Florida Accounting Symposium

2022 Florida Accounting Symposium

September 16-17, 2022, Coral Gables, FL

At University of Miami

Call for Papers

We are delighted to invite accounting researchers from all accounting Ph.D. granting institutions within Florida to submit manuscripts to the seventh annual Florida Accounting Symposium (FAS). The FAS’ objective is to facilitate the interaction of accounting researchers (especially junior faculty and doctoral students) and the exchange of research ideas in the great Sunshine State. The University of Florida, Florida State University, and the University of Miami will take turns hosting the annual FAS. The seventh conference will be held on September 16-17, 2022 in Coral Gables, Florida.

The 2022 FAS submission deadline is July 10, 2022. Papers will be selected by the Program Committee. Submitting authors will be notified of the program committee’s decisions no later than August 12.

Both accounting faculty and doctoral students from accounting Ph.D. granting institutions within Florida are invited to attend the conference. Registration before August 31 is required but no registration fee is charged. The conference will start with lunch at noon on Friday, September 16, and end right after lunch on Saturday, September 17. The 2022 program will be posted by the end of August.

For submissions and questions, please contact:

Daniele Macciocchi

University of Miami



Program Committee for the 2022 FAS:
Bruce Billings, Florida State University
Marcus Kirk, University of Florida
Daniele Macciocchi, University of Miami
Landon Mauler, Florida State University
Sundaresh Ramnath, University of Miami
Jennifer Wu Tucker, University of Florida

Hotel Information

Hampton Inn Miami-Coconut Grove/Coral Gables
2800 SW 28th Terrace
Coconut Grove, FL 33133

Room Reservations

The hotel is conveniently located across from the Metrorail Station of Coconut Grove which provides transportation to and from the University Station of UM.


2022 Florida Accounting Symposium


  • Friday, 1:30-2:15 p.m.Do Information Processing Costs Matter to Regulators? Evidence from the U.S. Shadow Bank Supervision. Philip Wang (University of Florida)
  • Friday, 2:20-3:05 p.m.Educating Municipal Advice. Gabriel Pündrich (University of Florida)
  • Friday, 3:30-4:15 p.m.Selective Private Disclosure: Is Silence Truly Golden? Anthony Joffre (University of Miami)
  • Friday, 4:20-5:05 p.m.Does Lowball Guidance Work? An Analysis of Firms That Consistently Beat Their Guidance by Large Margins. Michael Tang (Florida International University)
  • Saturday, 9:20-10:05 a.m.The Role of International Experience in Audit Partners’ Careers. Ally Zimmerman (Florida State University)
  • Saturday, 10:10-10:55 a.m.The Consequences of a Decrease in the Threat of PCAOB’s Inspections and the HFCAA for Chinese Companies. Yini Wang (University of Miami)
  • Saturday, 11:20-12:05 p.m. Pessimism in Analysts’ Tax Forecasts: Evidence from Tax Uncertainty. Jenna El-Khalili (University of Florida)
  • Saturday, 12:10-12:55 p.m.Customer Firms’ Earnings Management Mechanisms and Their Suppliers’ Trade Credit. Maya Thevenot (Florida Atlantic University)

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