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Seminário Online

Beyond shareholder value: challenging ideology in accounting education

Inserido no âmbito do ciclo “The ISCAP/IPP Accounting Webinar Series”. Orador convidado: John Ferguson (University of St Andrews).

Beyond shareholder value: challenging ideology in accounting education
Beyond shareholder value: challenging ideology in accounting education

Data & Localização

23/03/2022, 09:30

Seminário Online

Sobre o Evento

No próximo dia 23 de março de 2022 realizar-se-á, pelas 9h30, um webinar subordinado ao tema "Beyond shareholder value: challenging ideology in accounting education", inserido no âmbito do ciclo “The ISCAP/IPP Accounting Webinar Series”. John Ferguson (University of St Andrews).

 

Este seminário está integrado nas actividades de unidades curriculares das Licenciaturas em Contabilidade e Administração, Assessoria e Tradução e Comunicação Empresarial; e do Mestrado em Contabilidade e Finanças, Mestrado em Finanças Empresariais e Mestrado em Economia Social. O evento destina-se a estudantes, docentes e investigadores da área da contabilidade; e insere-se no âmbito da Linha de Investigação "Accountability and Reporting" desenvolvida pelo CEOS.PP. 

 

Caso pretenda participar, p.f., contactar Cláudia Teixeira (mclaudia@iscap.ipp.pt)

 

Link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/84343060811?pwd=Q05OQ0VRZTJkSC82dXVuMnl5elZJQT09

ID: 843 43060811

Passcode: 107531

 

Guest Speaker:

John Ferguson is Professor of Accounting at the School of Management, University of St Andrews (Scotland). John is Co-Director of the Centre for Social and Environmental Accountability Journal (CSEAR). Previously, he was editor of CSEAR's journal, Social and Environmental Accountability Journal (SEAJ) and currently serves on the editorial boards of the Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal and Accounting and Business Research. John's research interests are in the area of accountability and corporate governance. In particular, his work explores the social and organizational impact of different corporate governance models and issues related to corporate accountability for human rights. In relation to the latter, John worked with the Scottish Government to develop a National Baseline Assessment (NBA) of the implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) in Scotland. Building on the work undertaken for the NBA, John continues to provide input into the development of a Scottish National Action Plan.  For more information. see https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/management/people/jf60

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