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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät

Bianca Beyer

 

 

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Dorotheenstraße 1, room 207

+49 30 2093-99445

bianca.beyer (at) hu-berlin.de

On appointment

 

 

Teaching involvement

Current: Grundlagen der Wirtschaftsprüfung (Winter 2021/22, UE)

Past:

Master's Thesis Seminar - Accounting (Summer 2021)
Financial Accounting and Analysis (Winter 2020/21, UE)
Valuation (Summer 2020, UE)

 

TRR266-Affiliation

B02 - Private Firm Transparency

B04 - Real Effects of Accounting Transparency

 

Research interests

Real effects of corporate disclosures
Private firms' disclosures
CEO compensation
Corporate Governance; Board of Directors

 

Main research methods

Empirical-archival

 

Current working papers/work in progress

  • Neue Mikrodaten zu Unternehmensinsolvenzen in Deutschland: Die insol Datenbank (2021), unpublished working paper, with Janja Brendel (CUHK), Joachim Gassen and Sebastian Geschonke (both at HU Berlin). Sub-project of the TRR 266 Accounting for Transparency (DFG).
  • Private firm transparency and public peers' information environment. Work in progress, with Vanessa Flagmeier (University of Passau) and Urška Kosi (University of Paderborn). Sub-project of the TRR 266 Accounting for Transparency (DFG).
  • Consumer reactions and firms' non-financial information. Work in progress, with Ann-Kristin Großkopf (LMU Munich). Sub-project of the TRR 266 Accounting for Transparency (DFG).
  • An investigation into the relevance and reliability of intangible assets under IFRS by their generation: Evidence from a European sample (2021), unpublished working paper, with Stefan Miels.
  • The smartest guys in the [board]room: Directors' intelligence, CEO compensation, and firm performance (2020), unpublished working paper, with Juha-Pekka Kallunki (University of Oulu) and Henrik Nilsson (Stockholm School of Economics).
  • Paywatch - Directors' skin in the game and executive compensation (2020), unpublished working paper, with Juha-Pekka Kallunki (University of Oulu) and Henrik Nilsson (Stockholm School of Economics) and Anna Rossi (University of Oulu).
  • Are convicted CEOs paid differently? Evidence from unique Swedish data (2018), unpublished working paper, with Juha-Pekka Kallunki (University of Oulu) and Henrik Nilsson (Stockholm School of Economics) and Anna Rossi (University of Oulu).