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In mergers and acquisitions, why do firms from developing countries bid higher? Do analysts notes provide new information?

These are some of the questions Accounting faculty pose in their widely published research. Find out more about our world-class faculty, their research, what they teach and the academic events they organize in this section.

Faculty

Accounting Faculty

Rotman’s accounting area has a strong group of accomplished researchers and educators. They conduct cutting edge research in financial and managerial accounting, auditing, taxation, and related fields in financial economics. They are ranked among the best-published in the world and present their research findings in seminars and conferences around the world.

Seminars & Workshops

Seminars

The Certified Management Accountants (CMA), the body that grants professional designations in management accounting and regulates its members under the authorization of provincial legislation, sponsors a series of seminars in junction with Rotman faculty organizers, Alex Edwards and Scott Liao. The area also manages an annual Accounting Research Conference.

Conferences

Conferences

Eighth Annual Rotman Accounting Research Conference

Links

Accounting Links

The following list of links connects you to a range of organzations, including accounting educators, professional accountants, and others who are involved in, or concerned about, research and education in accounting and related areas.

Accounting MBA ElectivesWHAT WE TEACH

Robyn Ross, MBA 2013
Choose from a range of MBA electives taught by our world-renowned Accounting faculty.

Accounting PhD ProgramWhat We Teach

Accounting PhD Student (temp. replacement)
Accounting research requires a mastery of economics, econometrics, and finance. Learn more about our exceptional PhD program.

Contact UsAccounting

Area Coordinator

Wally J. Smieliauskas
Professor of Accounting
Email: wally.smieliauskas@rotman.utoronto.ca

Faculty - Ole-Kristian Hope - Leading the World in Accounting

Ole-Kristian Hope is the Deloitte Professor of Accounting