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.
“Critical Auditing Studies: Adopting a Critical Lens toward Contemporary Audit Discourse, Practice and Regulation”
Deadline for submissions: March 29, 2019
Recent decades have seen significant growth in interpretive studies of contemporary audit practice and regulation. This literature has provided valuable insights into the ongoing developments in the audit field, documenting, among other things, the shifting culture within audit firms and the proliferation of the commercialistic values and incentives; motivations for, dynamics and consequences of changes in audit technology; and individual audit practitioner’s and firm’s responses to the challenges presented by the changing regulatory environments, at both national and transnational levels (Cooper & Robson, 2006; Robson, Humphrey, Khalifa & Jones, 2007; Malsch & Gendron, 2013; Spence & Carter, 2014). While substantially enhancing our understanding of auditing as a social and organizational phenomenon, much of the literature has taken a predominantly explanatory stance on the above developments where scholars observe and make sense of, rather than critically appraise the significance and potential ramifications of, these dynamics and events. There is therefore a risk that, despite the growing scholarly interest in the backstage of audit work and the conduct and governance of audit firms, we are losing sight of the “bigger picture”, such as the implications of the above for the role and societal relevance of the audit function, the standing of auditing in a multi-disciplinary audit firm context, and the future of auditing as a profession.
This special issue provides an opportunity to engage in a critically-flavored yet constructive debate about auditing and the direction it is taking.
Download the full submission information and call for papers
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically. The guest editors welcome enquiries from those who are interested in submitting. All papers will be reviewed in accordance with the normal processes of Critical Perspectives on Accounting. It is anticipated that this special issue will be published in 2021.
Any queries or enquiries about the special issue should be directed to Anna Samsonova-Taddei.
The goal of this conference is to expand the diversity and scope of international accounting research, through increased understanding and awareness of the challenges and opportunities of international accounting. Original and rigorous research work will provide academics, practitioners and regulators with deeper insights into international accounting issues. Journal of International Accounting Research (JIAR) continues to welcome innovative and high quality research that examines how accounting data affects capital market participants. Papers that address interesting and innovative research questions in all areas are welcomed.
Papers can be submitted for consideration in one of two tracks: Plenary Session submissions or Concurrent Session submissions.
Plenary Session Submission: Please follow the regular submission procedure for JIAR outlined at: http://aaahq.org/international/publications.cfm. The regular submission fee of $250 will be waived. Accepted Plenary Session papers will be published in the Journal of International Accounting Research (conditional on satisfactory responses to reviewers’ and discussant’s comments). Additionally, the conference will waive the registration fee and pay for airfare (up to $1,400 US) and three nights’ stay in the conference hotel for one presenter.
Concurrent Session Submission: Papers submitted to the Concurrent Sessions will be considered for presentation at the conference, but not for publication in the Journal of International Accounting Research. Submissions should be directed via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Paper Submission: January 31st, 2019
Notification paper acceptance: March 15th, 2019
Early registration: May 1st, 2019
For more information of paper submission and the conference, visit JIAR's Call for Papers announcement.
June 24-26, 2019
2019 Conference on Convergence of Financial and Managerial Accounting Research
Call for Papers
We invite submissions to the 2019 Conference on Convergence of Financial and Managerial Accounting Research. The goals of the conference are to explore state-of-the-art practices, showcase cutting-edge research and discuss thought-provoking questions at the interface of financial and managerial accounting. Read more
Call for Papers
The Alternative Accounts Conference brings together accounting faculty and doctoral students from North America and beyond who are interested in alternative accounting research. The Conference especially aims to increase accounting researchers’ awareness of the diverse areas of research belonging to the “alternative” paradigm of accounting research, and to provide a forum to discuss these studies from a variety of viewpoints – in a constructive environment. This conference rotates between Alberta, Ontario and Québec.
The 2019 conference will be held in Kingston, Ontario on Friday, May 10 and Saturday, May 11, 2019, at Smith School of Business, Queen’s University. We are interested in receiving critical and interpretive papers at a relatively advanced stage of completion or already submitted to journals but not yet accepted for publication. Read More
The University of Toronto’s Professional Accounting Centre (PAC) invites proposals for research proposals on aspects of professional skepticism.
Deadline for submissions: February, 28, 2019. Read More
Accounting History Review Annual Conference: Announcement of Conference and Initial Call for Papers
Deadline for submissions: February 15, 2019
This conference will build on recent scholarship in Accounting History Review that demon- strates an important and impressive shift from accounting history to accounting in history– from accounting historians to historians who examine multi-faceted social and insti- tutional contexts through an accounting lens. Our studies contribute positively and authoritatively to discussions with respect to historically-informed and theoretically- informed research, especially into how history and organisation and management studies might learn from each other to provide richer narratives of organisational life.
Our conference returns to our ‘Cardiff’ roots. Theoretical, empirical and review papers are welcomed in all areas of accounting history. We encourage studies that move beyond dis- ciplinary boundaries and engage with historians in other research areas. The conference provides delegates with the opportunity of presenting and discussing, in an informal setting, papers ranging from early working drafts to fully developed manuscripts. The con- ference format will include approximately 40 minutes for presentation and discussion in order to provide worthwhile feedback for presenters.
Papers must be submitted by Friday, 8 February 2019, 5pm AEST.
This is the first call for papers for the 2019 AFAANZ Conference to be held in Brisbane, Australia. Papers are invited in the broad areas of Accounting History, Asset Pricing, Auditing, Behavioural Finance, Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility, Critical Perspectives, Education, Finance, Financial Accounting, Interdisciplinary, International Accounting, Management Accounting, Public Sector/Not for Profit, Taxation and related topics.
Papers should conform to the style and format of Accounting & Finance, an AFAANZ journal. All papers will be subject to blind peer review so please ensure that there are no author details mentioned in your paper.
For more information on the submission process and conference, visit the 2019 AFAANZ Conference's announcement page.
Deadline for submissions: February 1, 2019
Papers are invited for consideration for inclusion in a QRAM special issue on ‘Accounting for Social Impact’. Social impact is a significant and emergent theme in contemporary theory, practice and education. It is relevant for, and has been researched in, a number of diverse fields within the accounting literature resulting in a range of foci. For example, research within charities and non-governmental organisations has acknowledged that the demonstration of social impact is often implicated within accountability relationships with a variety of stakeholders such as funders and beneficiaries (Agyemang et al., 2017; O’Leary, 2016; Yang, Northcott & Sinclair, 2017). Other studies have sought to understand the consequences of accounting for performance and impact within internal organisational practice (Chenhall, Hall & Smith, 2013, 2014). A further stream of research from the social accounting literature has investigated external understandings of social impact and their broader societal consequences, often in terms of motivating social movements and anti-hegemonic practices (Denedo et al. 2017; Dey et al. 2011; Laine & Vinnari, 2017; Tregidga, 2017; Vinnari & Laine, 2017). Research has also identified several conceptual and practical challenges of accounting for social outcomes and impact particularly when implicated in accountability exercises (Connolly & Hyndman, 2013; Ebrahim & Rangan, 2014; O’Dwyer & Unerman, 2007, 2008; Yang & Northcott, 2017). As such, research to date has come from diverse backgrounds and starting points yet is still limited and a focus on understanding the role of accounting in relation to social impact requires further investigation.
Manuscripts should be prepared and submitted in accordance with QRAM author guidelines and is subject to QRAM’s regular double-blind review process. All submissions must be made via QRAM’s online system.
- ScholarOne submissions will open at the beginning of November 2018.
- Key dates: Full paper submission: by the 15th January 2019
Scholars have focused on the reasons for the metamorphosis of universities into “transnational corporate universities”. The diffusion of the “audit culture” and new bureaucratic mechanisms designed to render the universities more accountable, manageable, efficient and visible through performance measures has been termed “coercive commensurability” or “tyranny of numbers” (Brenneis, Shore and Wright, 2005). The new accounting models of accountability have in several cases introduced new internal relations of power between academics and managers altering historically established roles and equilibria.
The effects of the “audit culture” and “calculative technologies” on academics, managers and other university stakeholders are significantly under-investigated from accounting and accountability perspectives. Through this Special Issue, we hope to reveal the complications surrounding the emerging issues within the complex settings of “hybrid” universities operating at the intersection of the market and state logics.
If you are interested in participating in the Special Issue Workshop, please email your paper to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org before 31 August 2018.
For inquiries and further information, visit the Call for Papers information page, or contact Giuseppe Grossi, email@example.com
The Public Interest Section of the American Accounting Association will hold a Midyear Meeting on March 29 - 30, 2019 at the Embassy Suites Orlando Downtown, in Orlando, Florida.
The deadline for all submissions is Wednesday, January 14, 2019.
- Doctoral/Early Scholar Consortium: Friday Morning, March 29
- Regular Meeting and Research Conference: Friday afternoon and Saturday, March 29-30
Public interest is typically defined as that which serves the common good. The role of the Public Interest Section is to promote the common good through a richer understanding of issues related to the functioning of accounting. Our overall goal is to affect positively human welfare and promote social justice through teaching, research and service. We do this by promoting knowledge and responsible action with respect to all aspects of accounting. We are a diverse group with many research interests and welcome members to our section. Please see our Section Page for more information about our section http://aaahq.org/piand subscribe to our blog at https://aaapublicinterest.org/.
To submit a paper:
Submit your paper directly to Charles Cho at firstname.lastname@example.org by January 14, 2019.
For more information on the consortium and how to submit papers, visit the American Accounting Association's Public Interest Section.
University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Tuesday 9–Wednesday 10 April 2019 with Doctoral Masterclasses Monday 8 April 2019
The British Accounting and Finance Association is pleased to announce the 2019 Annual Conference in Birmingham. Our strategic aims are to be:
- a vibrant association of choice for accounting and finance academics;
- the voice and resource of the accounting and finance community; and
- campaigners for accounting and finance research and pedagogy.
CALL FOR PAPERS FOR THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Online Submission Opens: 3 September 2018
Closes: 5 December 2018
We invite submissions of full papers on any topic from academics, final-year PhD students, and practitioners in the disciplines of accounting and finance.
Papers will be reviewed by subject specialists drawn from our special interest groups and associates. As we are increasing the number of different events at the conference this year, there will be some restrictions placed on the number of presentation slots available.
For more information on call for papers, the conference and submission guidelines, visit the Annual Conference's information page.
The Sixteenth Symposium on Tax Research sponsored by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Deloitte Tax LLP will be held in Chicago, Illinois, on Friday, September 27, 2019 (evening reception on Thursday, September 26). The goal of the Symposium is to bring together scholars, practitioners, and regulators working on current issues in taxation. Read more
Conference: Charities, nonprofits and NGOs: (re)building trust and legitimacy (and Special Issue of Financial Accountability & Management)
Tuesday 3rd /Wednesday 4th September 2019
Call for Papers
Charities, nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) and nonprofit organisations (hereafter referred to merely as nonprofit organisations) are pervasive in our society, be they, for example, general local charities, membership-based nonprofit associations, overseas development and aid organisations, universities, credit unions or trade unions. Read more.