IFRS Conference 2022


The School of Business Administration at Anglo-American University and the Department of International Business at Metropolitan University Prague organize the jubilee 10th edition of the International Scientific Conference “IFRS: Global Rules & Local Use – Beyond the Numbers”. This event is HYBRID and will take place on October 6-7, 2022 at Anglo-American University.

For the full conference schedule, see here.

About the Conference

Scholars, students, and the interested public wishing to know more about bridging the gap between international accounting rules (IFRS) and local applications are invited to share their knowledge and experience at this Hybrid event, organized jointly by the Anglo-American University and Metropolitan University Prague. Issues to be discussed involve finance, accounting, non-financial reporting, management, and international trade, as well as timely concerns brought by the current uneasy pandemic situation.
With the current interest in non-financial reporting and accounting harmonization, this conference aims to focus on specific accounting differences and what lies behind them, as well as topics related to international trade. Submitted papers should be anchored in a theoretical framework and based on practical research, focusing on practices in emerging markets and transitional economies.

Conference Time

Thursday, October 6, 2022: Opening, Plenary session I, Individual sessions
Friday, October 7, 2022: Plenary session II, Individual sessions, Conference close

For the full conference schedule, see here.

Conference Topics

Topics suitable for the conference include, but are not limited to:

  • Current issues arising from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on reporting, international trade, and economics
  • Specific issues related to non-financial reporting
  • The incorporation of EU Accounting Directives into national accounting rules
  • Valuation of companies in transitional markets
  • Sustainability, environmental and integrated reporting
  • Professional training of accountants in the IFRS era
  • Historical perspectives on IFRS in different countries
  • Relationship between tax and accounting
  • Impact of IFRS on reporting and controlling
  • Financial reporting for SMEs
  • Impression management
  • Territorial aspects, e.g. growing importance of developing countries
  • International taxation
  • Regional impact of international trade regulations
  • IFRS & capital markets

Find all paper abstracts here.

For more information, see here.