Doctoral defence - Aaron Afzali
Doctoral student: Aaron Afzali
Thesis title: Essays on the impact of board composition on financial reporting quality, corporate social responsibility, and tournament incentives
Opponent and university: Professor Gilad Livne, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Chair: Professor Kim Ittonen, Hanken School of Economics, Finland
The complete doctoral thesis can be read on this page
The doctoral defence will be held as hybrid. Participants can attend on site or via videoconference.
Access the video conference via the link here.
The video conference opens 15 minutes before the start of the defence.
Online participation follows the same guidelines as a traditional physical doctoral defence.
The following guidelines apply to the audience that participate via video conference:
- access to the video conference opens fifteen minutes before the defence starts;
- it is preferred that the audience joins the meeting fifteen minutes before the start of the defence;
- during the defence, the audience’s microphones are muted, cameras are turned off, recording is not allowed, and the chat function is not to be used until permitted by the Custos;
- members of the audience who wish to make comments concerning the thesis can to ask the Custos for the floor in the chat function that opens after the opponent finishes.