The plenary speakers of the 2019 APIRA Conference included Gloria Agyemang, Judy Brown, Jane Diplock, Clinton Free and Giuseppe Grossi. Unfortunately there are no recorded videos of these presentations.
Gloria Agyemang, Professor of Accounting & Head of the School of Management, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK, spoke on how to conduct research in a way that maximises our impact.
Judy Brown, Professor of Accounting, School of Accounting and Commercial Law, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, presented on the interrelated dynamics of politics, democracy and accounting.
Jane Diplock, Chairman, Governance and Nominations Committee of the International Integrated Reporting Council; Director, Singapore Exchange, reflected on the issues of trust and confidence in the accounting profession worldwide.
Clinton Free, Professor of Accounting, The University of Sydney, Australia, examined how rationalising misconduct fit within the fraud triangle in auditing and accounting, by sharing his research into serious fraud offenders in Australian prisons.
Giuseppe Grossi, Professor in Accounting, Nord University, Norway, spoke on the fate of public sector accounting and how ongoing global changes have made public sector accounting more unstable.
Below is just a snapshot from the 2019 APIRA Conference.