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Serena Morricone

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Professeure assistante en PTC
Département de comptabilité et contrôle


Contact
Serena.Morricone@unil.ch
Anthropole, bureau 3024
Tél 021.692.34.59

Adresse postale
Université de Lausanne
Quartier UNIL-Dorigny
Bâtiment Anthropole
1015 Lausanne

Enseignements

master Financial Accounting
Formations concernées
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en sciences actuarielles
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en finance
master Financial Analysis : Credit
Formations concernées
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en comptabilité, contrôle et finance
Maîtrise universitaire en Droit et économie

Recherches

Axes de recherche

Research Interests
Financial Accounting: IFRS adoption; stock market valuation of intangible assets; IPOs; capital markets' use of accounting information, corporate governance.

Publications

10 publications classées par: type de publication  -  année

: Revue avec comité de lecture

Parties de livre

Chapitre

Morricone S. (in press). Valuing Patents for Accounting Purposes. The Economic Valuation of Patents. Methods and Applications. Edward Elgar.

Morricone S. & Oriani R. (in press). Stock Market Valuation of Patent Portfolios. The Economic Valuation of Patents. Methods and Applications. Edward Elgar.

Morricone S. & Oriani R. (2009). R&D Information. Evaluation and Performance Measurement of Research and Development: Techniques and Perspectives for Multi-Level Analysis. Edward Elgar.

Boccardelli P., Giustiniano L. & Morricone S. (2007). La diffusione dell'ICT nelle PMI di servizi. La diffusione dell'ICT nelle piccole e medie imprese. LUISS University Press.

Actes de conférence (partie)

Morricone S., Oriani R. & Sobrero M. (2010). The value relevance of intangible assets: Evidence of mandatory adoption of International Accounting Standards (IAS/IFRS). Proceedings of the 33rd EAA Annual Congress, Istanbul. Revue avec comité de lecture

Morricone S., Oriani R. & Sobrero M. (2010). The value relevance of intangible assets: Evidence of mandatory adoption of International Accounting Standards (IAS/IFRS). Proceedings of the 2010 AAA Annual Meeting, San Francisco. Revue avec comité de lecture

Morricone S., Oriani R. & Munari F. (2009). IPO performance and strategic management of IPRs: Evidence from the US semiconductor industry. Proceedings of the IV EPIP Conference on "Measuring the value of IPR: theory, business practice and public policy", Bologna. Revue avec comité de lecture

Morricone S., Oriani R. & Sobrero M. (2009). The value relevance of intangible assets: Evidence of mandatory adoption of International Accounting Standards (IAS/IFRS). Proceedings of the XXXII AIDEA Annual Meeting. Revue avec comité de lecture

Morricone S., Oriani R. & Sobrero M. (2008). The value relevance of intangible assets: The Italian adoption of International Accounting Standards (IAS/IFRS). Proceedings of the XIX riunione scientifica AIiG. Revue avec comité de lecture

Morricone S., Oriani R. & Sobrero M. (2008). The value relevance of intangible assets: The Italian adoption of International Accounting Standards (IAS/IFRS). Proceedings of the IV Workshop on Accounting and Economics. Revue avec comité de lecture

Curriculum

Formations

Postdoc
Marie Curie Research Fellow Lancaster University, UK.


Visiting Scholar
L. Stern School of Business, New York University, USA.


Ph.D.
Business Administration, University of Bologna, Italy


M.Sc.
Business and Economics, Luiss Guido Carli University, Italy

Autres activités

EDEN Doctoral Seminar
Empirical Financial Accounting Research, Frankfurt.


Advanced course
Panel data models with Stata for management and finance applications, Milan, Italy.


Summer School
EVPAT - Economics and Management of Intellectual Property Rights, Italy.


Summer School
Advanced quantitative methods for productivity and efficiency analysis, University of Pisa, Italy.

 
 
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