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Online Webinar

Making the invisibles visible: Including animals in sustainability (and) accounting

The Webinar Making the invisibles visible: Including animals in sustainability (and) accounting, part of "The ISCAP/IPP Accounting Webinar Series", will be held on the 15th of December of 2021.

Making the invisibles visible: Including animals in sustainability (and) accounting
Making the invisibles visible: Including animals in sustainability (and) accounting

Time & Location

15 Dec 2021, 09:30

Online Webinar

About the Event

The Webinar Making the invisibles visible: Including animals in sustainability (and) accounting, part of "The ISCAP/IPP Accounting Webinar Series", will be held on the 15th of December of 2021.

Professor Eija Vinnari* (Tampere University, Finland) will be the guest speaker.

This seminar is integrated in the activities of the curricular units of the Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and Administration, Advisory Services and Translation, and of the Master's Degree in Accounting and Finance, Master's Degree in Corporate Finance and Master's Degree in Social Economics. The event is aimed at students, teachers and researchers in the field of accounting; and is part of the research line "Accountability and Reporting" developed by CEOS.PP.

Session Link:  https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/85214746803?pwd=Z25rTkhTcmFPUHRyT1ZQeXJHMXFrUT09

*Short Bio: Eija Vinnari is Full Professor of Public Financial Management at Tampere University, Finland. Eija’s academic work covers a range of fields including accounting, public management, political philosophy, and environmental/animal ethics. A cross-cutting theme of her research in critical accounting is non-human animals as a marginalized constituency. She has examined for instance the moral mechanism and transformative potential of counter accounts produced by animal rights activists as well as ways in which animal rights considerations could be included into the definition of sustainability. Eija is also keen to explore the potential of agonistic democracy and critical dialogic accounting for facilitating a transition towards a more sustainable world characterized by inter-species justice. In broader terms, Eija is fascinated by ontological, epistemological and methodological questions, actor-network theory and discourse analytical approaches. Eija has published on accountability, actor-network theory, agonistics, counter accounts, discursive struggles and sustainability in journals such as Accounting, Organizations and Society; Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal; Critical Perspectives on Accounting; Financial Accountability and Management; Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics; and Local Environment. She has also contributed to several edited volumes. Eija is associate editor of Critical Perspectives on Accounting and she serves on the editorial boards of Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal; Accounting Forum; Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management; and Scandinavian Journal of Management.

+ info:

https://www.iscap.ipp.pt/destaques-1/noticias/accounting-for-human-rights-a-new-paradigm-for-researching-and-teaching-accounting

https://www.iscap.ipp.pt/destaques-1/noticias/revolutionising-the-accounting-curriculum-in-higher-education

https://www.iscap.ipp.pt/destaques-1/noticias/the-iscap-ipp-virtual-workshops-towards-redefining-accounting-for-tomorrow

https://www.iscap.ipp.pt/destaques-1/noticias/the-iscap-ipp-accounting-webinar-series

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