25th Annual Ethics Research Symposium
Don't miss the opportunity to attend the 25th Annual Ethics Research Symposium
To be held on Thursday, July 29, 2021, from 11:00 am-5:00 pm Eastern and Friday, July 30, 2021, from 11:00 am-5:00 pm Eastern.
Accounting ethics and professional responsibility are at the core of the profession’s obligation to serve the public interest and honor the public trust. Accounting ethics and professional responsibility research has never been more important. It plays a critical role in investigating causes and consequences of ethical practice and/or failure at the systemic, organizational, and individual levels.
The 25th Annual Ethics Research Symposium will feature academic research, teaching papers, panel sessions, and cases studies that address accounting relevant issues in accounting ethics. The Accounting Exemplar award will be presented by the Public Interest Section. In addition, the Symposium will recognize other research including Best Paper and Best Doctoral Paper.
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Plenary, Thursday, July 29, 2020
11:00 am-11:50 am EDT
Right or Wrong – Who Decides?
J. Kirk Wiebe, Retired NSA Senior Intelligence Analyst, NSA Whistleblower (Mass Surveillance of Americans).This session is an intro to the Military-Industrial-Intelligence Complex (with short Eisenhower video from 1961), focusing then on my NSA experience and mass surveillance (and therefore, the decision to "walk out")
Registration Fee- $120
Registration for the Symposium requires AAA Membership and registration to the 2021 Annual Meeting.
25th Ethics Research Symposium Organizers
Lori Fuller, West Chester University; Tara Shawver, King's College
Questions about the Ethics Research Symposium?
Contact Stephanie Glaser at Stephanie@aaahq.org