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AASB Research Forum – IASB keynote presentation and call for expressions of interest

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09 Feb 2017

The inaugural research forum of the Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB) was held at the University of Technology in Sydney on 24 November 2016. The IASB keynote presentation by IASB Vice-Chair Sue Lloyd is now available for download. At the same time, the AASB has issued a call for expressions of interest regarding the second AASB research forum that will be held in November 2017.

The following papers from the 2016 research forum are available (all links to the IAASB website):

The 2017 research forum will focus on effective communication of financial and narrative reporting. The AASB is now calling for expressions of interest from academics who wish to undertake research for the purpose of presenting and discussing their research at the forum. The AASB is seeking papers that will inform a wide range of audiences from the for-profit and/or not-for-profit sectors by presenting research findings relevant to standard setting. Topics to be covered include:

  • IASB Disclosure initiative project
  • fair value measurement
  • revenue recognition
  • service performance reporting (including the post implementation review of IFRS 13/AASB 13)
  • digital reporting, XBRL, big data
  • recognition, measurement and disclosure of intangible assets
  • integration of financial reporting/explanations and narrative reporting
  • other topics of interest

For more information please see the call for expressions of interest on the AASB website.

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