FAR offers the unique opportunity to bring about collaboration between individuals and organizations in practice and the academy. We have set the research agenda for the coming year(s), based on which we defined our first call for Research Project Proposals.
FAR will grant researchers conditional access to proprietary data and research subjects in audit firms in the Netherlands, allowing researchers the opportunity to established an informed frame of reference of the inner workings of audit firms.
Research papers as the result of research projects will be shared to disseminate new audit quality knowledge to practitioners and standard setters, regulators, and other stakeholders internationally for practical development and improvement.
Save the date: Pre-announcement International FAR Conference 2017
We are happy to announce FAR’s second International Conference on 7 and 8 June in the Netherlands, Amsterdam. The conference will focus on sharing what we already know from science on relevant questions from auditing practice (also based on the intermediate outcomes of the FAR research projects), views from practice, ways of further strengthening audit quality, and sharing of research opportunities. Program, registration, and further detailed will be available in due course.
We are proud to issue FAR's second Call for Research Project Proposals (2017). Based on further development of our research agenda and strategy, we would like to invite multidisciplinary research groups in accounting and auditing to submit a written proposal to the...read more