WEDNESDAY 11 May 2016
15.00-16.30 – SYMPOSIUM 1 – Auditorium 1
FEE – The Future of Corporate Reporting
Mark Vaessen, Chairman of FEE Corporate Reporting Policy Group and global IFRS Leader at KPMG
Anthony Appleton, Director of Accounting and Reporting, Financial Reporting Council (FRC), UK (presentation)
This symposium is sponsored by the Federation of European Accountants (FEE).
LIMPERG – Doctoral Education around the Globe
Tom Groot, VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Chair of the Limperg Institute (presentation)
Mary Barth, Stanford University, USA (presentation)
This symposium is sponsored by the Limperg Institute.
THURSDAY 12 May 2016
09.00-10.30 – SYMPOSIUM 3 – Auditorium 1
Big Data Analysis in Accounting & Auditing
Peter Verkoulen, CEO Brightlands Smart Services Campus and Professor Integrated Information Systems & Business Interaction Design, Maastricht University, The Netherlands (presentation)
Wil van der Aalst, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands (presentation)
09.00-10.30 – SYMPOSIUM 4 – Auditorium 2
ACCOUNTING IN EUROPE AND EAA FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS COMMITTEE (FRSC) – Does the Accounting for Goodwill and Other Intangibles Really Matter?
Paul André, HEC Lausanne & Editor Accounting in Europe (presentation)
Philippe Danjou, member International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) (presentation)
11.00-12.30 – SYMPOSIUM 5 – Auditorium 2
ICAS – What is Performance?
Stefano Zambon, University of Ferrara, Italy, and member of the ICAS Research Committee
Richard Barker, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, UK
This symposium is sponsored by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS).
11.00-12.30 – SYMPOSIUM 6 – Auditorium 1
Audit Analytics – New EU Audit Requirements: Lessons from early adoptions and research opportunities for the future
Marleen Willekens, KU Leuven, Belgium and BI Norwegian Business School,Norway
Jean Bédard, Univerité Laval, Canada (presentation)
This symposium is sponsored by Audit Analytics.
14.00-15.30 – SYMPOSIUM 7 – Auditorium 1
ICAEW – How Does Financial Reporting Contribute to Economic Growth and Development?
Robert Hodgkinson, Executive Director, Technical, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, UK
Mary Barth, Stanford University, USA
This symposium is sponsored by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).
14.00-15.30 – SYMPOSIUM 8 – Auditorium 2
EAR – Special Issue: New Directions in Earnings Management and Financial Statement Fraud Research
Ignace de Beelde, Ghent University, Belgium
Lawrence Gordon, University of Maryland, USA
16.00-17.30 – SYMPOSIUM 9 – Auditorium 2
Conduct and Culture
Alain Schatt, HEC Lausanne, Switzerland (presentation)
Jan Bouwens, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands (presentation)
16.00-17.30 – SYMPOSIUM 10 – Auditorium 1
DSM – Innovation and Control: How to Make Innovation Work?
Frank Moers, Maastricht University, The Netherlands (presentation)
Alexander Brüggen, Maastricht University, The Netherlands (presentation)
This symposium is sponsored by DSM.
FRIDAY 13 May 2016
9.00-10.30 – SYMPOSIUM 11 – Auditorium 1
Editor’s Panel: Research Integrity and Research Ethics
Peter Pope, London School of Economics, UK, Joint-Editor of Journal of Business Finance and Accounting (presentation)
Mark DeFond, University of Southern California, USA, Editor of The Accounting Review
Note: There will be opportunities for audience input and participation. Please bring a web-enabled device. Free wifi connection is available throughout the venue.
11.00-12.30 – SYMPOSIUM 12 – Auditorium 1
IMA – Partnering between Research and Professional Education Institutions
Klaus Möller, Director of the Institute of Accounting, Control and Auditing, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland (presentation)
Tom Groot, VU Amsterdam, The Nethelands (presentation)
This symposium is sponsored by IMA.
14.00-15.30 – SYMPOSIUM 13 – Auditorium 1
Perspectives on Integrated Reporting
Brendan O'Dwyer, University of Amsterdam Business School, The Netherlands (presentation)
Rients Abma, Executive Director, Eumedion, The Netherlands