HARDI 2021 Archive / About
The Hawaii Accounting Research Doctoral Institute (HARDI) invites selected Ph.D. students from the top institutions to attend a three-week Ph.D. consortium at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. Participating Ph.D. students have the opportunity to:
- Develop and exchange research inquiries relevant to the profession
- Obtain insight into the future of accounting research from excellent researchers and peers
- Discuss, share, and develop novel research ideas
- Prepare research papers for influential conferences
- Meet with other Ph.D. candidates from top-tier schools and establish long-lasting connections
HARDI brings some of the most influential accounting researchers to participating Ph.D. students. HARDI 2021 contributors are as follows:
Mary Barth, The Joan E. Horngren Professor of Accounting, Emerita, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford, USA
Patricia Dechow, Robert R. Dockson Professor of Business Administration & Professor of Accounting, Marshall school of business, University of Southern California, USA
Mark DeFond, A. N. Mosich Chair in Accounting and Professor of Accounting, Marshall school of business, University of Southern California, USA
W. Robert Knechel, Frederick E. Fisher Eminent Scholar and Director of international accounting and auditing center, Warrington college of business, University of Florida, USA
Terry Shevlin, Paul Merage Chair in Business Growth, Associate Dean of Research and Doctoral Programs, UCI Paul Merage School of Business, UC Irvine, USA
Richard Sloan, Accounting Circle Professor of Accounting & Professor of Accounting, Marshall school of business, University of Southern California, USA
*You can find more detailed information about HARDI 2021 speakers and contributors here.
HARDI’s Ph.D. students will join an influential research network that will play a significant role in their future research. This network will include at least four prominent researchers from around the world, University of Hawaii faculty, and their fellow Ph.D. students from around the globe. We expect that by attending the program, students will have developed a workable research idea/proposal that is practically relevant.