Bourses de recherche accordées

Les projets suivants ont été récompensés par nos programmes de subventions de recherche.


Subvention de recherce de l'ACPC

Sous-comité de recherche : Giri Kanagaretnam, président, (York University), Fereshteh Mahmoudian (Simon Fraser University), Tashfeen Sohail (Brock University), Sylvia H. Hsu (York University), Han-Up Park (University of Saskatchewan), Matt Bamber (York University) & Justin Jin (McMaster University)

Till-Arne Hahn (HEC Montreal) &
Emer Mulligan
(National University of Ireland, Galway)

(Attribué : 6,000 $)

Shining the Spotlight on the Shifting Sites of Tax Expertise in Canada

Christopher Wong & Joanna Andrejkow (Wilfrid Laurier University) & Dorian Lane (University of Waterloo)

(Attribué : 5,000 $)

The Role of Organizational Identity in Relative Performance Information Systems for Remote Employees

Zvi Singer (HEC Montreal), Jonathon Cziffra (University of New Brunswick) & Jing Zhang (University of Colorado)

(Attribué : 4,500 $)

Are Big4 the Most Competent Auditors? Evidence from Government Audits

Jingjing Zhang (McGill University) & Yetaotao Qiu (Concordia University)

(Attribué : 5,500 $)

Competitive Threat and Strategic Disclosure During the IPO Quiet Period

Elisabeth Peltier, Ahmad Hammam &, Rucsandra Moldovan (Concordia University)

(Attribué : 4,000 $)

The Interplay Pay Satisfaction and Career Prospects in Audit Firms


CPA Canada – ACPC Subvention de recherche en comptabilité générale, certification et fiscalité

Sous-comité de recherche : Wenxia Ge, présidente, (University of Alberta), Ray Zhang (Simon Fraser University), Sharmin Mashruwala (University of Alberta), Tiemei Li (University of Ottawa), & Rajesh Vijayaraghavan (University of British Columbia)

 Seda Oz (University of Waterloo)      


(Attribué : 7 300 $)


Social Movements and Earnings Management



Vasiliki Athanasakou (Saint Mary's University) & 
Lisa Goh (Hang Seng University of Hong           Kong)       

(Attribué : 6 500 $)

Can an annual report expert really improve a company’s story telling?


Desmond Tsang, Ming Liu & JingJing       Zhang (McGill University)


 (Attribué : 6 200 $)

Talking Like Your Boss: CFO-CEO Language Style Matching and Accounting Quality



CPA Canada – ACPC Subvention de recherche en comptabilité de gestion, gestion de la performance, finance, governance, et stratégie

Sous-comité de subvention de recherches : Ling Chu, présidente, (Wilfrid Laurien University), Sandy Hilton (University of British Columbia), & Janet Morrill (University of Manitoba)


Gordon Richardson, Daehyun Kim &
Michael Marin (University of Toronto),
Steve Salterio (Queen's University), &
Albert Tsang (York University)                           


(Attribué : 3 000 $)

The Impact of Board Environmental Expertise
and Social Awareness on Firm Environmental Performance


Maryam Firoozi & Sana Mohsni,(Carleton University)      


(Attribué : 6 000 $)

Cybersecurity Risk Disclosure Practices and the Quality of Disclosure



Leslie Berger, Lan Guo, Kelsey Kirbyson,
& Bradley Ruffle, (Wilfrid Laurier) 


(Attribué : (8 000 $)

How Paying Employees to Quit or to Stay Affects
Employee's Motivations


Han-Up Park, (University of Saskatchewan) 


(Attribué : 3 000 $)

Measuring Relative Efficiency of Sharing
Economy Strategy                                                    



CPA Canada – ACPC Subvention spéciale de recherche en formation

Sous-comité de subention de recherche : Matthew Sooy, président, (Western University), Jordan Bable, (University of Waterloo), & Hamilton Elkins, (University of Saskatchewan)

Camillo Lento (Lakehead University) & Sanobar Anjum (University of Calgary) 

(Attribué : 10 000 $)

Measuring Teaching Effectiveness and does it Lead to Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at AACSB accredited Business Schools – A Mixed Methods Approach

Camillo Lento & Irfan Butt (Lakehead University ) 

