ABO Notable (Lifetime) Contribution Award in Behavioral Accounting Literature


Notable Contributions to the Auditing Literature Award

 

 

Award

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Criteria

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Eligibility

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Notable Contribution to the Auditing Literature

To recognize research
works of exceptional merit that make a significant contribution to auditing or assurance education, practice, or research.

To be eligible for submission, a work must have been published during the ten-year period ended December 31st of the year prior to the year of nomination (i.e., if nomination is made in July 20X2, then December 31, 20X1) and at least one of the authors of the published article, chapter, book, or monograph must be a current member of the Auditing Section. 

A maximum of one award may be made each year

Research that has
been published during the ten calendar years preceding the most recent Midyear
Meeting of the Auditing
Section.

Current members of the Notable Contributions to the Auditing Literature Award Committee and the current President are ineligible for the award. Other Executive Committee members are eligible if the paper is co-authored.

To be eligible for consideration, at least one of the authors of the published article, chapter, book, or monograph must be current member of the Auditing Section.

The nominator is
required to submit a brief statement indicating how the nomination meets the qualifying criteria.

Nominations submitted that are not selected are to be carried forward as nominations for the next four subsequent years. Committee chair should forward those nominations to the next year’s Committee chair. 

The Section President serves as the EC liaison to the committee but is not a member of the committee.

The selection committee will be approved by the Executive Committee.

Plaque

First awarded in 1999/2000

Notable Contribution Award Past Winners

2018 – Steven E. Salterio

2017- Sarah Bonner

2016 - None Awarded

2015 - Arnie Wright

2014 - Tom Kida

2013 - Steve Kaplan

2012 - Joan Luft

2009 - Ken Trotman

2008 - Michael D. Shields

2007 - Mark Dirsmith

2005 - Theodore J. Mock

2004 - William S. Waller

2003 - Kenneth A. Merchant

2001 - Anthony G. Hopwood

2000 - Robert Libby

1999 - Jacob G. Birnberg

1995 - Robert H. Ashton

Letter from the President

Dear Members of the Accounting Behavior and Organizations Section,

I am honored to serve the ABO section as president for the 2019‐2020 term. I look forward to following in the footsteps of Past-President Molly Mercer in actively seeking ways to ensure the continued financial health of our section, as well as working on AAA initiatives including the important topic of producing and disseminating more practice-relevant research.

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News

The deadline for submitting nominations for the ABO Notable (Lifetime) Contribution Award in Behavioral Accounting Literature is May 27, 2019.

Please email your nomination to Axel Schulz at A.Schulz@latrobe.edu.au  For more information, click here. 

The deadline for submitting nominations for the ABO Outstanding Dissertation Award is May 27, 2019. 

Please email your nomination to Axel Schulz at A.Schulz@latrobe.edu.au  For more information, click here

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Behavioral Research in Accounting

A journal of the Accounting, Behavior, and Organizations Section of the American Accounting Association

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Midyear Meeting

2019 Accounting Behavior and Organizations Research Conference

October 3-5, 2019 - The Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel, Providence, Rhode Island

Join us for the 2019 Accounting Behavior and Organizations Research Conference being held in Providence, Rhode Island at the Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel on October 3-5, 2019. More details about the meeting along with meeting registration, will be posted here soon. We look forward to seeing you in Providence.

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