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This workshop explores the social and organizational aspects of financial accounting and auditing issues. It is sponsored by Accounting, Organizations and Society, IPARG: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting and the London School of Economics and Political Science. Please see theWorkshop-Programme-Dec-2013| workshop programme| for further details.
Registration is now CLOSED
Papers to be presented (in presentation order):
Brivot & Himick: When standard setters need outside expert knowledge: a study of the framing activities used by actuaries, financial economists and accountants during GASB's 2009-2012 "Pension Project"|
Girelli, Quagli & Zambon: Vaulation, Standard Setting and Territorial Claims on Accounting: The Case of the Organismo Italiano Di Valutazione.|
Chahed: The dynamics of making statutory disclosure provisions in financial reporting: A case of softening hard law?|
Sonnerfeldt: An emerging Epistemic community? An exploration of the relationship between emerging and prevailing logics in the corporate reporting regulatory space.|
Georgiou: Accounting and financial analysis: exploring the implications of fair value accounting.|
Hjelstrom et al: Through the looking glass: Capital market actors' use of financial information.|
Hartmann & Mouritsen: Inscribing the future: Goodwill accounting at the nexus of financial and management accounting.|
Thiemann & Lepoutre: Stitching on the Edge - Accounting for the financial crisis.|
Baudot: Transnational accounting policy making: Dynamics of negotiation and consensus between "space cadets" and "dinosaurs"|
Stenka:Rhetoric in International Standard Setting Process: An Interactive Process of Meaning - making in the Quest for Legitimacy|
Ahrens & Johed: Board work as organized hypocrisy: decoupling the audit committee and IFRS from the board.|
Bewley, Graham & Peng: Toward understanding how accounting principles become generally accepted: The Case of Fair Value Accounting Movement in China.|
Carrington and Tirmen: Facing financial instrument in financial institutions: The fair value hierarchy in accounting standard and coding practise.|
Becker, Daske & Sextroh: The Public Environment of Accounting Standard Setting: Media Framing of the Fair Value Debate.|
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