Call for Nominations
The CAAA is run by and for its members. In order for the CAAA to continue to be a focal point for the vibrant community of researchers, educators, and practitioners who are committed to advancing accounting education and research in Canada, we need your help!
The CAAA is seeking nominations to fill Board and Committee positions that will become vacant in 2016.
The CAAA is driven by its volunteers and relies upon their commitment, ideas and energy. We encourage you to participate in the CAAA by nominating someone for a vacant role – including yourself. View Details +
31st Annual CAR Conference and IASB Research Forum: Call for Papers
Contemporary Accounting Research (CAR) has established a worldwide reputation by encouraging diverse and innovative research across the broad spectrum of roles that accounting plays in markets, organizations, and society.
The 31st annual CAR conference will include two components, each containing up to four of the seven or eight conference papers. One component will have the usual broad topical and methodological range of CARconferences, including rigorous and insightful research on any accounting topic. The other component will be a Research Forum that focuses on topics relating to International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) activities, organized in conjunction with the IASB. All submitted papers, regardless of component, will be subject to the usual CAR conference peer-review processes and procedures. View Details +
Financial Reporting and Business Communication, Twentieth Annual Conference
University of Bristol, Thursday 30 June & Friday 1 July 2016: First Call for Papers
We are pleased to announce the twentieth annual Financial Reporting and Business Communication Conference organised by the University of Bristol and the BAFA FARSIG. This is the premier conference of its kind worldwide and it attracts an international audience. The conference, supported by ICAEWs charitable trusts, comprises parallel paper sessions with discussants and a doctoral stream. The conference addresses key areas of interest to accounting academics and practitioners and includes:
- The role financial reporting plays in capital markets, financial stability and corporate governance
- The purpose of the modern corporate report and the effectiveness of financial reporting standards
- Sustainable, integrated and environmental reporting
- The history of accounting
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Accounting Perspectives Special Event: Call for Papers
We are now more than two years after Canada's three accounting associations—CICA, CGA-Canada and CMA Canada—have merged into a single unified profession under the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation. While this merger is not unilaterally completed in each of the Canadian provinces, it can certainly be said that after years of discussion, CPA is now the dominant designation for the Canadian professional accountant.
As this decision undoubtedly had, and still has, a profound effect on several aspects of the profession, Accounting Perspectives is calling upon academics to share their views on the most important impact of the merger on accounting research and education, as well as on the challenges facing the profession going forward.
Accounting Perspectives invites manuscripts on any aspect of the merger of the profession, international experience with unified and differentiated professions and related topics. View Details +
2016 CAAA Annual Conference: Call for Papers
The theme of this year's conference is Journey to the Edge: Sustainability in Turbulent Times. Located at Canada's farthest Eastern point, Newfoundland and Labrador is both Canada's oldest settlement and youngest province with some of the most colourful homes in the World. Newfoundland and Labrador is known for its lively culture; from Kitchen Parties to George Street and some of the most breathtaking ocean views anywhere. The province has also shown its resiliency in facing its share of economic challenges. Newfoundland and Labrador has always lived and relied on its ocean resources—once fish, now petrochemicals. In doing so, it has had to innovatively adapt to the constraints and challenges that come with these ocean resources.
The theme of this year's conference embraces the history of Newfoundland and Labrador's economic resiliency. While definitions may vary, sustainability encompasses the social, economic and environmental factors that create value in organizations. With world economies the focus of attention, maintaining accounting sustainability within organizations may present new challenges and create a need to rethink and redesign how things are done.
The CAAA welcomes papers for the 2016 Annual Conference on all areas of research including financial and management accounting, financial reporting and communication, assurance, tax, accounting history and public sector accounting. Papers on the theme of sustainability are particularly encouraged. View Details +
Editor-in-Chief, Accounting Perspectives
The Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA) is searching for the next Editor-in-Chief of Accounting Perspectives (AP) for a three-year term, starting June 1, 2016. The Editor-in-Chief will also be a member of the Board of Directors of the CAAA. View Details +
Call for Research Proposals
The Centre for Accounting Ethics at the University of Waterloo is pleased to announce a competition for a research grant for projects addressing ethical issues in any field of accounting. One grant with a maximum of $10,000 CDN is available. Research proposals should follow the guidelines provided by the CAAA for “Writing Effective Grant Proposals”. The principal researcher must be a full-time faculty member at a Canadian post-secondary educational institution and a Canadian resident. Projects should be completed within one year of acceptance. Proposals must reach the Centre for Accounting Ethics by March 31, 2016. The Centre will notify applicants of its decisions by May 31, 2016.
To apply, send an electronic copy of the proposal to Jenny Rothwell, Administrative Coordinator, Centre for Accounting Ethics, firstname.lastname@example.org. You should receive electronic confirmation of receipt of this proposal within 5 business days. If you do not, please re-submit and contact Jenny Rothwell at (519) 888 4567 ext 32770.
CPA Canada News
Status of unification across Canada
The status of unification continues to accelerate across the country as provinces complete or make progress toward final legislation in their regions. The Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation is now in use in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Bermuda.
International members living in the U.S., Asia and the Caribbean are supported and part of the Canadian CPA profession through membership in the provincial and national bodies and through the establishment of new chapters in Asia and the Caribbean.
Stay up to date on the latest unification news from CPA Canada. View more CPA News +
Editor-in-Chief, Contemporary Accounting Research
The Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA) is searching for the next Editor-in-Chief of Contemporary Accounting Research (CAR) for a three-year term, starting May 1, 2017. The Editor-in-Chief will also be a member of the Board of Directors of the CAAA. View Details +