TRR 266/TAF Re­search Sem­in­ar: Ferdin­and Elfers "TruPS, I Did It Again – The Im­pact of (Non-)Fair Value Ac­count­ing on Bank­s’ Impair­ment and Trad­ing De­cisions"

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TRR 266/TAF Research Seminar

On October 18, 2022, Ferdinand Elfers (Erasmus University Rotterdam) presented the paper "TruPS, I Did It Again – The Impact of (Non-)Fair Value Accounting on Banks’ Impairment and Trading Decisions" at the TRR 266/TAF Research Seminar.

Ferdinand Elfers is an Assistant Professor of Financial Accounting at Erasmus University Rotterdam’s School of Economics. He earned his PhD at the University of Mannheim in Germany. His research is mainly concerned with accounting for financial institutions, disclosure regulation, and private firms. He has published in journals such as Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Banking and Finance, and Review of Accounting Studies.