Accounting, Auditing and Control

Department of Business Economics
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Paper by Patricia Breuer published in Science

The paper ‘Mandatory disclosure would reveal corporate carbon damages’ by Patricia Breuer and her co-authors has been published in a recent issue of Science.

Work must start paying more. But how?

The House of Representatives is taking steps to increase the tax system; there is consensus that the current tax system is not working well.
Peter Kavelaars, Professor of Fiscal Economics at Erasmus School of Economics

The effects of tax law on financial reporting

Jochen Pierk talks about the findings from a recently published paper, in which he shows that tax laws have an effect on financial reporting.

Do shell companies and others still find themselves in a tax haven in the Netherlands?

What determines whether a country is a tax haven or not and can we still justify calling the Netherlands a tax haven? Peter Kavelaars answers these questions.
Peter Kavelaars, Professor of Fiscal Economics at Erasmus School of Economics

Exception made for international mother companies regarding government support

Professor of Economics of Taxation Peter Kavelaars appeared at a broadcast of BNR Nieuwsradio to discuss the arguments surrounding a decision of the Dutch
Peter Kavelaars, Professor of Fiscal Economics at Erasmus School of Economics

Accounting professor Linda Myers visits Erasmus School of Economics

Linda Myers has been appointed visiting professor Audit and Governance at Erasmus School of Economics.

Erasmus Accounting Workshop

This event features the work of four researchers from top schools, and aims to foster and strengthen the network of scholars around the world.
Green Woudestein campus overlooking water and several school buildings.

Publications

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Research

Non-GAAP winstcijfers: Het einde van accounting?

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