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Research, Risk, Relevance and Purpose: Projects that make a difference

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16 de fevereiro de 2022 | 09h30 | Online


No próximo dia 16 de fereiro, realizar-se-á, pelas 09h30, um webinar subordinado ao tema "Research, Risk, Relevance and Purpose: Projects that make a difference", inserido no ciclo "The ISCAP/IPP Accounting Webinar Series".  

16 Fevereiro de 2022 (9:30 a.m. PT/UK time). O orador convidado é o Professor Ian Thomson (University of Birmingham, UK). 

Este seminário está integrado nas actividades de unidades curriculares das Licenciaturas em Contabilidade e Administração, Assessoria e Tradução; e do Mestrado em Contabilidade e Finanças, Mestrado em Finanças Empresariais e Mestrado em 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)   

Link para reunião: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/84343060811?pwd=Q05OQ0VRZTJkSC82dXVuMnl5elZJQT09 
ID: 843 4306 0811
Passcode: 107531 

Guest Speaker: Professor Ian Thomson 

Ian Thomson is a Professor of Accounting & Sustainability at Birmingham Business School and his research is concerned with how accounting and other forms of evidence impacts in organizational decision making and operations which have a social and/or environmental impact. This research has included interdisciplinary studies on implementation of cleaner technology, establishing industrial ecologies, effective stakeholder engagement, risk governance in water and salmon farming, sustainable development indicators, government policy making and external accounting. 

He has been called as an expert witness to the Scottish Parliament’s Finance and Infrastructure & Capital Investment Committees, Special Policy Advisor to the Scottish Parliament’s Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change Committee, Budget Advisor to the Scottish Parliaments’ Cities and Infrastructure Committee and was a member of the expert stakeholder panel for the Sustainable Development Commission (Scotland). 

In 2012 he was elected as convener of the Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research. Until recently Ian Thomson was Professor of Accountancy at Heriot-Watt University and prior to this position was Professor of Accounting at Strathclyde Business School. He is a Chartered Management Accountant and before becoming an academic held senior accounting positions in NHS Scotland and BBC Scotland. 

For more info. See: https://research.birmingham.ac.uk/en/persons/ian-thomson 

 

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