(Attribué : 10 000 $)

Accounting Education and Indigenous Peoples: A Systematic Review of the Literature



CPA Canada – ACPC Subvention de recherche visant des sujets particuliers

Sous-comité de subvention de recherche : Kiridaran Kanagaretnam, (McMaster University), Justin Jin (York University)

Michael Wynes, Leslie Berger, Lan Guo & Zhuoyi Zhao (Wilfrid Laurier University)

(Attribué : 9 900 $)

Celebrating Failures: How to Design Performance Management Systems to Foster Employee Resilience in Face of Constant Setbacks


Subvention de recherche de La profession de CPA – CAAA AI (CPA Ontario/CPA Alberta Symposium)

Sous-comité de subvention de recherche : Jamal Nazari, (Simon Fraser University), Gregory Saxton (York University)

Rajesh Vijayaraghavan & Russell Lundholm
(University of British Columbia)

(Attribué : 10 000 $)

Earnings Forecast and Machine Predictions




Subvention de recherce de l'ACPC

Sous-comité de subvention de recherche : Raj Mashruwala, Chair, (University of Calgary), Yutao Li, (University of Lethbridge), Bertrand Malsch, (Queen's University Queens), Regan Schmidt, (University of Saskatchewan), Sandy Qu, (York University) & Jingjing Zhang, (McGill University) 

Dushyantkumar Vyas (University of Toronto) & Sasan Saiy (University of Waterloo)

(Attribué : 6 000 $)

Is it Really a “Fresh Start”? The Impact of Information Quality on the Performance of Companies Emerging from Bankruptcy

Michael Wynes (Wilfrid Laurier University)

(Attribué : 9 000 $)

Does Emotion Influence Investors Information Search Behavior?

Alexander Bleck (University of British Columbia)

(Attribué : 5 000 $)

 A Theory of Accounting Standards.


CPA Canada – ACPC : Subvention spéciale de recherche en formation

Sous-comité de subvention de recherche: Robert Mathieu, Chair, (Wilfrid Laurier University), Nicolas Blais, (Université du Québec à Rimouski), François Brouard, (Carleton University), Irene Wiecek, (University of Toronto), Janet Morrill, (University of Manitoba), & Ling Chu, (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Janie Bérubé & Annie  Brisson (Université du Québec à Rimouski)

(Attribué : 10 000 $)

Les futurs CPA et le développement du savoir-être : perceptions et influences 

Richard Fontaine (Université du Québec à Montréal)

(Attribué : 6 000 $)

How can Management Accounting Become more Relevant to Students in Fashion?

John Michela & Krista Fiolleau (University of Waterloo)

(Attribué : 2 000 $)

Promoting Post-secondary Students' Acquisition of Enabling Competencies through Enhancing Experiential Learning and Motivational Processes

Wayne Solomon (Redeemer University College)

(Attribué : 2 000 $)

Can the Modern CPA once again own the Information Technology Arena? A Look at Teaching Data Analytics Online for the Seasoned, Newly Minted, and soon to be, Chartered Professional Accountant


CPA Canada – ACPC : Subvention de recherche en comptabilité de gestion, gestion de la performance, finance, gouvernance, et stratégie

Sous-comité de subvention de recherche : Lilian Chan, Chair, (McMaster University), Maurice Gosselin, (Université Laval) & Raili Pollanen, (Carleton University)

Anna Czegledi (Conestoga College)

(Attribué 7000 $)

The Impact of Data Visualization of Financial Information: An Empirical Study

 Paulina Arroyo & Nadia Smaili (Université du Québec à Montréal)

(Attribué 7000 $)

Trust, Control and Fraud Prevention: A Stewardship Perspective

Claire Deng (Ryerson University)

(Attribué : 3 000 $)

Constituting International Supply Chains: The Coalition of Management Control Technology and Network


CPA Canada – ACPC : Subvention de rechercher visant des sujets particuliers

Sous-comité de subvention de recherche : Sylvie Héroux, (Université du Québec à Montréal) & Claire-France Picard, (Université Laval)

Bertrand Malsch & Oriane Couchoux (Queen's University), & Laurence Daoust, HEC Montreal

(Attribué : 9 960 $)

Quel est le rôle de la comptabilité financière dans les entreprises technologiques en démarrage ?


