Conference, Seminar and Workshop Participations

2015

July 1-2, 2015, Prague, Czech Republic. The 5th Workshop on Current Research in Taxation.

May 7, 2015, Norwegian School of Economics, Bergen, Norway. Presentation of the paper “Insider Trading and Tax Noncompliance”.

April 24, 2015, School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus Uinversity. Ph.D. thesis opponent.

2014

November 17-18, 2014, University of St. Gallen, Swizerland. Presentation of a paper "Do White-Collar Employee Incentives Improve Firm Profitability?".

November 13-14, 2014, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark. Nordic Accounting Conference 2014.

March 19, 2014, University of Exeter, UK. Presentation of a paper “Does an Auditor’s IQ Matter? Evidence Based on Unique Data on Swedish Auditors”.

March 18, 2014, University of Bristol, UK. Presentation of a paper “Does an Auditor’s IQ Matter? Evidence Based on Unique Data on Swedish Auditors”.

February 14, 2014, Umeå School of Business and Economics. Sweden. Presentation of the paper "Do White-Collar Employee Incentives Improve Firm Profitability?".

2013

November 27, 2013, St. Petersburg, Russia. Thesis opponent.

November 8, 2013, Stockholm School of Economics. Presentation of the paper "Do White-Collar Employee Incentives Improve Firm Profitability?".

October 4, 2013, University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law, Gothenburg, Sweden. Opponent of a Licentiate Thesis by Peter Frii. Presentation of the paper "Do White Collar Employee Incentives Improve Firm Performance?"

2012

November 15-16, 2012, Nordic Accounting Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.

August 4-8, 2012, American Accounting Association, Washington, DC.

June 4-17, 2012, Stockholm School of Economics. Visit and a presentation at a Research Seminar Series.

May 8, 2012, Copenhagen Business School. Presentation at a Research Seminar Series.

Feb 1, 2012, University of Jyväskylä. Presentation of the paper " The Association between Individual Audit Partners’ Risk Preferences and the Composition of their Client Portfolios" co-authored by Eli Amir and Henrik Nilsson.

Jan 20, 2012, Stockholm School of Economics. Opponent of the Ph.D. dissertation.

2011

Sep 7, 2011, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway. Presentation of the paper "Would You Trust an Opinion Signed by a Convicted Auditor?" co-authored by Eli Amir and Henrik Nilsson.

Mar 3, 2011, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden. Presentation of the paper “CEO Personal Wealth, Equity Incentives and Firm Performance” co-authored by A. Elsilä, H. Nilsson and P. Sahlström.

Feb 16, 2011, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy. Presentation of the paper: "Would You Trust an Opinion Signed by a Convicted Auditor?" co-authored by Eli Amir and Henrik Nilsson.

Jan 24, 2011, INSEAD, France. Presentationof the paper: "Criminal Convictions, Governance, and Corporate Performance" co-authored by Eli Amir and Henrik Nilsson.

2010

Dec 16, 2010, Hanken School of Economics, Vaasa, Finland. Opponent of the Ph.D. dissertation "Detecting earnings management using neural networks" by Henrik Höglund.

Nov 26, 2010, Copenhagen Business School, Nordic Conference on Financial Accounting. Presentation: “Do Bad CEOs and Directors Increase the Likelihood of the Financial Distress of the Firm?”.

June 17-18, 2010, The 9th London Business School Accounting Symposium.

June 11, 2010, Stockholm School of Economics, Summer Accounting Research Conference. Presentation: “Do Bad CEOs and Directors Increase the Likelihood of the Financial Distress of the Firm?”.

Feb 24, 2010, The Institute of Financial Research (Stockholm School of Economics), Conference on Fair Value Accounting.

Jan 5, 2010, Tel Aviv University, Research Seminar Series in Accounting and Finance. Presentation: “Personal Character and Firm Performance The Economic Implications of Having Fraudulent Board Members”.

2009

Sep 11, 2009, Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland. Opponent of the Ph.D. dissertation "Essays on corporate governance and the quality of disclosed earnings" by Sheraz Ahmed.

June 19-20, 2009, The 8th London Business School Accounting Symposium.

May 6, 2009, Stockholm School Economics, Research Seminar Series in Accounting. Presentation: “The Entrenchment Problem, Corporate Governance Mechanisms and Firm Value”.

2008

Oct 10, 2008, London Business School, Research Seminar Series in Accounting. Presentation: “Why Do Insiders Trade? Evidence Based on Unique Data on Swedish Insiders”.

May 15-17,2008, The 42nd Euro Working Group on Financial Modelling (XLII EWGFM) Meeting, Stockholm, Sweden. Presentation: “Why Do Insiders Trade? Evidence Based on Unique Data on Swedish Insiders”. Discussion: “Local Bias of Investors in Sweden” by Taylan Mavruk.

Jun 4-6, 2008, The 2008 Financial Management Association (FMA), European Conference, Prague, Austria. Presentation: “Stock Market Valuation, Profitability and R&D spending of the Firm: the Effect of Technology Mergers and Acquisitions”. Discussion: “The Efficiency of Stock-Based Incentives: Experimental Evidence” by Steven Huddart and Abdullah Yavas.

Apr 23-25, 2008, The 31st Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.