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Publicado em: 03 Outubro 2022

ISCAP/IPP Accounting Webinar Series

6, 19 de outubro e 9 de novembro de 2022

Nos próximos dias 6, 19 de outubro e 9 de novembro de 2022 realizam-se os seguintes seminários no âmbito do ISCAP/IPP Accounting Webinar Series.

Este seminário está integrado nas atividades de unidades curriculares da Licenciatura em Contabilidade e Administração; Licenciatura em Assessoria e Tradução; Licenciatura em Comunicação Empresarial; Mestrado em Contabilidade e Finanças; Mestrado em Finanças Empresariais e Mestrado em Gestão e Regime Jurídico-Empresarial da Economia Social . 

O evento destina-se a estudantes, docentes e investigadores da área da Contabilidade e insere-se no âmbito da Linha de Investigação "Accountability and Reporting" desenvolvida pelo CEOS.PP.
Caso pretenda participar, p.f., contactar Cláudia Teixeira (mclaudia@iscap.ipp.pt).


6 de outubro 2022, 15h30

The blind spots of interdisciplinarity in addressing grand challenges.
Oradores convidados: Erica Pimentel (Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, Canada) e Charles H. Cho (Schulich School of Business, York University, Canada).    

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19 de outubro 2022, 14h30

Looking ahead: Reflections on Impactful Accounting Education. Approaching Sustainability through Accounting Education.
Orador convidado: Charles H. Cho (Schulich School of Business, York University, Canada).   

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9 de novembro 2022, 9h30 

Subject, method and praxis – Conducting critical studies in accounting research.
Orador convidado: Stewart Smyth (Sheffield University, UK).   

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Guest Speakers:

Erica Pimentel currently an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the Smith School of Business, Queen’s University. Her research focuses on the impact of technological disruption on how auditors work, with a particular focus on remote work and blockchain technologies. A CPA of over a decade, Erica remains connected to the profession through her involvement in working groups at CPA Canada and l’Authorité des marchés financiers. She is a frequent contributor to the media and has been featured in outlets like the Wall Street Journal, the National Post, the Globe and Mail and many others.  

Charles H. Cho is Professor of Sustainability Accounting and the Erivan K. Haub Chair in Business & Sustainability at the Schulich School of Business, York University. His research interests include Social and Environmental Accounting; Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); and Accounting and the Public Interest. Professor Cho has published his work in leading academic and currently serves as an Editor of Accounting Forum and the Accounting and Business Ethics Section Co-Editor of theJournal of Business Ethics. He is actively involved in the academic community as a Council member of the Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR) and Chair of its International Associates Committee; is regularly invited as plenary keynote speaker at international conferences and professional events; and solicited by the media. Recently, he was selected as one of the “Top 50 Academic and Research Support Project” from the Republic of Korea’s Prime Minister and Minister of Education and was recognized as one of the top 2% most cited scholars within discipline worldwide (34th in the world and 1st in Canada) in the Accounting field for 2019. 


Professor Stewart Smyth holds a Chair in Accounting at Sheffield University Management School. He is the current President of the British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) and was previously the chairperson of the Interdisciplinary Perspectives Special Interest Group of BAFA. Stewart is the member of several editorial boards including the journal Critical Perspectives on Accounting (CPA) and Accounting Forum. He is also co-editor of two upcoming special issues of CPA one on Conducting Critical Accounting studies and the other on Accounting for Housing. Stewart's research interests cover the policy and financing of public services focusing on public/social housing and the use of PPPs to deliver public infrastructure; the use of accounting information by trade unions and social movements; and related conceptions of public accountability. The nature of Stewart's research leads him to pursue a range of public and policy engagements including speaking at housing policy conferences and writing for different media outlets on accounting and finance issues. 


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