The MIT Asia Conference in Accounting aims to bring together academics and practitioners of accounting and corporate governance in the Asia-Pacific region with leading scholars from the United States, Europe, and beyond. The goal of this annual two-day conference is to incubate and develop rigorous and relevant research in the field of accounting, defined broadly.
Through thoughtful and constructive workshops and interactions, the conference expects to encourage and facilitate researchers in Asia to employ the highest standards of academic diligence in addressing challenges that are topical to managers, investors, regulators, and/or market intermediaries such as auditors and analysts. Over time, the conference hopes to become a preeminent forum for cutting-edge accounting research in Asia.
In 2013, the conference was held in Shanghai on July 13 and 14, 2013.
Information on the 2014 MIT Asia Conference in Accounting can be found here:
S.P. Kothari, MIT Sloan
Feng Li, University of Michigan
Karthik Ramanna, Harvard Business School
Ross Watts, MIT Sloan
Paper submissions for the 2013 MIT Asia Conference in Accounting are closed. Visit the 2014 MIT Asia Conference in Accounting website.