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ACCT 90013:Theory ofFinancialAccountingWeek 1 Lecture:Introduction
1.CourseOverview2.FinancialAccountingTheory3.InformationAsymmetryandFinancialAccounting2Structure of Today’s Lecture
CourseOverview
Education and Visits2019: Visiting Scholar,University of Texas at Austin–McCombs (USA)2010-2014: PhD in Accounting, Reporting & Taxation,Universities of Graz & Vienna& Vienna University of Economics and Business(Austria)2012-2013: Visiting Scholar,University of Pennsylvania–Wharton(USA)2004-2009: BSc & MSc in Business Administration, BA & MA in Sociology,University of Graz(Austria)Professional Experience2015-now: Senior Lecturer,The University of Melbourne2014-2015: Visiting Assistant Professor,Purdue University(USA)2010-2012: Senior Auditing Associate,Moore Stephens Austria2006-2010: Internships in strategy consulting, auditing, group treasury, market research; in the automotive,packaging & paper, retail industries, public sectorResearch and TeachingResearch on the intersection between accounting, finance, economics, and law about contemporaryfinancial market regulations (e.g., credit ratings, enforcement, pay disclosure, internal controls, auditoversight); among the very few accounting theoristsTeaching experience: Financial and managerial accounting (undergrads, graduate, postgraduate) in Germanand English in Austria, Australia and the USIntroduction “Stefan”
Instructor TeamPleaseringthestaffusingtheScreeninthefoyerofLevel7 whencominginforconsultation.Email: AllemailqueriesMUSTinclude“ACCT90013”inthesubjectlineoftheemail!NameContact DetailsDrYanLiAddress: Level 7, ‘The Spot’, 198 Berkeley Street, Carlton 3010Phone: 03 834 49244Email: [email protected]Consultation hours: By appointment onlyA/ProfBoQinAddress: Level 8, ‘The Spot’, 198 Berkeley Street, Carlton 3010.Phone: 03 834 49361Email: [email protected]Consultation hours: By appointment onlyDrStefanSchantl(subjectcoordinator)Address: Level 7, ‘The Spot’, 198 Berkeley Street, Carlton 3010.Phone: 03 834 41171;Email: [email protected]Consultation hours: By appointment only
LecturesObjective:Learnandunderstandfinancialaccountingtheory1.5hoursperweek(Weeks1‐ 12)SeminarsObjective:Practiceskillsbyapplyingtheoriestopractice1.5hoursperweek(Weeks2‐ 12)GrouppresentationsSeminarquestionsandcasestudydiscussionsTeaching Format
Seminars: Group PresentationOrganisationAmaximumof4memberspergroupAllteammembers havetopresentPresentationsstartinweek4Length:15minutesfollowedby5‐10minutesQ&AStructure:PartI:ReviewimportanttheoryfromlastweekPartII:Findoneexamplefrompracticeanduselearnedtheory toexplaintheexampleNote:Individualisedpresentationfeedbackwillbeprovidedaftertheseminar
Course InformationSubjectWebpage:Materialspostedinadvance– Requiredreading– Lectureslides– SeminarquestionsandcasesSolutionnotestoseminarquestionswillbepostedafterthelastseminaroftheweekhasbeencompletedAlsoavailable:recordingsofthelecture(LectureCapture)NOTasubstituteforattendanceNOrecordingforseminars
Lectures:StudentsarerequiredtoattendonlyONE

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