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2018 Conference of the Public Interest Section and Doctoral/New Scholar Consortium
Call for Submissions
The Public Interest Section of the American Accounting Association will hold a Midyear Meeting on March 23 - 24, 2018 at the Swissôtel in Chicago, Illinois.
The theme for the AAA Public Interest Section is how accounting research and education advance the public interest. Advancing the public interest is defined, broadly, as research focused on the societal impact of accounting and its relationship to political, social/organizational and economic issues at the local, national and global levels.
For the Consortium, please send a CV and a long abstract or working paper not to exceed 12,000 words to Dana Wallace (email@example.com) by January 12, 2018. Along with your submission, please indicate your school affiliation, year of PhD or years since completion of PhD, and topical research interests. Notification of acceptance will be sent in early February 2018. Participants will be expected to provide the final version of their working paper (not to exceed 12,000 words) by March 1, 2018.
Thanks to a generous sponsorship from the University of Central Florida's Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting, the Doctoral/Early Scholar Consortium is free to selected participants. In addition, we will offer $500 travel stipend to two participants based on financial need.
Public Interest Section Midyear Meeting – March 23 – 24
We welcome research papers on a wide variety of public interest research topics, perspectives and methods. Succinct writing is appreciated, but there is no word limit for submissions to the regular meeting.
To Submit a panel proposal: