TRR 266 Accounting for Transparency

EVENTS

TRR 266 EVENTS

We will host and co-host various events for the scientific community, but also for policy makers, firms and anyone who is interested in our research. The following events are scheduled for 2019 and early 2020:

2019:

TRR 266 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

28-29 November

Location: Mannheim

Each year we will organize a 2-3 day TRR 266 Conference to present work and exchange ideas. The conference is intended to provide an arena for the ongoing research, thereby allowing for cross-pollination between research projects, and the strengthening of the academic network.

The first edition in 2019 will be restricted to TRR 266 researchers only, in subsequent years parts of the Annual Conference will also be open to the scientific community.

2020:

TRR 266 1. Forum

30 March

Location: Munich

Each year we will organize an event for policy makers, firms and anyone who is interested in or affected by (the outcomes) of our research. By means of e.g. lectures, panel discussions, and workshops we will jointly address and discuss issues regarding transparency in taxation and accounting and therewith hope to receive valuable input for our research program. 

EVENT ARCHIVE:

BERLIN ACCOUNTING WORKSHOP

20-21 September 2019

Location: Berlin

The goal of this workshop is to bring together scholars from around the world to discuss a selected number of papers.

The Berlin Accounting Workshop is a joint initiative of the following institutions:

  • TRR 266 Accounting for Transparency
  • Center for Financial Reporting and Auditing, ESMT Berlin
  • ESCP Europe
  • Freie Universität Berlin
  • Humboldt University Berlin
  • Technical University of Berlin
  • University of Potsdam

For further information, please visit the website at www.accounting-berlin.org.

EMERGING SCHOLARS IN ACCOUNTING CONFERENCE

14-15 October 2019

Location: Frankfurt

Programm:

The goal of the conference is to allow selected final stage PhD candidates and recent graduates to present their work in front of a critical but supportive audience, receive helpful feedback, and interact with Frankfurt and other TRR 266 faculty as well as external guests. Seven papers will be presented. Presentations will be for 45 minutes in a regular (interactive) workshop format after which a discussant will discuss the paper for 15 minutes. 

The Emerging Scholars in Accounting Conference is a joint initiative of the following institutions:

  • TRR 266 Accounting for Transparency
  • Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
  • Goethe University Frankfurt
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