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General information
Name            Maarten Pronk
Date of birth   29 April 1974
Nationality     Dutch
Address         Tilburg University, Department of Accountancy, P.O. Box 90153, 5000 LE, Tilburg, The
Office          K823
Phone           +31 13 4662489
Fax             +31 13 4668001

Current position
2002-present     Assistant professor of Accounting at CentER, Tilburg University.

Research interests
My main areas of interest are (a) market liquidity around earnings announcements, (b) the use of financial
reporting information on the Internet (c) disclosure-related capital market research, and (d) online investors’
trading behavior.

Selected publications
Elliott, W.B., F. Hodge, J.J. Kennedy and M. Pronk, Are MBA students a good proxy for non-professional
   investors? The Accounting Review , forthcoming.
Hodge, F. and M. Pronk, The impact of expertise and investment familiarity on investors' use of online
   financial report information, Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance, forthcoming.
Hoogendoorn, M.N., G.M.H. Mertens, I.H.C. Blij, M.T. van den Einde and M. Pronk, 2001, Quality of
   financial reporting in the Netherlands, Kluwer/Limperg Instituut, Amsterdam (in Dutch).
Pronk, M., 2002, Market liquidity around earnings announcements, CentER Dissertation Series, Tilburg.
Pronk, M., 2006, The impact of intraday timing of earnings announcements on the bid-ask spread and
   depth, Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance, 21:37-54.

Working papers
Hodge, F. and M. Pronk, The impact of overconfidence, optimism, and loss aversion on investors’ trading
behavior around earnings announcements.
Matsumoto, D.A., M. Pronk and E. Roelofsen, The impact of performance on the disclosure level during

conference calls.

Paper presentations
Catholic University Leuven, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Free University Amsterdam, Lancaster
University, London Business School, Nyenrode University, Tilburg University, University of Antwerp,
University of Iowa, University of Washington, 1998 Annual EAA Conference, 1998 FMA conference, 2000
Doctoral Colloquium of the EAA, 2001 Annual EAA Conference, 2003 Annual AAA Conference, 2003
EIASM Conference on Capital Market Research, 2004 Annual Conference of the International Accounting
Section of the AAA, 2004 Annual EAA Conference

Teaching experience
1997-present    Bachelor level: Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Academic Skills
2001-present    Master level: Financial Statement Analysis, International Accounting
2005-present    Executive education: Financial Reporting and Analysis (TIAS Business School); Financial
                Analysis and Valuation (Controller Institute)

Professional experience
2004-present    Graduation coordinator Financial Accounting
2004-present    Member educational committee bachelor programs
2002-present    Ad hoc referee The European Accounting Review
1996-2001       Member project team 'Quality of Financial Reporting in the Netherlands'

1997-2002       Ph.D. in Accounting at CentER, Tilburg University
1999, 2000      Visiting Ph.D. student, Henry B. Tippie College of Business, The University of Iowa
1997-2001       Theoretical part of the post graduate CPA program, Tilburg University
1992-1997       Master’s studies of Business Administration and Accounting, Erasmus University

2000            PwC Scholarship for the EAA Doctoral Colloquium
1999 – 2004     Financial support from The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) to visit
                    the University of Iowa (3 visits) and the University of Washington (4 visits)


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