Attendance policy Although attendance is not mandatory students are expected to

Attendance policy although attendance is not

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Attendance policy Although attendance is not mandatory, students are expected to attend class. Each class benefits from the attendance and participation of all students. Moreover, it is much easier to keep up with the pace of the course if you don’t skip class.
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Assignments Homework assignments (individual) Individual assignments (either end-of-chapter exercises or cases and problems available on Canvas) exist to allow you to stay up to date on the material. They will be discussed in the workshops, based on the work of the workgroup participants. Note that solutions to these assignments are discussed in the workshops but that no standard solutions will be posted on Canvas! Students should submit the solutions to individual assignments before the deadline as indicated on the assignment in Canvas but never later than the Thursday before the workshop at noon . Working with other students is permitted (and encouraged), however copying the work of others is not permitted and will be treated as plagiarism. Assignments are evaluated based on effort (rather than accuracy of the solutions) and graded on a pass/fail basis. Individual feedback will not be provided. Failure of individual assignment will result in a fail of the participation of that workshop. In-class assignments (team) During the workshops and lectures, you will be asked to work on assignments in self-selected teams of three students. The workings of these assignments have to be handed in during class and will be graded. Note that solutions to these assignments are discussed in class but that no standard solutions will be posted on Canvas! About the Lecturer Dr. Miriam Koning is assistant professor at the Accounting and Control department at RSM. She received her doctorate from Erasmus University Rotterdam. Before joining RSM, Miriam worked several years in the international audit practice at Ernst & Young (EY). Her research focuses on corporate financial reporting, with a particular interest in the effect of regulation (especially IFRS) on disclosure practices. She has published in journals like the Journal of International Business Studies, Abacus and the International Review of Financial Analysis. Her teaching interests are focused in the area of financial accounting and reporting. Miriam has taught several courses at the bachelor level, masters’ level and in
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  • Fall '17
  • International Financial Reporting Standards, International Financial Reporting

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