Webinar: The paradox of accounting for cultural heritage

 

It is a pleasure to advise details of the third Emerald Webinar, which will take place across countries in North America and South America on Thursday, 29 July 2021. Please see the social media attachments being deployed for this event.

 

This is an opportunity to join Paolo Ferri (Department of Management, Università degli Studi di Bologna, Bologna, Italy), Shannon I.L. Sidaway (Department of Accounting, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia) and Garry D. Carnegie (Department of Accounting, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia) as they discuss their latest article(short title): The paradox of accounting for cultural heritage.

 

This study is a major longitudinal study on the financial reporting of heritage assets of a selection of 16 major public, not-for-profit Australian cultural institutions examined over a period of almost three decades (1992–2019), with the purpose to understand how they have responded to the paradoxical tensions of heritage valuation for financial reporting purposes.

 

Their recently-published article in Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (Vol. 34, No. 4, 2021) is found at the following link: The paradox of accounting for cultural heritage: a longitudinal study on the financial reporting of heritage assets of major Australian public cultural institutions (1992–2019) | Emerald Insight

 

There will be a Question and Answer session following the presentation by the authors.

 

The registration link is below, so kindly share with your network of colleagues.

 

The registration link is: https://bit.ly/3hywzEn

 

Looking forward to responding to any queries about this Webinar on a controversial issue in international financial reporting.