15th ANNUAL HASKELL & WHITE ACADEMIC CONFERENCE

Organizer: 
Center for Corporate Reporting & Governance (CCRG)
Dates: 
September 23, 2021
Location: 
Online
Category: 
Event Language: 
English
Submission deadline: 
August 20, 2021

15th ANNUAL HASKELL & WHITE ACADEMIC CONFERENCE
CORPORATE REPORTING AND GOVERNANCE CONFERENCE
BLENDING THEORY WITH PRACTICE
Hosted by the Center for Corporate Reporting and Governance

Thursday, September 23, 2021
Virtual Conference

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES & NOTICE OF DECISIONS

The Center for Corporate Reporting & Governance (CCRG) is seeking academic papers for the Haskell & White academic conference.

Submissions should be received by Friday, August 20, 2021. All manuscripts are subject to a blind review process. Email notification of the outcome of each submission will be sent to the corresponding author or authors in early September. The number of papers accepted for this conference will be limited.

Each paper submission should include a title page listing the corresponding author’s name and email address. All papers must be in Word or PDF format and emailed to: ccrg@fullerton.edu

There are no fees for registration or participation in the 15th Annual Haskell & White Academic Conference.

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The Haskell & White Conference is intended to provide opportunities for academics to engage with experienced researchers, receive feedback on their work and network with the practicing community. We welcome papers from current and recently graduated PhDs.

The CCRG will host the Academic Conference on Thursday, September 23, 2021 followed by the 20th Annual SEC “Hot Topics” conference on Friday, September 24, 2021 through Zoom's video webinar. The SEC conference is attended by over 500 professionals from Southern California.

The CCRG welcomes all presenters and academics to attend the 20th Annual SEC “Hot Topics” conference at no cost.

ABOUT THE CENTER FOR CORPORATE REPORTING & GOVERNANCE
Part of the College of Business and Economics at California State University, Fullerton and housed within the Department of Accounting, the Center for Corporate Reporting & Governance (CCRG) was created in 2003 to address corporate reporting and governance issues facing companies and their auditors in the changing financial environment. The CCRG is a premier resource for financial reporting and corporate governance in Orange County, California. Its annual SEC Financial Reporting Conference in September features leading experts from the SEC, FASB, and PCAOB and attracts over 500 corporate board members and accounting professionals. Beginning in 2010, the Academy of CCRG was created to offer CPE courses on US GAAP Updates, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), and specialized accounting topics such as Accounting for Stock Options and Revenue Recognition.