The University of Bologna will be hosting the 6th International Accounting & Financial Doctoral Symposium between the 17th to 19th June, 2013. The aim of the symposium is to provide doctoral students and early career researchers the opportunity to present their work in a very supportive environment to leading international academics in the areas of Accounting, Banking and Finance.
The 5th International Accounting & Finance Doctoral Symposium will be facilitated by:
Prof David Hillier & Prof Krishna Paudyal: Strathclyde Business School
Prof George Tanewski: Deakin University
Prof Marco Bigelli & Dr Emmanuelle Bajo: University of Bologna
Dr Charlie Cai and Dr Iain Clacher: Leeds University
Prof Don Stokes: Monash University
Prof Robert Faff & Prof Allan Hodgson: University of Queensland
Prof Julio Pindado: Universidad de Salamanca
Another successful year
3rd PhD Accounting and Finance Symposium held by Monash University, the University of Leeds and the Amsterdam Business School builds on its tremendous success in 2008 and 2009. The Symposium, held over two days at the Monash Centre in Prato, Italy, is exclusively focused on mentoring doctoral students who have either successfully completed their probationary candidature or the student's research is advanced enough to constitute a concrete research proposal with some preliminary results. Ideal participants are typically, but not exclusively, one year away from completing their theses in one of the following areas:
The Department of Accounting and Finance, Monash University, in collaboration with the Universities of Leeds and Amsterdam, held its second annual accounting and finance doctoral symposium at Monash’s Prato Centre in Italy on 6th and 7th May 2009. The symposium, which attracts a wide audience of PhD students, included 21 doctoral candidates and 14 faculty members from five European countries and Australia. Presentations by doctoral candidates were made on various topics related to the themes of corporate governance and capital markets research.
The Department of Accounting and Finance,Monash University, has launched an international initiative with the Universities of Leeds and Amsterdam to hold an annual accounting and finance doctoral symposium which will attract a wide audience of PhD students. The inaugural symposium was held at Monash's Prato Centre in Italy on 16th and 17th April 2008. Overall, 27 doctoral candidates and 12 Faculty members from six European countries, including Australia, took part in the event. Presentations were made on various topics related to the theme of capital markets research.