The University of California’s Haas School of Business will honor Vanguard founder John C. Bogle a week from today with the Berkeley Award for Distinguished Contributions to Financial Reporting at the school’s 17th Annual Conference on Financial Reporting.

The school assembled a team committee of accounting standard-setters, corporate financial executives and academics to judge the award.

Bogle will also deliver a keynote address at the conference, “A Tale of Two Markets,” in which he will speak about earnings management and ethics.

“Mr. Bogle is an outspoken advocate of strong business ethics and an ambassador for the high-quality financial reporting to which Haas is committed,” said Solomon Darwin, executive director of the Haas School’s Center for Financial Reporting and Management.

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