AES Summer School 2022
Welcome to the 2022 AES summer school main page. Please find in this page a registration link and a tentative schedule. Additional documents will be shared directly on this page so please bookmark for future reference.
Each year, the AES sponsors a summer school open to students and faculty. The summer school is intended to develop intellectual curiosity in topics of current interests as well as offer introductions to methods and questions. Please do not hesitate to submit comments or requests to email@example.com.
Logistics and Link
For any question, please email Cathi at firstname.lastname@example.org or any of the organizers. The sessions will be run on Zoom at the permanent link sent to your registration email and a Dropbox folder will be shared with all participants for additional documents. This year's speakers at the summer school include Jeremy Bertomeu (Washington University), Jonathan Bonham (Chicago), Matthias Breuer (Columbia), Mirko Heinle (Wharton), Ivan Marinovic (Stanford), Charles McClure (Chicago), David Windisch (Amsterdam), and Anastasia Zakolyukina (Chicago).
To attend, you will need the password included in your registration email.
Please complete the following survey if you are interested in attending. Please note that the school has a limited number of seats to allow for more interaction and will be generally offered on a first-come first-serve basis. The summer school is open to both students and faculty. Please note that that you will be required to be an AES member ($20 for students and $100 for faculty) and there is a deposit of $100 which is fully refunded if you attend all sessions with camera. You will receive a response no later than July 19th with a link to complete the registration.
2022 AES Summer School 8/8 - 8/12
All times in PST
All times in PST
Monday August 8th
9am - 9:05: Opening Words and Welcome, Jeremy Bertomeu
9:05 – 11:15am: Economics of Reporting with Applications to Greenwashing, Mirko Heinle
Tuesday August 9th
9am – 11:15am: Accounting in a World of Optimal Contracts, Jonathan Bonham
Wednesday August 10th
9am– 11:15 am: A Primer in Structural Estimation, Ivan Marinovic and Jeremy Bertomeu
Thursday August 11th
9am – 11:15am : The Neo-Classical Investment Model and its Implications for Accounting, Matthias Breuer and David Windisch
Friday August 12th
9am – 11:15am : Closing the GA(A)P: from Reporting Theory to Estimation, Charles McClure and Anastasia Zakolyukina
11:15 – 11:20am: ` Closing Remarks