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SBA Faculty Well Represented at American Accounting Association Regional Meeting
Author: School of Business Administration
Posted: May 11, 2010

The American Accounting Association's Western regional meeting, which took place on April 29-May 1 in Portland, featured several SBA faculty as part of the conference program.

SBA professor Kathy Rupley presented "Audit Committee Effectiveness: Perceptions of Public Company Members Post-SOX," coauthored with professors Elizabeth Almer and Donna Philbrick. Dr. Rupley also presented the paper "Multi-stakeholder Governance: Impact on Environmental Disclosure," coauthored with SBA Associate Deans Darrell Brown and Scott Marshall. Drs. Rupley and Almer also served as moderators for sessions titled "Financial Accounting and Reporting" and "Auditor Choice and Oversight" respectively.

A session titled "Financial Accounting and Reporting" was moderated by SBA professor Raymond Johnson. Dr. Johnson also served as a panelist in a session titled "State Regulation of Public Accountancy: Consequences for the Public Interest in an Age of Mobility." 

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