IFRS: Global Rules & Local Use
The School of Business Administration at Anglo-American University and the Department of International Business at Metropolitan University Prague organize jubilee 10th edition of the International Scientific Conference “IFRS: Global Rules & Local Use – Beyond the Numbers”.
DATE: 6–7 October 2022
VENUE: Hybrid format from Anglo-American University Prague, Thurn-Taxis Palace, Letenská 120/5, 118 00 Malá Strana Prague 1, Czech Republic
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ORGANIZERS: School of Business Administration at Anglo-American University and Department of International Business at Metropolitan University Prague
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.
Renown Scholars and Practitioners Who Have Accepted the Role of Keynote Speakers:
Professor David Alexander, University of Birmingham, U.K.
Professor Emeritus David Alexander is a leading theorist of accounting and financial reporting. He focuses on methodology, classification IFRS, cultural differences, and practical application of IFRS in an international context. Besides, David is the author of several key textbooks in the field, both individually and in a team.
Professor Nadia Albu, PhD., Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Nadia Albu is a Professor of Accounting at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania, Visiting Professor at ESSEC Paris, France, and a Fulbright Alumna (2013-2014, University of Dayton). Her research interests include the institutional change in the field of accounting in Central and Eastern Europe, with a focus on Romania. She is the editor of the Journal of Accounting and Management Information Systems and serves on the editorial board of several international accounting journals.
Professor Eleftherios Thalassinos, Ph.D., MBA, the University of Piraeus
DHC 2013, DHC 2015, DHC 2018, Professor at University of Piraeus, Greece, Affiliate Professor at University of Malta, visiting Professor at Neapolis University of Cyprus and Open University of Cyprus, European Chair Jean Monnet, Editor in-Chief ERSJ, IJEBA, IJ TEI, Chair of ICABE.
Professor Ing. Luboš Smutka, Ph.D., University of Life Sciences Prague
Luboš Smutka specializes in commodities markets and world agricultural policy, international trade, and finance.
Professor Ing. Lubor Lacina, Ph.D., Mendel University Brno
Professor Lacina is Jean Monnet Chair in European Economic Studies at the think tank Mendel European Centre, Mendel University Brno, Czech Republic. Professor Lacina is specializing in international economics and the problems of the Eurozone.
Professor Erginbay Ugurlu, Istanbul Aydın University
Erginbay is Professor and Head of the Department of International Trade at Istanbul Aydın University. His major expertise is econometrics, energy economics, and sustainable development. He was a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University in 2013 and, recently, he was also involved in research on the impact of IFRS on the change of institutional environment exploring the link to FDIs.
Dr. Aleš Králík, LL.M.
Head of the Department of Capital Markets of the Ministry of Finance, Czech Republic, the main author of the new conception for the development of Czech capital market.
Ing. Viera Kučerová, Head of ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) for Czech Republic,
Slovakia and Hungary
Ing. Olga Cílečková, Partner in PwC Czech Republic
Olga is leading the CFO agenda, Treasury risk advisory and Academy within PwC. She is focusing mainly on developing and growing the treasury function and commodity advice on the Czech market. At the same time Olga is working very closely with PwC offices from other countries in Central and Eastern Europe. Olga was working with PwC UK until September 2015. She has graduated from Prague University of Economics and Business. She is a Fellow ACCA since 2009.
Ing. Markéta Urbanová is working as an auditor for PwC Czech Republic since 2004.
Markéta is focusing on audit of financial statements prepared using IFRS and providing advice on IFRS for Central and Eastern Europe. Markéta has graduated from the Prague University of Economics and Business. She is a Fellow of ACCA since 2013. Markéta is also a Czech statutory auditor and member of the Czech Chamber of Auditors since 2011.
Mgr. Ing. Magdaléna Králová, President, Union of Accountants of the Czech Republic
Professor Anne Jeny, IESEG School of Management, Lille
Anne Jeny is a Professor of Accounting at IESEG School of Management, Lille, France. Her fields of expertise are financial accounting, financial analysis, value creation and firms’ valuation, with specific expertise in intangible assets and digital transformation.
Professor Bernadette Andreosso-O’Callaghan, University of Limerick
Jean Monnet Professor of Economics at the Kemmy Business School of the University of Limerick. Her research covers the areas of EU-Asia economic relations, comparative (Europe – Asia) economic integration, and the economic growth and structural change in Asian countries, with a focus on East-Asian countries.
Other keynote speakers will be confirmed.
Topics suitable for the conference include, but are not limited to:
- Current issues arising from the impact of 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
Irena Jindrichovska, Metropolitan University Prague
David Muir, Anglo-American University, Prague
Anna Białek-Jaworska, University of Warsaw, Poland
Erginbay Ugurlu, Istanbul Aydın University, Turkey
Dana Kubickova, University of Finance and Administration/ Metropolitan University Prague
Mihaela Mocanu, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
Radka Macgregor Pelikanova, Metropolitan University Prague
Irena Jindřichovská, Metropolitan University Prague
Jan Vašenda, Anglo-American University, Prague
Dana Kubíčkova, University of Finance and Administration/ Metropolitan University Prague
Kateřina Fojtů, Anglo-American University, Prague
Jaroslav Halík, Metropolitan University Prague
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Submitted papers will go through a rigorous double-blind review process. After acceptance, contributions will be included in the conference proceedings. (Authors can opt-out from publication in proceedings).
Full papers in English should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org in MS WORD file format. Detailed instructions for authors are here.
Full papers: August 1, 2022
Revised papers: September 15, 2022
Thursday, October 6, 2022: Opening, Plenary session I, Individual sessions;
Friday, October 7, 2022: Plenary session II, Individual sessions, Conference close
How To Participate?
- Register ASAP via email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Submit full paper by August 1, 2022 (see Instructions here)
- Expect the feedback on the paper within approx. 20 days
- Submit the revised version of the full paper by September 10, 2022
- Expect the notification of acceptance within 10 days
- Pay the conference fee by September 20, 2022 (see instructions below)
- Attend the conference October 6–7, 2022, and present your work
75 EUR (CZK 25 * 75 = 1 875)
- The discounted fee for PhD students is 60 EUR (CZK 1 500).
- An attendance certificate will be issued upon request.
- If you have any issues and cannot present or take part in the discussion, please communicate with us in advance at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment – Bank Transfer for payments in CZK, EUR and USD:
- Name of Bank: Raiffeisen bank
- Address: Vodičkova 38, Praha 1, Czech Republic, 111 21
- Name of Account: Anglo-americká vysoká škola
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- CZK Account Number: 1031009862/5500
- CZK IBAN: CZ735500 0000 0010 3100 9862
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Preliminary Program And Services Included In The Fee
Thursday, October 6, 2022
The conference begins with the opening session followed by parallel sessions, including a student session
Friday, October 7, 2022
Morning sessions start at 9.00, lunch break at around noon, the official end of the conference and Conference close takes place in the afternoon (optional, included in the fee).
The fee also includes:
- Review process and the publication of conference proceedings on the website
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