KU-XBRL Conferences

2013 KU-XBRL Conference

Abstracts | Presenters' Bios | Program

Session 1

-Matherne - Transparency, Assurance, and Analysis
-Penler - Past, Current and Future Auditor Involvement with SEC Registrant's XBRL Exhibits
-Verkruijsse - Influence of XBRL an auditor's perspective

Session 2

-Kim/Kim/Lim - Does XBRL Adoption Constrain Managerial Opportunism in Financial Reporting?
-Farewell/Hao/Kashyap/Pinsker - A CAse Study Examining the Indian Ministry of Corporate Affairs XBRL Implementation
-Fischer - Evolution and Future Trends for XBRL Development
-Roohani - Integrated Reporting Using XBRL

Session 3

Panel on “Using XBRL Tagged Data to Perform Analysis: Current Status and Future Potentials”

Session Chair: Liv Watson, Director of Global Business Development, WebFilings

-Joe Luczka, KPMG LLP
-Campbell Pryde, President and CEO, XBRL US
-David vun Kannon, Deloitte LLP
-Liv Watson, Director of Clobal Business Development, WebFilings
-Jordan Woodard, XBRL Compliance Manager, Rivet Software

Session 4

-Cohen/Debreceny/Farewell/Roohani - Communicating Assurance on XBRL-Tagged Reports to the SEC
- Gray/Yoon - Determinants of Levels of Satisfaction with SEC-Mandated XBRL Filing Process and Providers
-Penler - Past, Current, and Future Auditor Involvement with SEC Registrant's XBRL Exhibits
-Janvrin/Mascha - The Financial Close Process

Session 5

Panel on “Evolution and Future Trend for XBRL Development”
Session Chair:  Mary MacBain, President and Director of KSCPAs

-Efrim Boritz, University of Waterloo
-Eric Cohen, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
-Herm Fischer, Mark V Systems Limited
-Matthew F Slavin, SEC
-Miklos Vasarhelyi, Rutgers University

Session 6

-Alles/Issa/Vasarhelyi - Rethinking the Practice and Value Added of External Audits: The AICPA's Audit Data Standards (ADS)
-Boritz/No - The Quality of Interactive Data: XBRL versus Compustat, Yaho Finance, and Google Finance
-Nehmer - A Model of XBRL for Business Intelligence

Session 7

-Du/Wu - Do XBRL Filings Take Longer?
-Elsas - On how to move widespread XBRL usage upstream to the point of first recording
-Cong/Hao/Zou - The Impact of the XBRL Mandate on Market Efficiency

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