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On Friday 6 October from 15.30 - 16.30 hrs, FAR will organize a FAR Young Auditing Academic Brown Bag Seminar with Ulrike Thuerheimer (Universiteit van Amsterdam).

She will present her paper What audit partner attributes matter in the resolution of detected misstatements? (15-20 minutes). This research paper will then be discussed by Sebastian Kuhn of LMU Muenchen (10 minutes). The session will end with an extensive Q&A part (35 minutes). 

The seminar is by invitation only, junior faculty and young academics can reach out to FAR to apply for an invitation (info@foundationforauditingresearch.org).

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FAR Young Academic Brown Bag Seminar with Ulrike Thuerheimer
  • Date:
    6 October 2023
  • Location:
    Online - invitation only

Event starts in:

4 d. 17:39:29

Speakers

About the speakers

Dr. Ulrike Thürheimer

Dr. Ulrike Thürheimer

Ulrike joined the School of Accounting at UNSW Sydney in August 2020. Prior to that, she completed her PhD in Auditing at Maastricht University, the Netherlands. Ulrike's research centers around audit quality. She is interested in how inputs to the audit, the audit process and contextual factors affect audit production and audit quality. Specifically, her research investigates the quality of group audits, the effectiveness of public oversight and auditor's incentives from regulation and litigation.