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Doctoral Course


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Full Name

University

Country

Gabriela Lidia Tanase

Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

Romania

Slavko Sodan

University of Split, Faculty of Economics

Croatia

Francisco Dimas Peña Romera

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Spain

Ioana Maria Dragu

Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Romania

Ibrahim Onur Oz

Izmir University of Economics

Turkey

Rucsandra Moldovan

ESSEC Business School

France

Nicoleta Maria Ienciu

Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Romania

Żaneta Pietrzak

Lodz University

Poland

Zuzana Crhová

Tomas Bata University

Czech Republic

Nikolaos D. Belesis

Piraeus University

Greece

Kalinka Dimitrova

University of Economics - Varna

Bulgaria

Ivan Apostolov

University of Economics - Varna

Bulgaria

Iliyan Nikolaev Hristov

University of Economics - Varna

Bulgaria

Simona Rusanescu

Universidad Jaime I, Castellón de la Plana (Spain) – Faculty of Law and Economics

Spain

Mateja Jerman

Faculty of Economics, University of Maribor

Slovenia

Ina Mitu

Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Romania

Suncica Milutinovic

University of Novi Sad – Faculty of Economics Subotica

Serbia

Raluca Valeria Ratiu

Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Romania

Nicolae Bertalan

Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Romania

Viktorija Varaniute

Kaunas University of Technology, Economics and Management Faculty

Lithuania

Diana Mureşan

Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Romania

Ioan-Bogdan Robu

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Faculty of Economy and Business Administration

Romania

Carmen-Alexandra Baltariu

Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Romania

Elena Cristina Baciu

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Faculty of Economy and Business Administration

Romania

Mihaela-Alina Robu

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Faculty of Economy and Business Administration

Romania

Sorana Mihaela Mănoiu

Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Romania

Maria Ionela Damian

Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Romania

Mariana Bunea

Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

Romania

Elena Nechita

Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

Romania



Introduction to analytical and empirical accounting research

The course is designed to provide a brief introduction economics-based analytical and empirical research in accounting for doctoral students in accounting. This course will be especially helpful to students who wish to use economics-based analytical and empirical archival research in their dissertations and subsequent research. The course will take place over three days in advance of the main conference within Accounting and Audit Convergence 2013 Convention (AAC 2013 Convention) in Cluj-Napoca immediately preceding the conference. The analytical section will run in the morning, followed by lunch, and the empirical section in the afternoon.

Conference organizers thank the European Accounting Association for its generous financial support that helps defray travel costs for students attending the Doctoral Course.

Overall course objectives:

Analytical Section: To introduce students to analytical accounting research by analyzing "classical" and important problems/papers from leading journals within the field.

More specifically the analytical course objectives are:

  • To provide an overview of analytical accounting research. This will include costing, control use of information and information use in a market setting;
  • To introduce information as an economic commodity;
  • To introduce the students to the use of models to analyze accounting problems;
  • To use models to frame a research question and to develop propositions.
The analytical portion of the course is conducted primarily as lectures supplemented with solving and discussing problem sets. Course participants are required to read selected papers in advance of the course.

Empirical Section: To introduce students to empirical accounting research by reading and discussing "classical" and other central articles from international journals within the field.

More specifically the empirical course objectives are:

  • To provide an overview of major areas of capital market based empirical accounting research and to give the students a knowledge of classic, widely cited research papers;
  • To introduce students to research methodologies used in empirical accounting research;
  • To develop the ability to critically evaluate empirical accounting research;
  • To facilitate the development of research projects within the field.
The empirical portion of the course is conducted primarily as a seminar/workshop format with the instructor leading discussion. Course participants are required to read selected papers in advance of the course.

Lecturers:

Analytical Section: John Christensen, Professor of Accounting at University of Southern Denmark.

Empirical Section: Wayne R. Landsman, KPMG Distinguished Professor of Accounting at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Selection of participants

The maximum number of participants is approximately 20 PhD students. Preference is given to accounting PhD students from Eastern European universities and to students who are expected to benefit most from the class. Accordingly, we request that students submit a short summary of their research plan, a curriculum vitae, and a letter of recommendation from an academic advisor. Students should submit materials before March 15, 2013 by email to Professor Razvan V. Mustata, r.v.mustata@gmail.com. Applicants for the class will be notified by the selection committee by May 15, 2013.

All students selected for the class will be asked to submit a working paper to be considered for presentation at the Doctoral Colloquium that takes place during the Main Conference. The working paper should only be submitted after receiving the acceptance notice for the Doctoral Course.

Venue

Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj Napoca
Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
Accounting and Audit Department

When

September 8-10, 2013

Registration

After receiving the acceptance notice, students need to fill in the registration form and send it to r.v.mustata@gmail.com. No attendance fee will be charger to PhD students being accepted for the Doctoral Course. Furthermore, they are invited and will be allowed to participate in all the convention events (Doctoral Course: September 8-10, 2013, Main Conference: September 11-12, 2013 and Doctoral Colloquium: September 12, 2013).

Accommodation

All course participants can opt for accommodation within the faculty’s student housing located within short walking distance (3 minutes) from the course venue. Accommodation within student housing is free of charge for accepted students.

Travel information

Travel costs will be reimbursed up to 400 Euros, made possible by generous support of the European Accounting Association. Traveling to Cluj-Napoca can be done by plane (Cluj International Airport), train or car. Detailed travel related information to the event venue is available on AAC 2013 Convention’s website www.econ.ubbcluj.ro/aac2013.

Contact

Please do not hesitate to contact us at r.v.mustata@gmail.com or razvan.mustata@econ.ubbcluj.ro in case you need further details. We also kindly invite you to visit our convention’s website at www.econ.ubbcluj.ro/aac2013 .


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