CPA Canada – ACPC : Subvention de recherche en comptabilité générale, certification et fiscalité

Sous-comité de subvention de recherche : Walid Ben-Amar, Chair, (University of Ottawa), Bradley Pomeroy (University of Waterloo), Wenxia Ge (University of Manitoba), Carla Carnaghan (University of Lethbridge) & Nourhene Ben Youssef, (University of Regina)

Richard Fontaine (Université du Québec à Montréal) & Natalia Kochetova (Saint Mary's University)

(Attribué : 8 945 $)

How Does the Involvement of Client Service Partners in an Audit Engagement Contribute to Audit Value Co-Cration?

Oliver Okafor & Jonathan Farrar (Ryerson University)

(Attribué : 6 055$)

Retributive Justice in action: An empirical examination of Canadian tax offenders

Leslie Berger, Lan Guo, & Tisha King (Wilfrid Laurier University)

(Attribué : 10 000 $)

Rationalizing Tax Evasion: The Impact of the Sharing Economy on Tax Compliance


CPA Canada – ACPC : Subvention spéciale de recherche en formation

Research Grant Sub-committee: François Brouard , Chair, (Carleton University), Fred Phillips (University of Saskatchewan), Mélanie Roussy (Université Laval) & Jo-Anne Ryan (Laurentian University) 

Richard Fontaine & Hanen Khemakhem (Université du Québec Montréal)

(Attribué : 7 500 $)

What are the necessary Communication and Teamwork competencies for CPA graduates- and how can we teach these skills in the Canadian CPA program? 

Angélique Malo & Cynthia Courtois (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières)

(Attribué : 4 000 $)

Le cas Livent – pourquoi les auditeurs ont-ils été accusés de négligence ? Qu'en serait-il en 2017 ?


CPA Canada – ACPC : Subvention de recherche en comptabilité de gestion, gestion de la performance, finance, gouvernance, et stratégie

Research Grant Sub-committee: Suresh Kalagnanam, Chair, (University of Saskatchewan), Yee-Ching Lilian (McMaster University), Eksa Kilfoyle (University of Windsor) & Barbara J. Sainty (Brock University)

Karel Hrazdil, Irene Gordon & Johnny Jermias (Simon Fraser University)

(Attribué : 5 000 $)

Executive personality traits as determinants of corporate governance structure and firm performance

 Bixia Xu (Wilfrid Laurier University)

(Attribué : 6 000 $)

How does Corporate Social Responsibility Play a Role in Business Relationship Sustainability and Value Creation?

Matthäus Tekathen (Concordia University)

(Attribué : 9 000 $)

Planning under Uncertainty: The Invention and Application of Corridor Budgeting for Enhancing Corporate Planning in Turbulent Times.


CPA Canada – ACPC : Subvention de recherche en comptabilité généra.e, certification et fiscalité
Research Grant Sub-committee: Carolyn Mactavish, Chair, (Wilfrid Laurier University), Krista Fiolleau (University of Waterloo), Jonathan Farrar (Ryerson University), Kim Trottier (Simon Fraser University), Wendy Schultz (University of Alberta) & Thomas Schneider (Ryerson University)

Baohua Xin (University of Toronto)

(Attribué : 7 225 $)

Proprietary Cost and Financial Reporting Transparency 

Caroline Pomare (Mount Allison University) & 
David Lont (Otago University)

(Attribué : 5 500 $)

The Relevance to Investors of Climate-Related Financial Information from Publically Traded Firms

Alex Lyubimov, (Concordia University), Natalia Kochetova-Kozloski & Christian Pietsch (Saint Mary's University)

(Attribué : 9 150 $)

The Effects of Inspection Risk and Time Budget Pressure on Auditors’ Propensity to Use Specialists and Other Evidence Collection Decisions

Songlan (Stella) Peng (York University) & 
Haihao (Ross) Lu (University of Waterloo)

(Attribué : 5 900 $)

Auditing Related Party Transactions: The Effects of PCAOB Auditing Standard No. 18

Natalia Kochetova-Kozloski (Saint Mary's University), Vasiliki Athanasakou (London School of Economics and Political Science) & Georgios Voulgaris (University of Warwick)

