UBG Seminar: What does your beer cost and why isn't your profit higher? Let’s fix it!

Date
Mar 11, 2020 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Description

The focus of this seminar is to learn about measuring the cost of a can of beer, the cost of storage, the mix of types of beers, distribution costs, growth potential, and profitability. This is an exciting journey on the lessons of brewery and beer economics, taught by Brian Cadman, Phd, associate professor of accounting at the University of Utah in the Eccles School of Business. The cost is free for UBG members and $10 at the door for non-members (cards accepted). Registration required. Bring some cans for the beer share, and expect to make some new friends in the happy hour after the seminar. We'll be meeting from 4-6pm at Squatters downtown. Questions? Email . This event is ADA-accessible.

Professor Cadman’s research focuses on the use and implications of accounting information on investment decisions, compensation design, corporate governance. He also studies how performance measures influence labor markets and regulation. His research on compensation consultants and CEO pay has been cited in an SEC reporting requirement and his research on the labor market implications of the Troubled Asset Relief Program has received substantial interest. In other work he has investigated the role of venture capitalists in firms going public, corporate debt contracts, and the market for CEOs, and NCAA football coaches. As a leading scholar, he is an editor of a top journal in his field.Professor Cadman has been invited for lectures throughout the world. But his passion for his students at the University of Utah keeps him grounded here where his knowledge of information and decision making and passion for teaching has benefited his students at the Eccles School for almost a decade. As a testament to the effectiveness of his ability to bring complex concepts to life, Dr. Cadman has earned several teaching awards. 

Education: Undergraduate degree from Harvard University in 2000 and his PhD in Accounting from the University of Oregon in 2005.Before joining the faculty at the University of Utah, he was on the faculty at The Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University and The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Capacity
30
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