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Miscellany — interesting items that caught my eye during the week.

From Bloomberg Businessweek, “Top B-School Stories of 2011.”

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Is IFRS for Criminals?

Lost sight of in the SEC push to adopt IFRS is the primary reason for adopting it.  In “IFRS Is for Criminals,” Ed Ketz and Anthony Catanach of… 328 more words


Ketz Getz It Right

Over on the the AECM listserv, several of us are fans of Ed Ketz (Penn State prof) and his Accounting Cycle column at SmartPros.  For example, when Bob Jensen passes along the link to Ketz’s latest editorial, he always labels it “Ketz Me If You Can.”  Tom Selling ( 422 more words


AECM Bloggers

AECM (Accounting Education Using Computers and Multimedia) is the listserv for accounting professors.  Membership fluctuates between 600-1,000.

Over the years, the e-mail discussions have been carried out between Bob Jensen, David Fordham, Paul Williams, Jagdish Gangolly, Amy Dunbar, Ed Scribner, Richard Campbell, myself and several others (my apologies for not mentioning any that want to be recognized). 789 more words


They Are the Must Reads

Today I shine a bright light on some blog posts that are not only interesting, but also imaginative and compelling.   More than posts, they truly are articles in the fine tradition of business journalism.   960 more words


Barak Obama, Mary Schapiro and the SEC

The two issues everyone is talking about this week are (1) financial market regulation and what President-elect intends to do about it, and (2) editorials from the Washington Post and the New York Times opposing Obama’s intention to nominate Mary Schapiro as next Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission.  1,605 more words