The CAAA presents external calls for papers in English and French for the benefit of members. This does not necessarily indicate that the organizing institution accepts papers in both languages or that a conference is delivered in both languages. Please check the external institution’s submission information.
Guest Editor: Ron Baker, Associate Professor (Accounting) University of Guelph
Submission deadline: December 31, 2020
Aims and Scope
Government accounting and reporting protects the public interest by helping to hold governments accountable and to manage public money (Chan 2003). In 2018, The Public Sector Accounting Board of Canada released its Statement of Concepts for a revised conceptual framework for the Canadian public sector. Read more
Dates to Remember:
March 15, 2020: Submission deadline for full papers or abstracts (300 words).
April 10, 2020: Response to authors
May 15, 2020: Registration deadline. Details to come.
The Centre for Excellence in Responsible Business at the Schulich School of Business, York University is pleased to be hosting the 8th CSEAR North America Conference on July 3rd and 4th, 2020. Read more
“There is not a crime, there is not a dodge, there is not a trick, there is not a swindle, there is not a vice which does not live by secrecy.” – Joseph Pulitzer
A little over eighty years ago, during his 1939 address to the American Sociological Association, Edwin H. Sutherland coined the term “white-collar criminal.” Ten years later, in 1949, he published the seminal White Collar Crime. The original version of his book, which included case studies and called out corporate offenders, was censored until 1983. Over the last seventy years, corporations have taken on the role of legal entities – they’ve become “people” who can commit economic crimes. Swindles perpetrated by colluding firms now compete with accounting fraud and asset misappropriation. Read More
• Deadline for abstract submission: April 14, 2020
• Author feedback on initial submission: no later than April 28, 2020
• Deadline for submission of case and teaching notes: September 15, 2020
• Author notification of first round of reviews: November 2, 2020
• Special issue completed: June 2021
The Journal of Insurance Issues(JII)is a peer‐reviewed scholarly journal that publishes rigorous theoretical and empirical research in the field of risk and insurance. The JII encourages new perspectives and is open to all research methods including, but not limited to, empirical studies, mathematical proofs, laboratory experiments and simulations. All manuscripts, including empirical manuscripts, need to test, extend, and/or develop new theory that is relevant and timely for public policy or practitioners. Each year, one article from JII is selected for the prestigious Donald Hardigree Award.
The JII is included in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) - a multidisciplinary citation index covering all areas of the scholarly literature of the sciences, social sciences and arts & humanities. The Journal is also listed in Cabell’s. All issues of the JII are available online through JSTOR. In addition to JSTOR, articles included in the journal are also available in Business Source Complete, ABI/INFORM Global, and RePec, among others.
All submissions should be sent to email@example.com. Manuscripts submitted to the JII must not have been published in, or submitted for concurrent review with, another journal. Successful authors will be required to submit the final version of their papers in MSWord form and assign copyrights to the JII’s publisher. For more information about the submission and review process, the JII, and/or its sponsoring associations, see the JII website at www.insuranceissues.org.
Yu-Luen Ma and Nat Pope
Co-Editors, Journal of Insurance Issues
The International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB) is offering four grants of US$1,500, with each grant for research under one of the following four topics:
1. The Presentation of Financial Statements in the Public Sector;
2. Differential Reporting (Financial Reporting for Small and Medium Sized Public Sector Entities);
3. Discount Rates in the Public Sector: Rationale for their Use and Determination; and
4. Disclosures of Tax Expenditures
Abstracts should be submitted by 15 December 2019 to Vanessa Mello (VanessaMello@ifac.org ), with full papers submitted by 10 May 2020, to the same address (VanessaMello@ifac.org ).
Draft papers will be discussed at the Comparative International Governmental Accounting Research (CIGAR) Network’s 2020 Workshop, with final papers presented to the International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB). Read more
2020 edition of the EIASM Workshop on Audit Quality will be held in Verona, Italy on 9-10 October.
The deadline to submit your full paper is 29 May 2020. Read more
Main Conference: 1st – 3rd September 2020 (Safir Hotel)
Emerging Scholars Colloquium: 31 August 2020 (University of Cairo)
Theme: Contribution of Accounting and Finance to African Sustainability and Entrepreneurship
The deadline for submission of manuscripts is Thursday 30 April 2020. Read more.
The IFRS Foundation—together with the partner journal for the 2020 Forum, Accounting and Business Research (ABR)—is calling for papers to the 2020 IASB Research Forum, which will take place at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, UK, on 2–3 November 2020. The deadline for submitting papers to ABR is 26 March 2020.
Further information can be found here.
The Royal Society Open Science is a fast, open journal publishing high-quality original research across the entire range of science based on objective peer-review. The journal is issuing a special call for Registered Report (RR) submissions that are relevant to COVID-19 in any field, including but not limited to biological, medical, economic, and psychological research.
The journal is seeking reviewers in all fields to help with this extraordinary effort by agreeing to review manuscripts within 24 to 48 hours after accepting a review request.
Registered Reports are a form of empirical article offered by more than 200 journals in which study proposals are peer reviewed and pre-accepted before research is undertaken (for an overview click here and here. This article type offers a powerful tool for advancing research on COVID-19 by reducing publication bias and reporting bias in the growing evidence base.
This form of rapid review for RRs has never been attempted, and for it to succeed your cooperation is needed.
If you are willing to review a Stage 1 RR in your field of expertise within 24-48 hours of accepting a review request, please complete this online form. You don’t need to be a virologist — research in a wide range of fields is relevant to COVID-19, including in maths, statistics and the social sciences. All expert reviewers are welcome, from PhD students to professors.
Deadline for submissions is 30 April 2020
The Journal of Accounting Education (JAED) invites papers on any aspect of the soft skill/technical knowledge discussion for a special issue. In addition to the call, the guest editors will be inviting some authors to submit manuscripts. Submissions should be made electronically through http://ees.elsevier.com/accedu/default.asp starting 1 May 2019. When submitting, select the issue type as VI: Soft Skills in the drop-down menu. The deadline for submissions is 30 April 2020. Acceptances will be on a rolling basis with an anticipated final special virtual issue final publication in early 2021. Read more
CALL FOR PAPERS: The 2020 European Accounting Review Annual Conference will be held at ESMT Berlin (Berlin, Germany). The Conference is organized by EAR with hosting and support by the Center for Financial Reporting and Auditing (CFRA) at ESMT Berlin.
We invite submissions of original papers addressing research questions in all areas of accounting research. EAR emphasizes openness and flexibility, not only regarding the substantive issues of accounting research, but also with respect to paradigms, methodologies, and styles of conducting that research.
In addition, EAR features a (i) ‘Young Scholar Track,’ for submissions by non-tenured faculty, and Ph.D. students, and a (ii) ‘Methods Workshop,’ for shorter papers that discuss important problems in research methods and design across all methods and paradigms. Submissions that fit either of these track are encouraged and will receive special consideration by the editorial team.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: April 10, 2020 Read More