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Research Group 'Center for Research on Non-Financial Reporting'

The goal of the IRG is to form a center of research competencies in measurement, development of indicator systems for accounting and disclosure of non-financial capital of a company, including components of intellectual capital (human, client and organizational), natural (environmental) capital, social capital, assurance of disclosed information on non-financial capital and assessing their role in creating long-term growth in the company's value.

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Academic empathy dialogue - Sustainability ReportingPosted by Giovanna Michelon

The EAA Virtual Activities Committee is pleased to announce that the next Academic Empathy Dialogue (AED) on “Sustainability Reporting”. The AED will host Jan Bebbington (Lancaster University) and Hans Christensen (Chicago Booth), mediated by Robin Roberts (University of Central Florida) on January 12 at 5.00pm CET. Registration is open here.

On November, 17th the Round table of the "Committee for Sustainable Development and Non-Financial Reporting" was held

The international event was organised in order to broaden perspectives on potential research intiiatives.

Journal of International Accounting Research Announces its Ninth International Conference and JIAR Doctorial / New Faculty Consortium

Paper submission deadline is January 31, 2022 Doctoral/new faculty consortium deadline is February 28, 2022

Invitation to join GIWB Section of American Accounting Association

The Gender Issues and Worklife Balance section mission is to facilitate interaction among members regarding gender issues and worklife balance. Recently reported in a Deloitte & Touche survey: 91 percent of all employed adults agree that workers are more likely to behave ethically at work when they have a good work-life balance. http://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/pe/Documents/pe%28en-pe%29us_ethics_workplace2007_080807.pdf

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