The American Institute of CPAs has named California accounting professor Robert S. Roussey as the 2004 recipient of its Special Recognition Award, which is presented to individuals who have made substantial contributions to the accounting profession.

The AICPA recognized Roussey, an accounting professor at the University of Southern California, for his work on international auditing standards. He served five years as chair of the International Auditing Practices Committee, the predecessor to the current International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board, of the International Federation of Accountants. He has been involved with the federation's efforts since 1980.

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