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Scope and research areas
Research and studies on organizational planning and control measurement, information and support systems. Among the various themes of interest, this area addresses: Management Accounting, Cost Analysis and Management, Controllership in Private and Service Entities, Economic Management, Theory of Constraints, Tax Planning and Management, Logistics and Control Elements, Strategic Planning and Budget Control, Management Control in Organizations, Management Information Systems, Information Technology and Systems, Investment Project Assessment and Sustainability, always from the Accounting perspective.
Research and studies on accounting information identification, measurement and disclosure. The area includes: Accounting theory, Financial accounting, Standard convergence, Social balance sheet (Value added statement, Environment, Human resources), Intellectual capital, Governmental and third sector accounting, Independent auditing, Financial statement analysis, Disclosure of inflation effects, Tax accounting and Corporate governance.
Studies and research on the conceptual and/or empirical aspects of financial, credit and capital markets, as well as resource application from the perspective of past and/or projected business performance, provided that they are linked with accounting. The area includes: Auditing, Short and long-term corporate finance, Valuation, Risk management and Quantitative methods applied to financial accounting.
Studies and research on models, methods, techniques and instruments aiming for the qualitative improvement of the entire teaching-learning process, as well as scientific research development in all Accountancy knowledge areas. The area includes: Higher education in Brazil/abroad and Accounting, finance and actuarial sciences, Accounting education, Global curriculum, Teaching and learning process, Learning styles and strategies, Education technology, Online education and Virtual collaborative models, Accounting epistemology, Graduate profile and evolution and Educational program assessment.
Covers themes such as risk management and social protection. Some of the principal elements are all of the modalities of insurance, basic security, complementary welfare, health, enterprise risk management and financial risk, finance and investments, demography and aging, and other research themes using actuarial techniques.
Includes works on innovative themes or which may have an interdisciplinary character, which does not fall within the previous lines.
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