FAR is closely monitoring the developments with regards to the Corona virus. Given the evolving situation, and after careful consideration, unfortunately we have to inform you that we have decided to cancel the scheduled Masterclass of 2 April by Prof. dr. Eddy Cardinaels and his team on “The impact of auditor interactions on audit quality”. A decision we very much regret to have to make.

We will certainly reschedule the Masterclass at a later date and will keep you informed of this.

Thank you to everyone that has registered so far, for your interest in attending the Masterclass and we hope to see you at any of our future events. 


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CANCELLED: FAR Masterclass by Eddy Cardinaels and Kristof Stouthuysen:
  • Date:
    2 April 2020
  • Location:
    Nyenrode Business Universiteit
    Ridderzaal (Nyenrode Castle)
    Straatweg 25
    3621 BG Breukelen, The Netherlands

Speakers

About the speakers

Prof. dr. Eddy Cardinaels

Prof. dr. Eddy Cardinaels

Eddy Cardinaels (1975) is full Professor of accounting at Tilburg University and part-time professor at KU Leuven. His work combines new insights from psychology and behavioral economics to study how different information presentation (ABC, BSC, summaries of earnings releases) can affect decision making of managers within companies. Other experimental work focuses on drivers of honest reporting and social motives in inter-firm negotiations. He also conducts archival work on corporate governance examining how social connections between board members affect financial reporting, how companies use their networks to engage in tax avoidance and factors that drive (excess) compensation. Eddy has published in leading journals such as The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, and Accounting, Organizations and Society, and Review of Accounting Studies. Eddy’s work has been recognized with several prestigious awards including the greatest impact on practice award (AAA).

Prof. dr. Kristof Stouthuysen

Prof. dr. Kristof Stouthuysen

Professor in Accounting and Control at Vlerick Business School and KU Leuven.