IAAER Sponsored Conferences
We invite you to contribute to the meeting program through submissions of international accounting research papers, cases and/or panel proposals addressing a range of topic tracks, including: · experimental studies · education research and case studies · financial accounting and auditing archival research · single country case studies including investigations of national standards, management issues, or taxation · studies investigating institutional settings, governance issues, and ethics
The submission deadline will be September 8, 2020 and further information will be available shortly.
Accounting Perspectives is pleased to announce the Accounting Perspectives Symposium at the CAAA Annual Conference. The symposium, “Transformational Thinking: Applying Ourselves to Change” will explore how external influences have transformed, and will continue to transform, the accounting profession. The symposium, to be held on Thursday, June 10, 2021, will feature research articles that study significant transformations in the field of accounting. Submissions are due on January 19, 2021. Further information is available here.
The 2021 AFAANZ Conference organized by the Accounting & Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) is scheduled to be held in Melbourne, Australia on 4-6 July 2021, but will be held online if required. Updated guidance about whether the conference is to be held physically or virtually will be given as soon as possible. For further information please view the Call for Papers here.
Institutional Member Conferences
The 15th edition of the Accounting and Management Information Systems (AMIS 2020) conference will be hosted by the Bucharest University of Economic Studies (Romania). Please view the Call for Papers by clicking here.
The International Accounting Standards Board (Board) will hold a Research Forum in conjunction with Accounting and Finance. The Forum will be held virtually if travel is not possible. If travel is possible the Forum will be held in southern Asia on November 1-2, 2021. The editors of the Accounting and Finance/IASB Research Forum Special Issue, Tom Smith and Gary Monroe, invite submissions that provide evidence to help inform the standard-setting activities of the Board. Submissions are due on March 31, 2021. Further information are available here.