Accounting and Finance

Track Chair:
Dr. Rehman U. Mian,
NUST Business School, ([email protected])
Description: Emphasize on empirical and theoretical research exploring various aspects of strategic decisions related to accounting and finance. This track welcomes submissions that explore existing and new issues, challenge existing methodological approaches, or investigate cross-country applicability of previously established findings. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: financial reporting and disclosures, financial structure, corporate governance, asset pricing, behavioral finance, payout, innovation, risk management, fintech & blockchain, and international finance.


Financial reporting and disclosure; Portfolio choice; Investment decisions; Asset pricing; Contingent pricing; Futures pricing; Information and market efficiency; Insider trading; International financial markets; Financial forecasting and simulation; Financial instruments; Institutional investors; Ratings and ratings agencies; Capital budgeting; Financing policy;
Financial risk and risk management; Capital and ownership structure; Value of firms; Goodwill; Bankruptcy; Liquidation; Corporate governance; Mergers and acquisitions; Payout policy; Behavioral finance; Financial crisis.