2015 CAAA Annual Conference
Please join us for the 2015 CAAA Annual Conference at the Hilton Toronto Hotel on May 28–31, 2015!
- Professional Development Day workshops:
- "Developing Online Courses" with Phylise Banner and John S. DeJoy, Union Graduate College;
- "Developing the Ability to Make Good Judgments" with Catherine Banks, Ernst & Young Foundation, and Greg Burton, Brigham Young University; and
- "The Craft of Accounting Research: Planning, Performing, and Publishing Research in Accounting" with Dan Simunic, University of British Columbia, Khim Kelly, University of Waterloo, Partha Mohanram, University of Toronto, and Patricia O'Brien, University of Waterloo.
Friday and Saturday
- On Friday at 3:45 p.m., join the Canadian Federation of Business School Deans, CPA Canada and CAAA for a panel discussion on “Enhancing the Status and Contributions of the CPA profession and Academia” in the main Toronto I & II ballrooms;
- Two exceptional lunch keynote programs: On Friday, York University’s Dean Neu on “Accounting and Public Policy Research” and on Saturday, a double bill: University of Toronto’s Ole Kristian Hope on “Creativity and Diversity in Accounting Research” followed by special guest, journalist Jesse Brown (CANADALAND) on “The Next Canada.” Are Canada’s institutions and economy at odds with rapid technological change?
- The Saturday Social Event at the St. Andrew’s Club & Conference Centre.
- Don’t forget to attend the CAAA Annual General Meeting on Friday at 5:15 p.m. in the Governor General room on the second floor (the formal notification and documentation for the AGM are available now here.
- 19th Annual Ethics Workshop by the by the Centre for Accounting Ethics, University of Waterloo:
- Estey Award Presentation;
- "The Influence of Guilt Cognitions on Taxpayers' Voluntary Disclosures" with the research grant recipients of the Centre for Accounting Ethics, Paul Dunn (Brock University) and Jonathan Farrar (Ryerson University);
- "Ethical Issues in Finance: Issues Identified and Approaches to Education"; and
- "Ethical Issues in Taxation: Issues Identified and Approaches to Education" with Brian R. Carr.