Congratulations to Winners at the AFAANZ Conference

AFAANZ congratulates winners in the below categories announced at the annual conference held 1 - 3 July, 2018. 

Best PhD Award
Ra-Pee Pattanapanyasat, University of Melbourne for her thesis "The Economics of Disclosure Decisions in Equity Crowdfunding" supervised by Professor Naomi Soderstrom and Dr Yunyan Zhang

Peter Brownell Manuscript Award
Adriana Cordis and Chris Kirby for their paper "Capital expenditures and firm performance: evidence from a cross-sectional analysis of stock returns" Accounting & Finance Journal, Volume 57, Issue 4

Philip Brown Award
Kingsley Fong, Craig Holden, Charles Trzcinka for their paper "What Are the Best Liquidity Proxies for Global Research?" Review of Finance 21

Outstanding Practice Award - Joint Winners

Professor Keryn Chalmers, Swinburne University and Professor Ann Tarca, International Accounting Standards Board

Best Paper Award

StreamNamesPaper Title
Accounting History, Critical Perspectives, Interdisciplinary, Public Sector/Not for Profit, TaxationChristof Beuselinck, Belen Blanco, Sandip Dhole, Gerald LodoFinancial Statement, Readability and Tax Aggressiveness
AuditingEunice Khoo, Youngdeok Lim, Gary MonroeThe Impact of Audit Committee Members' Reputation Incentives on Monitoring the Financial Reporting Process
Corporate FinanceChelsea LiuAre Women Greener? Corporate Gender Diversity and Environmental Lawsuits
Corporate GovernanceMargaret Abernethy, Like Jiang, Flora KuangCan Organizational Identity Mitigate the CEO Horizon Problem?
Corporate Social ResponsibilityDaniela Juric, Shannon Sidaway, Craig DeeganThe ART of Accountability: Reporting of success rates by Assisted Reporductive Technology providers in Australia
EducationWarrick Long, Lisa Barnes, Tony Williams, Maria NorthcoteThe Disruptive Changing Accounting University Environment: How Accounting Academics have been gazumped
Finance - Asset pricingPaul Geertsema and Helen LuThe Correlation Structure of Anomaly Strategies
Finance - OtherSarah OsborneThe Asymmetric Private Information Mask: A Comparative Analysis of Private Equity Bids and Tender/Merger Offers
Financial AccountingTami Dinh, Baljit K. Sidhu, Chuan YuThe Role of Accounting Rules in Mitigating Managerial Myopia: The Case of Investment in Software Development and R&D
Management AccountingPaul Andon, Jane Baxter, Linda EnglishAccountability, Distance-Repair, and Public-Private Partnerships: The Case of an Australian Prison
Ball and BrownNeal Arthur, Victoria Clout, Tina Huynh, Meishan MaiComponents of other comprehensive income and analyst forecasting behaviour
Research InteractiveSyrus IslamCan Firms Live with Unrealistic Performance Targets Intentionally?