Dr Mahmoud Delshadi

  • Lecturer in Accounting (Accounting & Finance)

Biography

Mahmoud Delshadi is a Lecturer in Accounting. He joined Adam Smith Business School in January 2022. He received his Ph.D. in accounting from a joint program between Concordia University, McGill University, HEC Montréal, and Université du Québec à Montréal. His dissertation consists of three essays, focusing on accounting conservatism. He also served as a part-time lecturer in the department of accountancy at John Molson School of Business. Mahmoud is interested in research in financial reporting, auditing, options trading, and Corporate income tax. Mahmoud is a member of the Adam Smith Business School Taxation Study Group.

Research interests

Financial Reporting

Auditing

Corporate Income Tax

Options Trading

Publications

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2023

Delshadi, M., Hosseinniakani, M. and Rezaee, Z. (2023) Does options trading deter real activities manipulation? Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 61(2), pp. 673-699. (doi: 10.1007/s11156-023-01162-3)

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Articles

Delshadi, M., Hosseinniakani, M. and Rezaee, Z. (2023) Does options trading deter real activities manipulation? Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 61(2), pp. 673-699. (doi: 10.1007/s11156-023-01162-3)

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Supervision

  • Huang, Beijia
    Corporate investment, Tax behavior and ESG performance: Empirical evidence from emerging market countries

Teaching

International Financial Accounting

Financial Analysis & Equity Valuation

Additional information

Working Papers:

Does Options Trading Reduce the Demand for Conditional Accounting Conservatism? (with Michel Magnan and Ahmad Hammami both from Concordia University)

Reacting to a Peer Bankruptcy Announcement: Tension in Financial Reporting (with Michel Magnan and Ahmad Hammami both from Concordia University)

Does Options Trading Deter Real Activities Manipulation?(with Professor Zabihollah Rezaee from the University of Memphis and Professor Seyed Hosseinniakani from Norwegian University of Science and Technology)