Research

Department of Accounting, Auditing and Business Analytics

The Department of Accounting, Auditing and Business Analytics is responsible for all teaching in financial accounting, managerial accounting and auditing at the various programs offered by the BI Norwegian Business School.

Date Speaker Institution Title
28.08.18 Jake Thornock Marriott School of Management "Is there information Content in Information Acquisition ?"
07-08.09.18 DIV. Norwegian Business School Loop Supply Chain Workshop 2018
15.08.18 Ole-Kristian Hope Norwegian Business School Research Potpourri
15-16.06.18 MSAR-Manufacturing & Service Accounting Research Conference Norwegian Business School "Manufacturing and Service Accounting Research"
05.06.18 Estelle Altazin    
 08.05.18  Stefan Anchev  Umeå  
26-27.04.18 Scandinavian Accounting Research Conference Norwegian Business School  
29.11.17 Dan Zhang   «CEO’s Personal Portfolio and Corporate Policies». 
21.11.17 Christopher Bleibtreu   «The Effects of Mandatory Audit Firm Rotation on Big 4 and Non-Big 4 Audit Firms’ Market Shares and Client Importance».
06.10.17 Guochang Zhang   "On the efficiency of capital markets in processing financial-reporting information:New evidence from earnings releases".
05.05.17 Professor Gopall Krishan Bentley University Does managerial ability mitigate litigation related to financial reporting ?
27-28.04.17 Scandinavian Accounting Research Conference Norwegian Business School Scandinavian Accounting Research Conference
21.03.17 Even-Tov Omri   What Drives Acquisitions Offers: Information or Synergy?- Evidence from Failed Acquisition Offers
14.03.17 João Oloveira University of Porto Control and Creativity in the Audiovisual sector
14.03.17 Transocean seminar Norwegian Business School Hvilke lærdommer kan vi trekke av Transocean saken ?
08.03.17 Joakim Kembro   Omni-channels and digitalisation
02.03.17 Persson seminar Norwegian Business School Digitalisering innen Supply Chain Management
28.02.17 Anders Thorstenson Aarhus University Service levels for inventory performance in supply chain management