XRB Research Forum

We are hosting our first virtual research forum on the 11 December 2020 to promote the interaction between accounting and auditing academics and standard-setters.

Our aim is three-fold.  We want to: 

  • update academics on current standard-setting developments and outline related research needs;
  • allow academics to present relevant research and receive feedback; and
  • consider the related implications for accounting education.

Who can attend?

The Forum is open to all academics and PhD students who have an interest in accounting or auditing standards.

There is no cost to attend.

You may attend any or all of the sessions below. You do however, need to register as it is a virtual event.

The tentative schedule is as follows:

10:30AM - 12:00PM

XRB, NZASB and NZAuASB update

This session will provide an update on recent standards issued, standards in development and outline the related research needs of the boards to be followed by a Q&A session.

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1:00PM - 2:30PM

Issues in response to COVID-19

This session will provide an update of financial and auditing guidance issued by the boards in relation to COVID-19 and outline related research and teaching implications, to be followed by a Q&A session.

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2:45PM - 4:15PM

Research paper presentations

This session will comprise research presentations by academics on relevant topics. Papers are to be selected by the steering committee (see below).

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Call for Papers

If you are a researcher with research relevant to the XRB, NZASB or NZAuASB we invite you to submit papers. The XRB Research Forum provides a dynamic space for accounting and auditing academics to ensure their research has impact by engaging with the New Zealand standard-setting community and receive feedback from a range of academics.

To indicate your interest in presenting your work at the forum, please email a copy of the paper to Michael Bradbury by Friday 30 October 2020. We will notify authors of the outcome of the review process by Friday 13 November 2020.


To find out more about the XRB Research Forum email Kerrie Cole  or in relation to Research Papers, you can contact any member of the inaugural academic steering committee:

Michael Bradbury
David Hay
Nives Botica-Redmayne
Tom Scott