Notable Contribution to Management Accounting Literature Award 

Consideration is given to books, monographs, and journal articles on management accounting topics published within the past five calendar years.

Purpose: This award recognizes an outstanding contribution to the management accounting literature. The award provides a cash prize of $1,000 and plaque to the winner.

Eligibility and Application Procedures:  Any work published within the past five years (2014-2018) is eligible for this award. We will consider books, monographs, and journal articles on management accounting topics. We will employ the following criteria in determining the recipient.

  1. Relevance to theory, practice, or instruction of management accounting.
  2. Broad appeal to those interested in management accounting.
  3. Originality, innovativeness, and potential contribution to knowledge.
  4. Impact or potential impact on other research.

No preference will be given to single-authored work. Any member of the American Accounting Association can nominate a work. To nominate a work for the 2019 award, please send a PDF file of the article, or a copy of the monograph or the book, and a short paragraph stating the reasons for nomination to the Chair of the Awards Committee, Khim Kelly (Khim.Kelly@ucf.edu). Nominations for books or monographs will not be considered unless they are provided free of charge to all committee members. Self-nominations are permitted. Works in languages other than English must be translated prior to submission. Submitted works will not be returned.

All nominations must be received by February 15, 2019

Selection Process:  The Committee will review the submissions and determine the Award winner. The award winners will be notified in July. Winners need not be members of the Management Accounting Section to receive the recognition, but must be members of the Section to receive the cash prize.

Past Award Winners

 

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Journal of Management Accounting Research

Senior Editor
Karen L. Sedatole
Emory University
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The Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association publishes the Journal of Management Accounting Research (JMAR). Its objective is to contribute to improving the theory and practice of management accounting by promoting high-quality applied and theoretical research. The primary audience for this publication is the membership of the Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association and other individuals interested in management accounting.

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Letter from the President

Benjamin C. Ayers

To my colleagues in the Management Accounting Section of the AAA,

As my term begins, I’d like to provide a summary of the state of our Section. Below are updates on significant current and new MAS activities, and on our financial condition and fee changes that will take effect in 2019-2020. I’ve included names of some who lead these activities, but for those whose names are not mentioned, please know that it’s not because your efforts are not appreciated – it’s because we have over 135 volunteer positions staffed by more than 110 people so it’s simply impossible to list all the great things you do!

The MAS has long had its own distinct culture. Our colleagues have diverse research and teaching interests, geographies, tenure in the academy and experiences prior to joining it, personal stories, and more...

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