar Series –Spring 2012

 

Date

Time/Location

Presenter

Topic

Friday, January 27

11.00 am – 12.30 pm
in 401 SSB

Ehsan Bolandifar
PhD candidate in Operations Management at Washington University in St. Louis
“Risk-Aversion Happens: Hedging Commodity Material Purchases in a Bilateral Monopoly Supply Chain”

Friday, February 10

11.00 am – 12.30 pm
in 401 SSB

Steve Moehrle Professor of Accounting University of Missouri – St. Louis “Accounting and Financial Reporting in the U.S. Where are we and how did we get here? Columbus to SOX in 60 Minutes”
Wednesday,
February 15
4.00 pm-5.00 pm in 401 SSB Tamara Montag
ABD, St. Louis University
"Workplace creativity: Serendipitous or predictable?"
Friday, February 17 11.00 am – 12.30 pm
in 401 SSB
Robin Radtke Assistant Professor of Accounting Florida Atlantic University “Resolving Audit Engagement Challenges through Communication.”

Thursday, February 23

10.15 am – 11.45 am
in 401 SSB

Scott Soltis
PhD Candidate in Management University of Kentucky
“When ‘Fitting In’ isn’t Enough: The Moderating Role of Social Network Position on the Relationship Between Person-Environment Fit and Performance”

Friday, February 24

11.00 am – 12.30 pm
in 401 SSB

Candace Martinez Associate Professor of International Business Saint Louis University “Legal Legitimacy, Political Stability and MNE Entry into Developing Countries: The Role of BIT Design."

Friday, March 2

11.00 am – 12.30 pm
in 401 SSB

Sanaz Aghazadeh PhD candidate in Accounting University of Oklahoma “Expressed Confidence and Skepticism: The Effect of Expressed Confidence on Auditor Judgments”

Thursday, March 8

11.00 am –
12.30 pm
in 401 SSB

Deborah McBride
PhD candidate in Accounting University of Arizona
TBA
Friday,
March 9
11.00 am –
12.30 pm
in 401 SSB
Svetlana Krasteva
PhD candidate in Business Administration-Information Systems
University of Missouri – St. Louis
“Observations Regarding the History of the Study of Computer Personnel”
Tuesday, March 13 11.00 am – 12.30 pm
in 401 SSB
Bill Black
PhD candidate in Accounting University of Mississippi and Visiting Assistant Professor at Case-Western Reserve University
"Further Tales of Schism: US Accounting Faculty and Practice Credentials"
Friday, March 16 10.00 am – 11.00 am
in 401 SSB
Yiuman Tse
Professor of Finance, University of Texas at San Antonio

"The Relationship Among Agricultural Futures, ETFs, and the US Stock Market"

(Tables)

Friday, March 16 11.00 am – 12.30 pm
in 401 SSB
Dashan Huang
PhD candidate in Finance at Washington University in St. Louis
"The Servant of Two Masters: A Common Agency-Based Explanation for Side-by-Side Management"

March,
23-30

Spring Break Spring Break Spring Break
Friday,
April 6
11.00 am – 12.30 pm
in 401 SSB
Alok Shashwat
PhD candidate in Finance at Washington University in St. Louis
"How Do Conglomerates Structure Division Manager Incentive Contracts?"
Tuesday,
April 10
5.30 pm
126 SSB

Harlan Steinbaum
Author

"Tough Calls from the Corner Office"
Friday,
April 13
11.00 am – 12.30 pm
in 401 SSB
Anne Winkler and William Rogers Department of Economics University of Missouri – St. Louis “Foreclosures, Housing Prices, Labor Market Conditions and Household Formation, 2005-2010”
Friday,
April 20

CANCELED

   
Friday,
April 27

11.00 am – 12.30 pm
in 401 SSB

 

12.30 pm - 2.00 pm
in 401 SSB

James Hesford Associate Professor of Accounting The University of Akron

Felipe Cortes, Ph.D candidate in Finance at Washington University in St. Louis

TBA

 


"Loan tractability, bank size and credit analysis."

This seminar series is sponsored by UMSL’s
Graduate Business Programs Office.