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.
The Centre for Accounting Ethics at the University of Waterloo 5th Biennial Thematic Symposium: The impact of Global Pandemic, Specifically COVID 19, on Ethics, Professionalism and Judgement in Accounting and Financial Reporting:
Submission Deadline December 1, 2021. (Read more)
Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences - Revue Canadienne des Sciences de l'Administration
Call for Papers
Special Issue: Government Accounting, Auditing and Accountability: a Canadian Perspective
Guest Editor: Ron Baker, Associate Professor (Accounting) University of Guelph
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. The document presents public sector accounting concepts, principles, guidelines, objectives and definitions. This document is the culmination of a considerable amount of work done by the Board and its predecessors since the formation of the committee in 1981 to develop government accounting standards. Prior to this, governments in Canada followed their own, often diverse, practices (Baker and Rennie, 2018). In the 1970s, the Auditor General could not provide an opinion on the financial statements of the federal government of Canada due to a lack of standards (ibid). A commentary on the 2017-2018 financial audits, however, noted that the Federal Government’s financial statements had received the 20th clean audit in a row (Office of the Auditor General, 2018). Read More
"The Impact of Global Pandemic, Specifically COVID 19, on Ethics, Professionalism and Judgement in Accounting and Financial Reporting"
CPA Canada, 277 Wellington St. W., Toronto
*Counts Toward CPA Ontario Continuing Professional Development Hours
The Centre for Accounting Ethics, CPA Canada and the the journal Accounting and the Public Interest are proud to bring together thought leaders from academia and business to explore and discuss "The Impact of Global Pandemic, Specifically COVID 19, on Ethics, Professionalism and Judgement in Accounting and Financial Reporting." This event will provide an opportunity to interact and share ideas throughout the symposium.
Starting January 1, 2019 CPA Ontario began requiring four-hour professional ethics education. Members must complete a mandatory minimum of four verifiable hours in professional ethics during each rolling three-calendar year period 2019-2021. This symposium will provide you with verifiable Continuing Professional Development hours all of which meet the new ethics requirement.
*REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE IN EARLY 2022.
For more information, visit https://uwaterloo.ca.
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 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.
CSEAR 8th Emerging Scholars Colloquium
The Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR) is pleased to announce that the 8th Emerging Scholars Colloquium will be hosted as an online event (using Zoom) on August 23-24 (and possibly 25), 2021.
The aim of the colloquium is to provide an opportunity for emerging scholars in social and environmental accounting (SEA) research to present and discuss their research projects alongside a cohort of distinguished international faculty. The colloquium will maintain a relatively informal atmosphere to enable intensive intellectual debate.
SUBMISSIONS: The deadline for paper submissions is Friday, May 28, 2021. Selections will be completed by Friday, July 16, 2021. Paper submissions with doctoral student authors will be considered for the Doctoral Consortium (unless authors designate otherwise upon submission). Read More
Current Topics in Accounting Research
Thursday, December 9 and Friday, December 10, 2021
Hosted by the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California
The Editors of the Review of Accounting Studies (RAST) are pleased to announce a conference on "Current Topics in Accounting Research” to be hosted online by the University of Southern California. Papers accepted for the conference are also considered for publication in a conference issue of RAST.
TOPICS: We invite the submission of research papers on all current topics in accounting, including valuation and accounting quality, corporate governance, auditing, and tax. This year we have a particular interest in the role of accounting in measuring firms’ activities pertaining to corporate social responsibility and ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance). Papers should adhere to RAST's traditional standards of academic rigor.
Deadline for conference submissions is May 19, 2021, by 11:59 PM PDT.
Issues in Accounting Education requests submissions for a themed issue on “Diversity, Equity and Social Justice in Accounting Education” to be published during 2022. This themed issue especially encourages educational research utilizing a range of qualitative and quantitative methodologies to explore the intersection of diversity, equity, and social justice with accounting education pedagogy and curriculum, accounting students and new professionals, and accounting faculty and programs. Theoretical articles, case studies, experimental, archival, qualitative, and opinion pieces will be considered.
Submissions should be original works investigating aspects of diversity, equity, and social justice in accounting education.
Submission deadline: November 30, 2021
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January 3 - 5, 2022, the University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawai'i
Submission Deadline: August 15, 2021
The Hawai'i Accounting Research Conference (HARC) is an annual global accounting conference organized by the Shidler College of Business at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa (UHM). The conference will provide an enjoyable and affordable venue for attendees to engage in lively discussions about intellectually stimulating accounting research. Read more