Round Table Discussion on Bridging Accounting Practice and Scholarship

On Tuesday, Nov 17th, 4 pm ET, we will be joined by Susan Krische (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).  Susan recently returned from an academic fellowship with the Office of the Chief Accountant at the Securities and Exchange Commission.  In light of her experience at the SEC, Susan will be leading a discussion on how [...] Read more > >

More on Litigation-Related Disclosures and Working with the FASB on Research

Yesterday (September 10, 2009), Rob Bloomfield posted regarding a legal perspective on FASB Accounting Standards Codification Topic 450 (FAS 5 – Accounting for Contingencies) and proposed changes in the disclosure rules for litigation-related contingencies.  This post relates to both the FAS 5 issue as well as an earlier discussion regarding conducting research with the FASB. While [...] Read more > >

Kachelmeier Gets Record Audience, Posts Archive, Shows IBM and Northrup Grumman a Thing or Two

We had a record audience for today’s talk with Steve Kachelmeier:  almost 50 people on the web and 30 people in Second Life.  And no one had to get stuck in an airport.  If you missed it, just go to our LIVE page and follow the instructions to see his talk ‘on demand’. In other [...] Read more > >

Innovations in Editing

As indicated below, Steve Kachelmeier, Senior Editor of The Accounting Review, will be joining us for a Round Table discussion on Wednesday, August 19th at 11am ET. For preparation, I would strongly recommend that you take a look at this fascinating (and very easy-reading) essay by former editor of the American Economic Review, Preston McAffee, [...] Read more > >

Round Table Discussion with Steve Kachelmeier

Steve Kachelemeier, Senior Editor of The Accounting Review, will join us on Wednesday, August 19th, at 11am ET.  As usual, Steve will take a few minutes to make his opening points, and then we will turn to Q&A.  Please come prepared with questions, and feel free to suggest some in the comment thread below. To [...] Read more > >

Putting The Final Touches on Your AAA Presentation?

I am not sure faculty ever face a more challenging environment for presenting a paper than the AAA concurrent sessions.  You have 15 or 20 minutes to convey months or years of technical work to a diverse audience — some of them know more about the topic than you do, while others need to be [...] Read more > >

Some Comments On Contribution

Since June 1, 2008, I’ve had the honor and privilege of serving as an editor of The Accounting Review. In this role, I get to see a lot of papers in the financial-archival area, although there are four other editors plus senior editor Steve Kachelmeier also looking at papers in this area, so I don’t [...] Read more > >

Anthony Hopwood at Office Hours: Implications of the Financial Crisis for Accounting Research (and other matters)

Office Hours next week will feature a conversation with Anthony Hopwood about what the financial crisis means for accounting (and finance) researchers.  We will be changing our schedule a little bit:  the session will be at 11am ET, Tuesday, July 14th. Information about getting to the session can be found here. Anthony has a most [...] Read more > >

Office Hours: AAA Doctoral Consortium Wrap-Up

I have almost recovered from the AAA Doctoral Consortium.  This 4-day marathon gave some 90 or so doctoral students the chance to hear from over a dozen faculty on both research topics and on career advice from (in no particular order): Read more > >

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