Erasmus Accounting Workshop

Featuring the work of four researchers from top schools
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Friday 5 Apr 2024, 09:00 - 21:00
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We are pleased to announce the fourth edition of the Erasmus Accounting Workshop, to be held on Friday, 5 April 2024 (CET). This event features the work of four researchers from top schools, and aims to foster and strengthen the network of scholars around the world.


The workshop will be a full day in-person event with four 75 minute presentations, including short discussions:

09:15‑10:30Performance Pay Plans, Power and Product Prices
  • 09:15‑09:45 Speaker: Matt Bloomfield (Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania)
  • 09:45‑10:00 Discussant: Max Margolin, Erasmus University Rotterdam (RSM)
  • 10:00‑10:30 Audience Q&A
10:30‑11:00Coffee Break



AI-Enabled Anonymous Communication, Psychological Safety, and Speaking Up in Audit Teams
  • 11:00‑11:30 Speaker: Emily Griffith (Wisconsin School of Business)
  • 11:30‑11:45 Discussant: Christian Pietsch, Erasmus University Rotterdam (RSM)
  • 11:45‑12:15 Audience Q&A
12:15‑13:30Lunch (Erasmus Paviljoen)
13:30-14:45Do Words Matter? The Effect of Recognition Narrative Specificity and Prosocial Motivation on Work Effort
  • 13:30‑14:00 Speaker: Ryan Sommerfeldt (Washington State University)
  • 14:00‑14:15 Discussant: Elien Voermans, Erasmus University Rotterdam (ESE)
  • 14:15‑14:45 Audience Q&A
14:45‑15:15Coffee Break
15:15‑16:30The Effects of Decreased Financial Statement Comparability)
  • 15:15‑15:45 Speaker: Jeremy Michels (Purdue University)
  • 15:45‑16:00 Discussant: Patricia Breuer, Erasmus University Rotterdam (ESE)
  • 16:00‑16:30 Audience Q&A
18:00‑21:00Dinner at De TuinPlaszoom 354, 3062 CL Rotterdam



Previous speakers

  • Elizabeth Blankespoor (2023, University of Washington)
  • Aiyesha Dey (2023, Harvard Business School)                
  • Lisa de Simone (2023, University of Texas)
  • Timo Vogelsang (2023, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management)
  • Aneesh Raghunandan (2022, London School of Economics)
  • Christina Zhu (2022, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania)
  • Christoph Feichter (2022, Vienna University of Economics and Business)
  • Suhas Sridharan (2022, Emory University Goizueta Business School)
  • Carolyn Deller (2021, Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania)
  • Inna Abramova (2021, London Business School)
  • Rebecca Lester (2021, Stanford Graduate School of Business)
  • Rimmy Tomy (2021, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business)


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