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AIMS AND SCOPE
The 1999 Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference provides
a forum for exploring critical research on emerging issues in
accounting and auditing. It brings together interested faculty,
professionals, policy makers, accounting students and others
concerned with professional and regulatory issues in the
corporate, university, government and financial sectors.
Multilingual versions of the web
site (French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish and Australian
English) can be accessed through the regular conference web
This is the most up-to-date source of conference information.
session streams are planned:
- Critical Doctoral Studies,
including career planning for untenured critical researchers
- Critical Poetry and Literature,
including the Accounting Poet Laureate Competitioncosponsored
with the Accounting, Auditing, and Accountability Journal
- Accounting Ethics, cosponsored
with the Binghamton Ethics Center (Sara Reiter).
- Human Rights Auditing,
cosponsored by Columbia University Center for the Study of Human
Rights (Elizabeth Howard and Paul Martin).
The following are illustrative,
but not exhaustive, of the symposium themes:
Commodifying practice and
teaching; Race and Multicultural Issues;
Malpractice, and Competition;
Impact of Information
Social Audits, Accounting and
the State; Ecology and Green Accounting;
Gender Relations and Feminist
Globalization and International
Issues; Critical HistoriesAuditing as Social Dialogue;
Public Sector and Healthcare
New Technologies in Teaching and
Regulation, Standard Setting and
CPR CREDITS AND REGISTRATION
Participants in past conferences have earned sixteen Continuing
Professional Education credits, valid in New York, Massachusetts,
and other states.
LOCATION AND DATES
The conference will be held at Baruch College in New York City on
Thursday through Saturday, April 2224, 1999, beginning with
a reception and registration on Thursday evening, and ending on
Saturday afternoon to allow visitors to enjoy the city and its
facilities over the weekend. Baruch College is located in Downtown
Manhattan. The web site address gives detailed information on
local hotels and transportation.
SUBMISSION DEADLINES AND
Complete manuscripts, working papers, abstracts and panel
proposals are welcome. We prefer submissions are made on a 3.5
disk (please follow up by sending a copy as an email attachment
file). Disk copies should be in both text and either Word 7 or
Wordperfect 8 format.
Submissions should include the
name, address, email, telephone and FAX numbers of all authors,
designating the corresponding author. For hardcopy submissions,
please send FIVE (5) copies. Early submissions are encouraged.
The deadline is January 10, 1999.
Authors will be advised of the editorial panels decision no
later than February 15, 1999.
A selection of manuscripts will be
published in Critical Perspectives on Accounting, the
Accounting Forum, and Advances in Public Interest
This conference is sponsored by the Critical Perspectives on
Accounting Journal, Baruch College (City University of New
York), the Centre for Accounting Ethics (Binghamton University),
the Public Interest and Gender Sections of the American Accounting
Association, the Advances in Public Interest Accounting
Journal, and the Accounting Forum.
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