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You are warmly invited to register for the third CSEAR Ireland Virtual Conference, with the theme of Building Back(?) for the Common Good

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Please register for the third annual CSEAR Ireland Conference, which will take place online from Ireland on Friday, October 22nd.

The conference theme, "Building Back(?) for the Common Good" questions the inevitability of rushing back to where we were before the pandemic, and brings a focus on common good, solidarity and equality. We hope it will raise ideas on what we as accounting scholars can do right now.

The conference also features what promises to be a fascinating interactive panel in the afternoon, with Ben Philips, author of How to Fight Inequality together with CSEAR stalwarts Kathryn Haynes and Charles Cho, addressing issues of accounting and social justice and what accounting scholars can contribute as we move out of the pandemic.

The conference is free, but places are limited by our online platform, so please do register if you are able to attend.

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Organiser ARC Accountability Research Cluster at Kemmy Business School

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The ARC Research Cluster is based in the critical accounting paradigm, and focuses on accountability in the broadest sense, responsibility and the public interest. We are based at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, Ireland.

Our current projects include: decision-making in the tax profession, social and environmental reporting; tax attitudes; educating for responsibility and sustainability; professional expertise in society; the role of accounting in environmental stewardship; accounting technoogies in market risk management and accounting for the SDGs, all of which come under the broad heading of the common good and public interest.

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