Description: The objective of this workshop is to provide a forum for researchers to present their work to and exchange ideas with interested colleagues. Early state papers are encouraged as well as more developed unpublished papers. The workshop includes opportuntities for substantial interaction among participants (copies of papers will be distributed to all participants). Papers are welcome in the application of strategic and emerging technologies to any area of the accounting discipline. Papers may employ any aspect of strategic or emerging technologies. Examples presented at recent workshops include textual analysis, XML, XBRL, REA, continuous assurance, data mining, evidential reasoning, information modeling, genetic programming, artificial neural networks, natural language processing, intelligent databases, intelligent agents and object oriented computing.
Key dates are: May 1, 2011: Email extended abstracts with paper title, name of authors and description of approximately 300 words or full paper to: Graham Gal (firstname.lastname@example.org). May 15, 2011: Decisions emailed. July 1, 2011: Full papers due.
Field of Study: Accounting
Program Level: Basic
Method of Delivery: Group — Live
Intended Audience: Anyone doing research regarding the application of strategic and emerging technologies in accounting.
Format/Structure: Paper presentation and discussion -- after authors present their papers, the forum is open to discussion and questions from the audience.
Learning Objective: After completing the workshop, attendee will be conversant with emerging research in the field.
Advanced Preparation Required: