by Elmar R. Venter, Associate Professor of Accounting, University of Pretoria in South Africa, Li Chen, Senior Lecturer in Accounting, University of Auckland Business School, Mary E. Barth, Joan E. Horngren Professor of Accounting, Stanford University, Graduate School of Business and Steven Cahan, Professor of Financial Accounting, University of Auckland Business School | March 18, 2018
Higher-quality information for internal and external stakeholders is associated with improved decision making; given that, how is integrated report quality related to firm value?
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AICPA Chair: Incorporating Diversity in Thought & Leadership
by Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, Chair, AICPA | January 17, 2018
Organizations need to be diverse in both thought and leadership in order to be successful and remain relevant.
Small Practices: Leverage Traditional Services to Adapt to New Client Needs
by Mark Koziel, Executive Vice President, Firm Services, AICPA | January 15, 2018
The focus for small- and medium-sized accounting practices today should be how to move forward and evolve services as technology disrupts the current business model.
What Top Skills Do Professional Accountants Need for the Future?
by Tom Hood, Executive Director & CEO, Maryland Institute of CPAs | January 14, 2018
Professional accountants can use their unique skills to anticipate the future.
Generation Next and Small- & Medium-Sized Practices
by Ben Baruch, Head of SME Policy, ACCA | January 10, 2018
Key findings from a survey young professionals working in SMPs suggest younger finance professionals today hold ambitions for fast progression and rapid career development.
Being Intergenerationally More Fair: Our Resolution for 2018
by Dr. Susanna Di Feliciantonio, Head of EU Public Affairs, ICAEW | December 20, 2017
The intergenerational contract is under strain in Europe and beyond —a report recently published by ICAEW Europe shows that fewer than one in four Europeans feel that their respective generation is being treated fairly by their government when...
Education in Latin America: Keeping Pace with Change
by Manuel Arias , Technical Manager, Quality & Development, IFAC | December 20, 2017
Low International Education Standards adoption rates in Latin America is a reputational risk for the entire region: the necessary knowledge, skills, and professional values and ethics may not be sufficient in current professional educational...