Podcasts and Videos

Design Science Research in Accounting Workshop (DRAW1)
Videos from the DRAW1 workshop at the 2013 Midyear Meeting.

Transformative Technologies Workshop Videos
Videos from the first Transformative Technologies Workshop.

Podcasts:

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Do please feel free to contact us with any queries or questions you have about anything you find on these pages - the section's webmanager, Rob Nehmer, can be contacted on nehmer@oakland.edu.

Podcast - Marilyn Prosch

A perspective on privacy with Dr. Marilyn Prosch of the Arizona State University. The protection of privacy has become an important concern for corporations, government agencies, not-for-profits and regulators in all areas of society. There are important implications for many aspects of information systems and technology. In this podcast, Marilyn Prosch introduces US and international privacy standards and frameworks and discusses the implications of privacy for IT and for the classroom and research.

 


Do please feel free to contact us with any queries or questions you have about anything you find on these pages - the section's webmanager, Rob Nehmer, can be contacted on nehmer@oakland.edu.

Podcast - Mark Cecchini

This podcast is with Dr. Mark Cecchini, an Assistant Professor at the University of South Carolina's Moore School of Business. Mark was the recipient of the 2006 SET Outstanding Dissertation Award for his dissertation: "Quantifying the Risk of Financial Events Using Kernel Methods and Information Retrieval."

 


Do please feel free to contact us with any queries or questions you have about anything you find on these pages - the section's webmanager, Rob Nehmer, can be contacted on nehmer@oakland.edu.

Podcast - Nancy Bagranoff

An interview with Nancy Bagranoff, the Dean of the College of Business and Public Administration at Old Dominion University, but more importantly - at least for us - the President Elect of the American Accounting Association. Nancy discusses administrative issues from a systems perspective.