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New version: Introductory Guide to Using Stata in Empirical Financial Accounting Research

A new version of my Stata guide is now available and freely accessible via Github (including code and data examples). Please see https://github.com/dveenman/stataguide or here to go directly to the pdf. The objective of this guide is to assist BSc/MSc students, PhD students, and junior researchers in using Stata for empirical archival research. Stata is a powerful program that can be used to analyze many different research questions in the fields of accounting, finance, economics,…
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DAVID VEENMAN
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Accounting Research in Central & South America

Within the series of virtual conversations on “Diversity and Equity”, the European Accounting Association (EAA) Virtual Activities Committee is delighted to invite you to the event “Accounting Research in Central & South America”, which will take place on Zoom, on April 19th, 2023, at 2:15 – 3:45 pm CET. Registration is free and open here. Central & South America consists of a diverse set of countries that nonetheless face common political, economic, and social problems; among these, high…
BAHA DIYAROV
BAHA DIYAROV
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#callforpapers 14th CSEAR Spain Conference, October 19th-20th 2023 (Córdoba, Spain)

#callforpapers 14th CSEAR Spain Conference, October 19th-20th 2023 (Córdoba, Spain). For further details, visit the conference website: https://www.upo.es/congresos/csear-spain2023?fbclid=IwAR1KhDOtEfOb4-k-TbuW63ZGoNyHNVj8J5PM6pxzwGAYzPR8bDfP3_50YVQ
MERCEDES LUQUE VÍLCHEZ
MERCEDES LUQUE VÍLCHEZ
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Academic Empathy Dialogue: “Theory and theorizing in accounting”

The EAA Virtual Activities Committee is pleased to announce a new Academic Empathy Dialogue on the topic of “theory and theorizing in accounting” hosting Alfred Wagenhofer (University of Graz) and David Cooper (University of Alberta), mediated by Eija Vinnari (Tampere University). The event will take place on Zoom on March 14th at 5:00pm Brussels time. The recording is available here. The notions of theory and theorizing continue to spark debate among accounting scholars. One persistent…
GIOVANNA MICHELON
GIOVANNA MICHELON
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EAA Junior Network – Meet the Editors with Andrei Filip (Accounting in Europe)

The EAA is pleased to announce a new session in the series of “Meet the Editors” events. For the healthy future of our accounting academe, it is essential that PhD students and junior faculty learn how to navigate the increasingly high expectations set on the quality of research work. This series of events provides early career scholars with an opportunity to learn and discuss how to successfully manage the competitive process of paper publication.  The third EAA “Meet the…
GIOVANNA MICHELON
GIOVANNA MICHELON
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Academic Empathy Dialogue on Auditing

The EAA Virtual Activities Committee is pleased to announce that the next Academic Empathy Dialogue (AED) on “Auditing”. The AED will host Marleen Willekens (Faculty of Economics and Business, KU Leuven, Belgium) and Bertrand Malsch (Smith School of Business, Queens University, Canada), mediated by Christopher Humphrey (Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, England) on 15 September at 17:00 CEST. The recording is available here. The statutory financial audit is an inherently puzzling function.  It is replete with extensive formal international auditing standards but…
ARC Commitee
ARC Commitee
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Accounting Research in Non-Western Contexts

Within the new series of virtual conversations on “Diversity and Equity” (D&amp;E), the EAA Virtual Activities Committee is delighted to host another event on “Accounting research in Non-Western contexts”, which will take place on Zoom, on April 27th, 2022, at 2:15pm – 3:45 pm CET. Registration is free and open here. Non-Western accounting is viewed here as accounting research in all its forms that use/apply non-Western theories, data, organizations, or methodologies. Despite the advancement of accounting…
ARC Commitee
ARC Commitee
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LIBS-HBS Joint International Conference

Lincoln International Business School in collaboration with Heritage Business School, India are organising a joint event tomorrow. This is a two-day International conference starting tomorrow at 8 am, the theme is: &#8220;How Firms and institutions React to Global Shocks: Risk, Resilience, and Recovery &#8220; The PVC, Dr Craig Marsh and Chief Mentor of HBS, Prof Anup Sinha will jointly inaugurate the conference on the 18th Friday at 8 am the UK time.  On day 2, HOD (AF&amp;E) Mrs Siobhan Goggin and the Director of Research, Professor…
ANNA VYSOTSKAYA
ANNA VYSOTSKAYA
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Diversity and Equity virtual event

The EAA Virtual Activities Committee is glad to announce a new Diversity and Equity event on “Decolonizing the accounting curriculum”, in collaboration with the EAA Education Committee. Over the past years, “decolonization” has entered the language of universities (Sian, 2019; Subedi, 2013) and calls to decolonize research and teaching have gained traction across the accounting academe. There is also an increasing number of calls to specifically decolonize the accounting curriculum and pedagogy (e.g., Alawattage et…
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ARC Commitee
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EAA junior network – “Meet the Editors”: Beatriz Garcia Osma, European Accounting Review

Dear EAA members, EAA is pleased to continue the new series of “Meet the Editors” events. For the healthy future of our accounting academe, it is essential that PhD students and junior faculty learn how to navigate the increasingly high expectations set on the quality of research work. This series of events provides early career scholars with an opportunity to learn and discuss how to successfully manage the competitive process of paper publication. The second EAA “Meet the Editors” virtual…
GIOVANNA MICHELON
GIOVANNA MICHELON
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