Access to Audit Personnel Grant Program
The CAQ, in connection with the Auditing Section of the AAA, established a program designed to facilitate accounting and auditing academics’ ability to obtain access to audit firm personnel to participate in their research projects.
The Annual CAQ Symposium brings together practice leaders and audit research scholars for a discussion of important issues and an exploration of how research can inform those issues. On the pages for each event, find videos, summaries, and panel participants.
What’s happening in ESG reporting & assurance today? Top 5 Takeaways from CAQ Symposium 2021
Research Advisory Board Grant Program
The CAQ and the public company auditing profession are dedicated to supporting valuable independent academic research that can have important, real-world impact on audit quality and the future of auditing.
Risk Assessment Panel Discussion
The panel discussion videos are short excerpts from a CAQ event where practitioners and a leading academic provide perspectives on various issues related to the auditors’ risk assessment of a company. Included are the panelist bios and free short descriptions of each video excerpt.
The CAQ at AAA
Since 2008, the CAQ has organized and participated in panel discussions at the Annual Meeting of the American Accounting Association (AAA).
CAQ Panel at the 2020 AAA Auditing Section Midyear Meeting: Leveraging New and Old Media to Promote Degrees in Accounting
CAQ Panel at The 2019 AAA Annual Meeting: Sustaining a Strong System of Quality Control to Enhance Audit Quality
The vignettes provide insights into the types of conversations that occur between audit team members, as well as between auditors and preparers. The discussions captured in the videos can also be used in other teaching situations, as they highlight communications and interviewing techniques, professional skepticism, and how to navigate conversations on difficult and sensitive issues.