When:
15/02/2019 @ 12:00 – 18:00
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Where:
2nd and 3rd floor of the UvA Institute for Advanced Study (IAS)
Oude Turfmarkt 147
Amsterdam

This Friday Lucas Hoogduin will present on “Accounting and Auditing – a skill or a science?”. We will combine lunch and lecture together, so if you are coming please register using doodle before Thursday (February 14) so we have lunch for you too.

When: February 15, 2019 | 13:00-18:00.
Where: 2nd and 3rd floor of the UvA Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), Oude Turfmarkt 147, Amsterdam.

Abstract: Current developments in data and computational science find applications in the domain of Accounting and Auditing. To what extent do these developments add objectivity to the work of the auditor? In this presentation, the essence of the work of the auditor will be discussed, and a comparison will be made with ‘soft’ sciences like History, Law and Literature on the one hand and Econometrics, Statistics and Mathematics on the other.

PROGRAMME
13:00-14:00: lunch & lecture by Lucas Hoogduin
14:00-17:00: informal discussions
17:00-18:00: drinks

You can find an agenda for weekly meetings on the IAS website.

About the Friday Club
It’s a weekly informal gathering, where you can bring your issues/projects to discuss, help others to find solutions for their projects, exchange ideas and meet new people. There is no agenda other than a plenary session from 13:00-14:00, organized by junior scientists (e.g. lectures, discussions, a journal club).