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Accounting Standards Committee 2018-2019

 

Accounting Standards Committee Chair  Richard BARKER  Oxford University - Said Business School
Financial Reporting Standards Committee Chair  Peter JOOS  INSEAD
Corporate Reporting Committee Chair  Begoña GINER  University of Valencia

 

Financial Reporting Standards Committee Members

Erlend Kvaal Norwegian Business Scho
Ana Marques Norwich Business School at University of East Anglia
Filippo Poli EFRAG
Annelies Renders              Maastricht University


The purpose of the FRSC is to bring contributions of academic research to the standard-setting process. This includes a responsibility for the FRSC to liaison with the IASB and EFRAG on behalf of the EAA to promote the use of academic research and to ensure that the voice of the European academic community is heard.

The FRSC is a facilitating committee that identifies tasks to be undertaken and coordinates volunteers from the research community to address them. Those volunteers become members of the Financial Reporting Research Group (FRRG) and participate in specific projects.

Anyone interested in volunteering for work with the FRSC or wanting information about it is invited to contact the chairman, Peter Joos (peter.joos@insead.edu).


Corporate Reporting Committee Members

The CRC is made up of a group of academics of recognized prestige who have been actively involved in EAA activities. All have an extensive experience in research in non-financial reporting, among other areas, and the most important thing they are very interested in addressing the new challenge of the EAA:

Charles Cho Schulich School of Business, York University
Elizabeth Demers HEC Lausanne
Begoña Giner (CHAIR) University of Valencia
Laura Girella University of Genova
Peter Kajüter University of Münster
Lucia Lima Rodrigues University of Minh
Peter Pope Bocconi University
Gunnar Rimmel University of Reading
Ricardo Stacchezzini University of Verona
Ian Thomson Birmingham Business School


With the new Corporate Reporting Committee (CRC), the association wants to actively participate in the debate about how companies can and should inform the wide variety of stakeholders about their activities and their impact on society in general. In addition, since non-financial information is increasingly attracting the interest of policy makers and standard setters, with the new committee EAA aims to create awareness of the policy issues on these matters and collaborate with them so that the academic community can have an impact on new policies and standards.

Anyone interested in volunteering for work with the CRC or wanting information about it is invited to contact the chair, Begoña Giner (begona.giner@uv.es)

 

What's New?

EAA 42nd Annual Congress

Paphos, Cyprus - May 29-31, 2019
Full information HERE
Notification of Acceptance:
Sent on February 7, 2019

Registration: Open

EAA 35th Doctoral Colloquium
Larnaca, Cyprus - May 25-28, 2019
Full information HERE
Application deadline: Closed

EAA 43rd Annual Congress
Bucharest, Romania - May 27-29, 2020

EAA 44th Annual Congress
Helsinki, Finland - May 26-28, 2021

 

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