The ambition of the Nyenrode Center for Corporate Reporting, Finance & Tax is to bring together students/participants, faculty, and the business community to demonstrate leadership and to contribute to increasing and valorizing scientific knowledge in the field of external financial and non-financial reporting, finance and taxation. In this context, we provide education and conduct research with a continuous exchange between science and practice within the three areas of expertise. In all of this, we always have the objective - Serving society by shaping responsible leaders - and the L.E.S. values of Nyenrode - Leadership, Enterpreneurship, Stewardship - in mind.
Within the Center for Corporate Reporting, Finance & Tax we distinguish the following disciplines:
The center is leading in providing education, with core groups focused on external reporting, financing, general economics and tax law within the accountancy programs. The core groups are responsible for the curriculum and examinations. In total, approximately 200 lecturers and examiners are associated with the core groups.
In addition, the center provides the core subjects within the controlling programs and the Tax Law Master and leads the Financial Management track (FM) within the full-time MSc Management program. The center is also involved in the wide range of Executive education in the field of finance, reporting and taxation.
We provide the following core subjects and disciplines:
The objective of the Center for Corporate Reporting, Finance & Tax is to conduct (international) up-to-date and relevant research with a continuous exchange with practice within the three disciplines. The social debate and the agenda of (international) regulators largely determine the choices of the themes.
The research covers the following main themes:
Financial reporting, non-financial reporting and integrated reporting.
Research into the functioning of financial markets and the impact of financial innovation on economic developments.
Research into the optimal integration of national economies, so that economic growth and prosperity are stimulated.
Research aimed at measuring sustainability and the impact on the return of financial instruments.
The central research theme is ‘Ondernemend Nederland’: the tax treatment of businesses. Sub-themes include: