FAR Seminar Audit Culture and Beyond
- 15 September 2022
We are very happy to announce the following special FAR event "Audit Culture and Beyond". The seminar will be held on the morning of the inaugural lecture of the FAR Audit Research Chair, Prof. dr. Jere Francis, in Maastricht.
We are organizing this seminar to honor the work Jere Francis has done, and still does, in auditing and to underline how his most recent research agenda on culture and audit quality is again taking issue with important questions society and academics have.
During this event, you will be given the opportunity to listen to three presentations, focusing on audit culture relating to audit quality.
The seminar will take place at the Bonnefanten Museum, Avenue Ceramique 250, 6221 KX Maastricht.
Please see below the program:
After the seminar, you are cordially invited to attend the inaugural lecture of Prof. dr. Jere Francis, entitled “Going Big, Going Small, Strategies for Researching Audit Quality”.
The ceremony will start at 4.30 CET in the Aula at the Minderbroedersberg 4-6 at Maastricht University.
Please see link to UM website for more information: https://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/events/phd-conferral-dr-jere-francis
Link to the UM flyer: Uitnodiging Francis (adobe.com)
Registration closes on 6 September 11:00 pm CETBack to overview
15 September 2022
Bonnefanten Museum, Avenue Ceramique 250, 6221 KX Maastricht
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About the speakers
Lena Pieper PhD student
Lena Pieper is a PhD candidate at the Accounting and Information Management Department of Maastricht University, supervised by Prof. Ann Vanstraelen and Prof. Jere Francis. She obtained her MSc in International Business, specializing in Accounting, from Maastricht University (cum laude). Her broad research interests lie in the area of Audit research. She is interested in drivers of audit quality, specifically in understanding how different audit teams and their leaders function and how that impacts audit outcomes.
She is also a member of the multidiscipliniary research theme Culture, Ethics and Leadership and serves as the PhD Representative in the GSBE board.
Together with Prof. Ann Vanstraelen, she co-coordinates and teaches an undergraduate Auditing course.
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.
Dr. Steven Maijoor
Steven Maijoor has been Executive Board Member of Supervision since 1 April 2021. Steven's remit includes supervision of banks, horizontal functions and integrity supervision, and legal services. He is a member of the Supervisory Board of the European Central Bank (ECB).
Before Steven joined DNB's Executive Board, he was Chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), from 2011-2021. Between 2004 and 2011 he was a director at the Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM). Before that, he was a Professor of business economics (1994-2004) and Dean (2001-2004) at the School of Business and Economics at Maastricht University (1994-2004).
Steven graduated in business economics at the University of Groningen. He obtained his PhD in the same field at Maastricht University in 1991.