(Attribué : 7 225 $)

Evolution of Strategic Reporting in Canada and the UK: Effects on Organizational Performance


Subvention de recherce de l'ACPC

Research Grant Sub-committee: Susan McCracken, Chair (McMaster University), Daniel Coulombe (Université Laval), Joanne C. Jones (York University) & Leslie Berger (Wilfrid Laurier)

Krista Fiolleau (University of Waterloo) & Linda Thorne (York University)

(Attribué : 6 667 $)

The Influence of Technology on Accountants' Ethical Blindness: How Recognition of an Ethical Dilemma Varies Across Task Complexity

Ke Wang (University of Alberta) & Simon Y. K. Fung (Deakin University)

(Attribué : 6 667 $)

Does Disclosing Engagement Partner Identity in the US Improve Audit Quality for Non-US Clients of Foreign Auditors?

Nourhene Ben Youssef (University of Regina) & Claude Francoeur (HEC Montréal)

(Attribué : 6 667 $)

Audit Committee Diversity and Timeliness of Restated Earnings Disclosure



CPA Canada – ACPC : Subvention spéciale de recherche en formation

Research Grant Sub-committee: 

Sylvie Héroux (Université du Québec à Montréal) & Mélanie Héroux (Université Laval)

(Attribué : 5 000 $)

Corporate Governance Requirements: Have they Given Rise to a Red Tape Era?

Lesley Berger (Wilfrid Laurier University), Jonathan
Farrar (Ryerson University) & Linda Thorne (York University)

(Attribué : 5 000 $)

The Impact of Monetary Incentives and Deontic Justice on Whistleblowing Reporting to Tax Agencies 

Krista Fiolleau, Greg Richins & Christopher Wong (University of Waterloo)

(Attribué : 5 000 $)

Displacing reciprocity: Managing negative reciprocal tendencies through control system design


CPA Canada – ACPC : Subvention de recherche en comptabilité de gestion, gestion de la performance, Finance, gouvernance, et stratégie

Research Grant Sub-committee: Emilio Boulianne, Chair, (Concordia University), Majidul Islam (Concordia University0, Marie-Josée Ledoux (Université du Québec à Montréal) & Jieun Chung (Concordia University)

Staci A. Kenno, Michelle Lau &
Barbara Sainty (Brock University)

(Attribué : 10 000 $)

Budgeting at Ontario Universities – Does Strategy Matter? 

Mark Anderson & Yan Ma (University of Calgary),
Rajiv Banker (Temple University) & R. Murray Lindsay (University of Lethbridge)

(Attribué : 10 000 $)

Strategic Adaptation and Risk Management in the Oil and Gas Industry


CPA Canada – ACPC : Subvention de recherche en comptabilité générale, certification et fiscalité

Research Grant Sub-committee: 

Wenjun (Jenny) Zhang (Dalhousie University)

(Attribué : 6 750 $) 

The Association between CEO Pay Ratio and Stock Price Crash Risks 

 Houda Affes (Université à Distance de l'Université du Québec)

(Attribué : 6 750 $)

 Cinq ans après l’adoption des IFRS : la conformité de la pratique des entreprises canadiennes à la normalisation

Wenxia Ge (University of Manitoba)

((Attribué : 6 750 $)

 Executive Pay Disparity and the Pricing of Audit Services


Subvention de recherce de l'ACPC

Research Grant Sub-committee: Kiridaran Kanagaretnam, Chair, (York University), Sophie Audousset-Coulier (Concordia University), Matthew Sooy (University of Western Ontario), & Robert Mathieu (Wilfrid Laurier)

MaryJane Rabier (McGill  University)

(Attribué : 5 000 $)

The Core Components of Goodwill and Goodwill Impairments

Christian Piesch & Natalia Kochetova-Kozloski (Saint Mary's University)

(Attribué : 8 000 $)

A Dual-Process Model of Analytical Engagement in Auditing: Detecting In consistencies between Other Information in Annual Reports, Financial Statements, and the Auditor's Knowledge Obtained during the Audit

 Natalia Kochetova-Kozloski & Mohamed Drira (Saint Mary's University)

(Attribué : 7 000 $)

Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills, Strategic Reasoning Training, and Auditor Skepticism