ACA Doctoral Brownbag Seminars ACA Brownbag Seminars Since spring term 2015, ACA offers regular Brownbag Seminars. Each seminar, one doctoral student or early career researcher presents his/her work within an informal setting. The seminars enable a fruitful exchange and give the chance to receive quick feedback for new ideas. Any topics related to accounting, control, and auditing are more than welcome. Per semester, six seminars are set on Wednesdays from 12 noon to 1 pm in room 57-302 at ACA-HSG (unless otherwise stated). The presenter can decide about structuring his slot concerning presentation and an open discussion. A small lunch will be served. Wednesdays, 12:00pm - 1:00pm, room 57-302 (unless otherwise stated) Date Title Speaker 25/09 "Corporate Financial Disclosure via Twitter - Overview of Thesis, Current Research Status & Open Discussion" Jamie Johnston 09/10 "Managing Attention with Accounting Information: A Configurational Perspective on Transparency" Stefan Illich-Edlinger 23/10 "The use of data analytics in external auditing" Anita Gierbl 13/11 "Management Control Systems and Corporate Purpose" Janine Burghardt 27/11 "New Ways of Pay for Performance - A Field Experiment" Jonas Solbach 11/12 "Non-IFRS profit information in annual reports - evidence from Australia" Chang Zhao Please email Arthur Stenzel (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to attend or present and for any further questions.