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Nordic Accounting Conference 2016

November 17, 2016 – November 18, 2016


It is a great pleasure to invite you to attend the Nordic Accounting Conference 2016, which will be held at the Department of Accounting and Auditing at Copenhagen Business School. The purposes of the conference are to share research ideas as well as to establish a network among the Nordic researchers within accounting and auditing. It is the organizing committee's profound belief that by uniting our expertise we will be able to: 

  • Produce better research 
  • Increase productivity 
  • Establish better PhD programs 
  • Attract more PhD students 
  • Build a better reputation in the research community  
  • Provide teaching resources across borders 
  • Increase external funding 

For these reasons we encourage Nordic accounting and auditing researchers (working both in and outside the Nordic countries) to join the conference. Practitioners with an interest in accounting and auditing research are also encouraged to attend.  

You can register for the conference on the following website www.noracc.cbs.dk. If you intend to present a paper at the conference, please use the same website.  Doctoral students are encouraged to present papers at the conference. All submitted abstracts/papers will undergo blind peer review for their significance and scientific quality. There will be assigned a discussant for all papers selected for the conference. Each paper will be allocated 30 minutes, which include presentation (10-15 minutes), discussion by the discussant (10 minutes) and questions from the audience (5-10 minutes).  

To encourage as many as possible to participate in the conference the fee is only DKK 650 and free for doctoral students enrolled in accounting at a Nordic university/business school. All extra costs are covered by the organizing partners through internal funding and sponsorships. The conference includes lunch, drinks, conference dinner etc. Doctoral student enrolled in accounting at a Nordic university/business school will furthermore get a refund of up to DKK 500 for the cost of the hotel. The reimbursement should be finalized no more than 14 days after the conference. 

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Deloitte PhD award (1000 Euro) 

The Deloitte PhD award goes to the best paper authored or co-authored by a PhD-student.  

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Advisory board for the conference 

  • Frøystein Gjesdal, Professor, Norwegian School of Economics 
  • Kenth Skogsvik, Professor, Stockholm School of Economics 
  • Juha-Pekka Kallunki, Professor, Oulu Business School 
  • Einar Gudbjartsson, Associate professor, University of Iceland 
  • Frank Thinggaard, Professor, Aarhus University, Department of Economics and Business 

The Organizing Committee 

  • Thomas Plenborg, Professor, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark  
  • Jytte Grambo Larsen, Associate professor, Copenhagen Business School 
  • Thomas Riise Johansen, Professor, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark  

The Scientific Committee  

  • Mia Kaspersen, Assistant professor, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark (co-chair) 
  • Ole Sørensen, Associate professor, Copenhagen Business School (co-chair) 
  • Carsten Rohde, Professor, Copenhagen Business School 
  • Peter Skærbæk, Professor, Copenhagen Business School 
  • Claus Holm, Professor, Aarhus University, Department of Economics and Business 
  • Hans Frimor, Professor, Copenhagen Business School 
  • Kjell Henry Knivsflå, Professor, Norwegian School of Economics 
  • Juha Kinnunen, Professor, Aalto University School of Economics 
  • Henrik Nilsson, Professor, Stockholm School of Economics 
  • Dennis van Liempd, Associate professor, University of Southern Denmark 
  • Christian Ax, Professor, University of Gothenburg 
  • Salme Näsi, Professor, University of Tampere 
  • Hanna Setterberg, Assistant professor, Stockholm School of Economics