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4th Forensic Accounting Teaching and Research Symposium, 13-14 October

Bond University is pleased to host the 4th Forensic Accounting Teaching and Research Symposium (FATRS) on 13-14 October 2016.

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The objective of FATRS is to disseminate information on all of areas forensic accounting research and education, highlighting recent developments and innovations. Forensic accounting is an emerging field of study being influenced by a rapidly changing digital world. The symposium will bring together networks of academics, practitioners and educators to discuss the impact of research, teaching and the practice of forensic accounting.

FATRS has previously been held at ANU (2009), UOW (2012) and QUT (2014). There have been important developments in teaching and research in forensic accounting since the previous symposium. It is timely to meet again to evaluate the state of teaching and research in forensic accounting, and how that articulates with the professional practice of forensic accounting.

Associated special issue in the Pacific Accounting Review

We are excited to announce that FATRS is being held in association with a special issue of the Pacific Accounting Review titled Forensic Accounting Teaching and Research. All styles of papers that contribute understanding to this field are invited, with an emphasis on applicability to the Pacific region. The guest editors are Professor Keitha Dunstan and Dr Adrian Gepp from the Symposium organising committee. The submission deadline is 30 November 2016.


This symposium is proudly sponsored by:

  • Bond University's Centre for Actuarial and Financial Big Data Analytics;
  • Bond Business School;
  • Bond University Research Services - Research Week;
  • Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ);
  • Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ).

Organising committee