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Twelfth Accounting Research Workshop
Please find below the Announcement for the yearly Accounting Research Workshop.
Dear colleagues and friends of the ARW,
please find attached the first Announcement and Call for Papers for the Twelfth Accounting Research Workshop on June 24-25, 2021. The deadline for submissions is February 1, 2021.
We are glad to inform you that Judson Caskey (UCLA) and Mirko Heinle (Wharton) have agreed to act as our keynote speakers and we are grateful that both of them accepted our invitation.
Due the Corona pandemic the workshop will be held online for the first time. Of course, we would have preferred to meet in person in the beautiful City of Basel, but we found that an online workshop is still a great opportunity to exchange research ideas and we look forward to this new experience. As in the past we will do our best to assign motivated discussants to each paper to assure that presenters get detailed feedback on their work.
We look forward very much to receiving your submissions and to see you online at the workshop.
Hui Chen, Robert F. Göx, and Ulf Schiller