Accounting Area Conferences and Workshops
The Behavioral Tax Symposium brings together scholars working on current topics in the area of tax judgment and decision making. A unique feature of this symposium is that participants may present and discuss research proposals rather than completed manuscripts. This allows researchers to receive feedback on their theory and research designs prior to collecting data—the time in which feedback is most useful for researchers running experiments.
The annual George Mason Tax & Accounting conference provides a forum for accountants, auditors, audit committee members, corporate and non-profit controllers and attorneys, and members of academia to hear first hand from expert speakers about new trends in current tax, accounting and auditing practice. Please refer to the website link below for more detailed information: http://business.gmu.edu/tac
The Accounting Area Research Workshop Series takes place each semester featuring eminent scholars from major research universities and institutions, as well as current faculty at George Mason University.