The 2017 AASB Research Forum was hosted by the University of Melbourne, Department of Accounting on Friday 24 November.
The forum brought together academics, practitioners and regulators to explore the topic of effective communication of financial and narrative reporting. As well as the presentation of research findings, the program featured a keynote presentation from IASB Vice-Chair Sue Lloyd and presentations from the AASB Research Director Prof Christine Helliar and the University of Melbourne's Prof Ian Gow.
The presentations are available for download via the below links:
Is financial reporting still an effective tool for equity investors in Australia?
Recognition, measurement and disclosure of intangibles
The communication of accounting information in summary financial reports
Research and Standard Setting – how to contribute to the IASB's work, presented by IASB Vice-Chair Sue Lloyd
Influencing, collaborating and engaging with standard setters, presented by AASB Research Director Christine Helliar
Overcoming challenges in Australian Research settings, presented by Director, Melbourne Centre for Corporate Governance and Regulation, Prof Ian Gow