I’m sorry to have missed the months of March and April. I had trips to three out of state campuses, then had a death in the family. In my day job (accounting professor) missing time from work means that everything gets deferred until the end of the semester. Wow! I don’t want to go through that again.
Because the semester has ended, I’m de facto caught up. So, I’m back to blogging.
I hope you’ll start lookng for new essays on accounting. There have been some developments on the GAAP v. IFRS front, and I’ll get to those. Also, I’m about to start a series on the absurdity of the FASB/IASB approach to fair value accounting. What a mess!
I’ll be at my current school for the next six weeks, teaching Intermediate Accounting 1 and Financial Principles. Then possibly off to a new school.
In August, I’ll travel to the American Accounting Association’s national convention in New York City. It could be a busy conference for me. I’m tentatively scheduled to present a workshop on advanced experiential learning. Then I have two papers to present and one paper to critique.
Debit and credit – – David Albrecht