Institute for Accounting Research
Development & Innovation
In March 1998, after the formation of the Accounting Research Conference, accounting professors studied methodically for the Accounting Institute.
They consolidated the academics of accounting to establish a direction for the desired development of the accounting field, which they accomplished by performing these roles for association studies. The Accounting Institute received a charter in October of 2005.
Changes were made to the accounting institute with the introduction of accrual accounting, standards of financial statements of the market, financial accounting, management accounting, and environmental changes to accounting in general. The areas of adjustment have been highlighted.
The vision of the Accounting Institute involves developing upon what world-class education and advanced research has created by fostering professional accounting through multiple methods. These approaches include industry-academic cooperation, formation of public and policy projects (such as annual accounting forums), and the understanding of national and international academic trends of domestic academic exchanges.
For further information, contact professor D.Jung (firstname.lastname@example.org)