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Dr Sebastian Tideman

Dr Sebastian Tideman

Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Finance and Accounting

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Streatham Court, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4PU, UK

Sebastian A. Tideman is a Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Finance and Accounting at the University of Exeter Business School. His research focuses on the analysis of non- and semi-structured reporting data in the intersection of financial accounting, gender, and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues. More specifically, some of his projects conduct textual analysis of earnings conference calls (e.g., on analyst’s questioning behavior) and corporate sustainability reports. He also investigates the structure of financial (e.g., disaggregation of financial statements) and non-financial disclosures (e.g., CSR and human rights disclosures).

His work has been published in academic journals such as the Strategic Management Journal, The International Journal of Accounting, Journal of Business Economics, and Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment. He is an editorial board member of Advances in Accounting as well as Review of Accounting and Finance and reviews on a regular basis for premier Accounting and Finance journals.

Sebastian studied at the University of Bremen, Germany (B.Sc.) and the University College Dublin, Ireland (B.Sc.). He obtained his Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Bremen, Germany. Before joining the University of Exeter, Sebastian was a Lecturer at Royal Holloway, University of London (United Kingdom), a Postdoc at the Universities of Oldenburg and Hamburg (both Germany), and a visiting researcher at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (Georgia), Kyiv National University of Trade & Economics (Ukraine), Macau University of Science and Technology (Macau/China), Telavi Iakob Gogebashvili State University (Georgia), Grigol Robakidze University (Tbilisi, Georgia), Bocconi University (Milan, Italy), the University of Luxembourg, as well as Syracuse University (United States).

Nationality: German

Qualifications

Ph.D. in Accounting/Finance

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Research interests

  • Non- and semi-structured reporting data
  • Financial accounting
  • Gender
  • Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues
  • Textual analysis

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Fieberg C, Lopatta K, Tammen T, Tideman SA (2021). Political affinity and investors' response to the acquisition premium in cross‐border M&A transactions — a moderation analysis. Strategic Management Journal DOI.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Fieberg C, Lopatta K, Tammen T, Tideman SA (2021). Political affinity and investors' response to the acquisition premium in cross‐border M&A transactions — a moderation analysis. Strategic Management Journal DOI.
Lopatta K, Böttcher K, Lodhia SK, Tideman SA (2020). The Relationship Between Gender Diversity and Employee Representation at the Board Level and Non-Financial Performance: a Cross-Country Study. The International Journal of Accounting, 55(01), 2050001-2050001. Abstract. DOI.
Lopatta K, Bassen A, Kaspereit T, Tideman SA, Buchholz D (2020). The effect of institutional dual holdings on CSR performance. Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment, 1-20. DOI.
Lopatta K, Böttcher K, Lodhia SK, Tideman SA (2019). Parity codetermination at the board level and labor investment efficiency: evidence on German listed firms. Journal of Business Economics, 90(1), 57-108. DOI.

Conferences

Elend L, Tideman SA, Lopatta K, Kramer O (2020). Earnings prediction with deep leaning.  Abstract. DOI.

Publications by year


2021

Fieberg C, Lopatta K, Tammen T, Tideman SA (2021). Political affinity and investors' response to the acquisition premium in cross‐border M&A transactions — a moderation analysis. Strategic Management Journal DOI.

2020

Elend L, Tideman SA, Lopatta K, Kramer O (2020). Earnings prediction with deep leaning.  Abstract. DOI.
Lopatta K, Böttcher K, Lodhia SK, Tideman SA (2020). The Relationship Between Gender Diversity and Employee Representation at the Board Level and Non-Financial Performance: a Cross-Country Study. The International Journal of Accounting, 55(01), 2050001-2050001. Abstract. DOI.
Lopatta K, Bassen A, Kaspereit T, Tideman SA, Buchholz D (2020). The effect of institutional dual holdings on CSR performance. Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment, 1-20. DOI.

2019

Lopatta K, Böttcher K, Lodhia SK, Tideman SA (2019). Parity codetermination at the board level and labor investment efficiency: evidence on German listed firms. Journal of Business Economics, 90(1), 57-108. DOI.

Awards and Honours

  • Fellowship of the higher education academy