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Full Programme for the 7th ANC Symposium on Accounting Research

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07 Nov 2017

As already pointed out, the Autorité des Normes Comptables (ANC), the French standard setter, will host its 7th Symposium on Accounting Research on 11 December 2017 in Paris. The full programme for the event, which takes place under the general theme "Accounting and digitalisation", is now available.

Monday 11 December 2017, 9:00 - 18:00

  • Opening remarks
  • Updates and future trends from 2015 and 2016 symposium topics
    • Conceptual Framework: Beyond traditions, a European dynamic?
      • Policy paper
      • Roundtable
      • Address: Is digitalisation a test for Conceptual frameworks?
    • Performance: Is a convergence possible on key indicators?
      • Two policy papers
      • Roundtable
      • Address
  • Risks and gains of digital transformation for accounting standard-setting
    • The digital economy: New paradigms
      • presentation
    • Impact of digitalisation on financial information: New definitions, new ways of publishing, new ways of qualification?
      • Policy paper
      • Roundtable
      • Address on “a framework for a digital reporting”
    • Financial information being tested by the digital economy: New concepts for new transactions?
      • Policy paper
      • Roundtable
      • Address
    • European public good and the accounting challenges of the digital economy
      • Roundtable
  • Closing remarks

Details on the presenters, roundtable participants and speakers are available in the programme on the ANC website.

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