Rania Mousa is the recipient of the Dean's Research Award 2017
Posted: Thursday, April 27, 2017
Rania Mousa, associate professor of accounting, has received her second 2017 Dean's Research Award. The award was given in recognition of Mousa's latest paper, "The evolution of electronic filing process at the UK's HM Revenue and Customs: The case of XBRL adoption.
The paper has been published in the Journal of Tax Research, one of the top five journals in taxation in the world.
The paper chronicles and analyzes the history of legacy electronic reporting systems at the British tax authority over the last 50 years, which culminated in adopting XBRL, the latest technology used by US federal agencies, SEC and FDIC, to process corporate data in regulatory filings.