Thomas Rauter

Department of Accounting, Finance, and Statistics

Note: Presentation (P), Presentation by Co-Author (C), Invited Participation (I)


  • 2018
    • University of Chicago - Booth School of Business, Chicago, United States
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • The Wharton School - University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • Harvard Business School, Boston, United States
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford, United States
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • Carnegie Mellon University - Tepper School of Business, Pittsburgh, United States
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • Dartmouth College - Tuck School of Business, Hanover, United States
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • INSEAD, Paris/Fontainebleau, France
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • Bocconi University, Milan, Italy
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • University of Miami, Miami, United States
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • University of Minnesota - Carlson School of Management, Minneapolis, United States
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • Southern Methodist University, Dallas, United States
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
  • 2017
    • Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • University of Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • University of Munich, Munich, Germany
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • University of Chicago - Booth School of Business, Chicago, United States
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
    • Journal of Accounting Research Conference 2017, Chicago, United States
    • Global Issues in Accounting Conference 2017, Chicago, United States
    • WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vienna, Austria
      Disclosure Regulation, Corruption, and Investment: Evidence from Natural Resource Extraction
  • 2016
    • Journal of Accounting Research Conference 2016, Chicago, United States
      Procyclicality of U.S. Bank Leverage
    • SAFE-ZEW-CEPR-Bundesbank Joint Conference 2016, Frankfurt, Germany
      Procyclicality of U.S. Bank Leverage
  • 2015
    • Austrian Research Association (ÖFG) Meeting on Financial Crises, Graz, Austria
      Procyclicality of U.S. Bank Leverage
    • European Accounting Association (EAA) Annual Meeting, Glasgow, Scotland
      Procyclicality of U.S. Bank Leverage
    • WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vienna, Austria
      Fishing with Pearls: The Value of Lending Relationships with Prestigious Firms
  • 2014
    • European Finance Association (EFA) Annual Meeting, Lugano, Switzerland
      Procyclicality of U.S. Bank Leverage
    • Barcelona GSE Summer Forum, Barcelona, Spain
      Procyclicality of U.S. Bank Leverage
    • Basel Committee and Deutsche Bundesbank Joint Conference, Eltville, Germany
      Procyclicality of U.S. Bank Leverage
  • 2013
    • WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vienna, Austria
      Procyclicality of U.S. Bank Leverage