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  • Welcome to the Strategic and Emerging Technologies Section

    SET stimulates and improves the research in, teaching of, and application of emerging technologies and artificial intelligence methods and techniques in accounting. They promote the global creation and communication of knowledge about strategic and emerging technologies in accounting, auditing and taxation.
  • Jobs Are Not Enough:
    New Figures Show That The Speed At Which America's Economy Can Grow Without Stoking Inflation Has Fallen

    July 19, 2014: The Economist
  • Did Multinationals Use a Foreign Earnings Tax Holiday To Burnish Their Financials Rather Than Reduce Taxes

    June 11, 2014: Forbes' Online
  • Yes, You're Smart, but Can You Manage Your Time?

    July 24, 2014: New York Times

 

JETA, the Journal of the Strategic and Emerging Technologies Section, provides an outlet for studies that are:

  1. Forward-looking research regarding strategic and emerging technologies and their impact on the accounting and business environments;
  2. Discovery and exploratory research about technological environments, including artificial intelligence;
  3. Conceptual research about the technological environment;
  4. Field research of emerging and relatively new technologies;
  5. Archival and retrospective studies of the life cycle of previously emerging technologies with a focus on a historical perspective of such technologies and the knowledge that can be gained in the current and future adoption and implementation of emerging technologies; and
  6. Integrative plans for introducing, managing, and controlling emerging technologies in all areas of accounting (audit, financial, cost, tax, etc.), including both practice and curriculum issues.

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For the last few years the annual Research Workshop is held the day before the formal commencement of the National Meeting. The Transformative Technologies Workshop is held the day before the Research Workshop. Both also share the location of the annual meeting.

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How Audit Reviewers Respond to an Audit Preparer’s Affective Bias - The Ironic Rebound Effect
Michele Frank and Vicky B. Hoffman

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Call for Papers, Academic Track for XBRL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, details here http://conference.xbrl.org/

12/29/14 - Women CFOs shun risky tax dodges,but that can be a problem, study suggests

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12/1/14 - Accelerating the disclosure of corporate audit fees would be a boon for investors, new study suggests
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11/3/14 - CFO VS. AUDIT COMMITTEE: Despite Sarbanes-Oxley, audit-committee dominance of corporate financial reporting remains as much a hope as a reality, study suggests
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10/8/14 - Sudden unexplained jumps or drops in a stock's price bode ill for the long run, study finds

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9/15/14 - Slashing CEO pay improves firm performance - but only superficially
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8/29/14 - SEC's release of little-known comment letters is occasion for top corporate executives to unload shares, study finds
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2016 Joint Mid-Year Meeting of the AIS and SET Sections

January 21-23, 2016


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