The Twelfth EARNet Symposium

Thessaloniki (Greece)
September 22nd & 23rd, 2023

  Preceding Ph.D. Workshop September 21st, 2023

We are happy to announce that the twelfth European Auditing Research Network (EARNet) Symposium will be held on September 22nd and 23rd, 2023, in Thessaloniki, Greece. Thessaloniki is Greece’s second largest city with a population over 1 million. It is a big port city and resides on the coast. It is both a sprawling urban center and a cultural melting pot, where dreams, ideas, visions and trends percolate in an alternative, avant-garde scene. Its rich history is written upon everything that surrounds you in the city. Just as you will enjoy the atmosphere in the numerous open-air cafes and bars, you will adore the choice of traditional tavernas and gourmet restaurants: Thessaloniki is designated as a City of Gastronomy by UNESCO. Nearby Thessaloniki lies the scenic Chalkidiki peninsula, a very popular holiday destination for both locals and international tourists. The weather in Thessaloniki is pleasantly warm in September.
The EARNet Symposium is a major event in Europe for the presentation and discussion of auditing research. It also provides a forum for academics, practitioners, policy-makers and standard-setters to discuss auditing research and current issues in the auditing environment.
A Ph.D. Workshop will precede the symposium on Thursday, September 21st, 2023. The Ph.D. Workshop aims to promote high quality auditing research among young European researchers. Feedback on accepted Ph.D. proposals or Ph.D. related papers is provided by experienced international scholars in auditing research. Papers can only be submitted either to the Symposium or to the Ph.D. Workshop!

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Symposium Host: Ilias G. Basioudis, Aston Business School, UK
Email: i.g.basioudis@aston.ac.uk

EARNet Program Committee:
Kris Hardies, University of Antwerp
Christopher Koch, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Lasse Niemi, Aalto University School of Business
Anna Gold, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam