Dr Belen Blanco
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Belen joined the Adelaide Business School after working at the University of Melbourne. She received her PhD in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods, major in Financial Accounting from Carlos III University, Spain. After completing her PhD. she joined University of Navarra, Spain. Belen was a research member at Tilburg University (The Netherlands) of the INTACCT research network, which promotes a scientific research program related to the adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in Europe. She also was a visiting scholar at Duke University, US. Her research has been published in Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Journal of Business, Finance and Accounting, and Journal of Business Ethics.
Ph.D. in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods, major in Financial Accounting. Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain
MPhil in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods. Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain
Master of Financial Analysis. Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain
Bachelor of Business Administration. University of the Basque Country, Spain
Dr. Blanco’ research interests are in the area of empirical financial accounting. They include, but are not limited to financial accounting, accounting quality, corporate disclosure, corporate governance, cost of capital, investment efficiency, corporate social responsibility, international accounting, executive compensation, mergers and acquisitions.
Beuselinck, C., Blanco B, Garcia Lara JM. (2017). The Role of Foreign Shareholders in Disciplining Financial Reporting. Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 44(5-6):558-592.
Blanco B, Garcia Lara JM, Tribo JA. (2015). Segment Disclosure and Cost of Capital. Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 42(3-4):367-411.
Blanco B, García Lara JM, Tribó J. (2014). The relation between segment disclosure and earnings quality. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 33(5):449-469.
Blanco B, Guillamón-Saorín E, Guiral A. (2013). Do Non-socially Responsible Companies Achieve Legitimacy Through Socially Responsible Actions? The Mediating Effect of Innovation Journal of Business Ethics 117(1):67-83.
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