by Muhammad Azizul Islam, PhD (RMIT), CPA (Australia), CA (CA ANZ) Associate Professor & Team Leader of Accounting for Social and Environmental Sustainability Research Group, School of Accountancy, QUT, Brisbane, Australia | February 10, 2017
The accounting profession will face significant changes in the next three decades, and professional organizations, their members, and educational institutions should respond.
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Audit Data Analytics: Opportunities and Tips
by Bonnie Ann Sirois, Senior Financial Management Specialist, Centre for Financial Reporting Reform (CFRR), The World Bank and Kalina Shukarova Savovska, Senior Financial Management Specialist, Centre for Financial Reporting Reform (CFRR), The World Bank | January 30, 2017
The use of audit data analytics can offer many opportunities for SMPs to enhance audits, as addressed in a recent publication by the World Bank’s Centre for Financial Reporting Reform.
by Anna Karmanska, Professor in Economic Sciences, SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Marie Lang, Director, Professional Development, EFAA and Head of Corporate Finance, GBAC Ltd. and Robin Jarvis, Professor of Accounting, Brunel University, London | January 27, 2017
Research reveals the extent to which accountants across Europe come under pressure to act unethically—and how likely they are to succumb.
Bringing the Research Community Together with Practicing Accountants
by Donna Street, Professor, Mahrt Chair in Accounting, University of Dayton | January 26, 2017
Research programs provide objective evidence on which to base standard-setting by enhancing reliability and persuasiveness.
Moving toward Transparency, Consistency, and Thoroughness
by Hon. David M. Walker, Former US Comptroller General, Senior Strategic Advisor, PwC | January 17, 2017
All government entities should move beyond cash-based accounting to accrual-based accounting in order to facilitate greater transparency, consistency, and thoroughness in financial reporting.