For a listing of recent articles published by AIM faculty and PhD students, click here.
Beginning in Fall 2016, the AIM department will host an annual symposium in the Haslam College of Business that allows University of Tennessee accounting alumni to present and receive feedback on current research. The symposium is open to former accounting students from undergraduate, graduate, or PhD programs. The 2016 symposium will focus primarily on research topics related to audit, tax, and corporate governance. For more information about this year’s symposium, including instructions for submissions, click here.
AIM Faculty and PhD students participate in the college-wide Warren C. Neel Corporate Governance Center (CGC) Distinguished Speaker Series. The Speaker Series brings in prominent speakers each semester to discuss current topics of interest in regulation and practice. Past speakers include SEC commissioners, PCAOB board members, institutional investors, public company board members and executives, and leaders from public accounting firms. For a full list of past speakers, click here.
In addition to the CGC Speaker Series, AIM faculty and PhD students participate in a college-wide CGC Research Forum, which meets on a weekly basis in the fall and spring semesters. The purpose of the Research Forum is to allow faculty and PhD students from accounting, finance, and law to present early stage research on a variety of topics. The AIM department also hosts several outside presenters each semester as part of the AIM Outside Workshop Speaker Series. To see a list of recent presenters in the AIM Outside Workshop Speaker Series, click here.
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