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On Friday 25 June, young professionals and young academics will meet in an online brown bag seminar to give input on the research paper of PhD candidate Christian Peters (Tilburg University).

Christian will present his research on “Auditor Task Prioritization: The Effects of Time Pressure and Psychological Ownership” (15-20 minutes). This research paper will be discussed by Xiaoxing Li (VU Amsterdam) (10 minutes). The session will end with an extensive Q&A part (35 minutes). 

Working with proprietary data comes with its own challenges and junior researchers can learn from each other in dealing with these.

The seminar is by invitation only, junior faculty and young academics can reach out to FAR to apply for an invitation (

Interested in the paper Christian will present? You can read it on SSRN:

Auditor Task Prioritization

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FAR Young Academic Brown Bag Seminar
  • Date:
    25 June 2021
  • Location:
    Online - invitation only

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About the speakers

Dr. Christian Peters

Dr. Christian Peters

Christian Peters is Assistant Professor in Accounting at the Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He received his BSc (Honors, IBA), MSc (Accountancy), MPhil (Business), and PhD (Accounting) from Tilburg University in The Netherlands.

His research interests focus on the judgment and decision making of auditing professionals, where he focuses on how operational and contextual features of the auditing environment affect auditors' judgment performance. As a secondary research interest, Christian is interested in the disclosures on and consequences of corporate tax avoidance. His research has been covered by various news outlets, including The Financial Times. 

Christian teaches Assurance and Auditing and won the Excellent Lecturer Award at Tilburg University.