Prof. Dr. Katharina Hombach


+49 (69) 798-34884




RuW 3.234


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  • Seit 10/2022: Professor of Financial Accounting and Corporate Governance, Goethe University Frankfurt
  • 2020-2022: Professor of Accounting and Corporate Governance, Carl-von-Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
  • 2017-2020: Assistant Professor of Accounting, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
  • 2017: Dr. rer. pol., WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management
  • 2011: M.Sc., London School of Economics & Political Science
  • 2010: B.Sc., Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
  • Determinants and consequences of corporate transparency
  • Disclosure regulation
  • Targeted transparency
  • Accounting and Business Research
  • Accounting Review
  • British Accounting Review
  • European Accounting Review
  • Journal of Accounting Research
  • Journal of Banking and Finance
  • Journal of Business Economics
  • Review of Managerial Science
  • Schmalenbach Business Review
  • Conferences: Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association (2020, 2022); FARS (2022); Hawaii Accounting Research conference (2017); VHB Annual Conference (2017, 2021)
  • Does Every Accounting Issue Need a Solution? Accounting and Business Research (accepted for publication), with Thorsten Sellhorn (Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich).
  • When You Talk, I Remain Silent: Spillover Effects of Peers’ Mandatory Disclosures on Firms’ Voluntary Disclosures. The Accounting Review (forthcoming), with Matthias Breuer (Columbia University) and Maximilian A. Müller (University of Cologne).
  • ESG: Regelwerke im Zusammenspiel, Zeitschrift für Bank- und Kapitalmarktrecht, 2021(1): 6-14, with Bernd Geier (SRH University Heidelberg). [on ESG regulation]
  • Shaping Corporate Actions Through Targeted Transparency Regulation: A Framework and Review of Extant Evidence, Schmalenbach Business Review, 2019(2): 137–168, with Thorsten Sellhorn (Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich).
  • How Does Financial Reporting Regulation Affect Firms' Banking?, Review of Financial Studies, 2018(31): 1265–1297, with Matthias Breuer (Columbia University) and Maximilian A. Müller (University of Cologne).
  • Finanzanalysen in MiFID II und MAR, Recht der Finanzinstrumente, 2017(7): 108-113, with Bernd Geier (SRH University Heidelberg) and Harm Schütt (University of Tilburg) [on the pricing of research payments under MiFID II]
  • 2022 (incl. scheduled): U3CM, Madrid (research seminar); LawFin Seminar Series, Frankfurt (research seminar); University of Tübingen (research seminar); TRR Annual Conference (discussion)
  • 2021: Singapore Management University (research seminar); Stockholm School of Economics (research seminar); INSEAD (research seminar); 2nd LawFin Workshop, Frankfurt (discussant); German Association of business Economists (GEBA) conference (discussant)
  • 2020: TU Munich (research seminar); 6th International Research Forum on Mittelstand, Mannheim
  • 2019: 16th Christmas Meeting of the German Economists Abroad, Frankfurt School; Global Issues in Accounting Conference, University of Chicago; 13th LSE/AMBS/LUMS conference, London School of Economics; 42nd Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association, Paphos; University of Chicago (research seminar); German Association of business Economists (GEBA) conference (discussant); Swiss Winter Accounting Conference, Adelboden (discussant)
  • 2018: IESE, Barcelona (research seminar); European Accounting Symposium for Young Scholars, Milan; Emerging Scholars in Accounting Conference, Frankfurt (discussant); Workshop in Accounting, Auditing, and Analysis, Munich (discussant)