2024 Academy of Accounting Historians Section Webinar

March 22, 2024

Days & Time of Webinars:

Friday, March 15, 2024, and Friday, March 22, 2024
Both at 10:00 am – 1:00 pm (Eastern)

Webinar Description:

The mid-year meeting for the Academy of Accounting Historians (AAH) will be an online webinar. For this year the dates will be March 15 and 22, 2024 from 10 am to 1 pm EST each day. The purpose of the webinar is to provide researchers with feedback on their historical and longitudinal papers. These sessions have been done for the past five years. There will be three or four sessions on each of the two half days.

Each submitted paper will be subject to two blind reviews. Reviewers will be subject experts. Authors will be encouraged to revise their papers with this feedback prior to presentations. All participants will be provided with a copy of the revised paper. The discussant, a third pair of eyes and a subject expert, will review and discuss the revised paper after presentation.

When the online sessions started, we restricted promotion to AAH members. Subsequently, we added all AAA members. We want to continue promoting to AAH and all AAA members. Although junior researchers are targeted, we want to encourage AAH and other AAA members to submit accounting history or longitudinal accounting research papers that are bound for top-tier journals. With our AAH members/reviewers/discussants, we can assist authors in getting their papers accepted by top-tier journals.

For more information, or to present a paper at a session or to be a participant, please contact Gary Spraakman, former AAH president, at garys@yorku.ca.

Submissions Deadline: February 10, 2024, to Gary Spraakman, garys@yorku.ca

CPE Information
  • Field of Study: TBD
  • Credit: 3.6 CH
  • Instructional Delivery Method: Group Internet Based Program
  • Program Level: Overview
  • Prerequisites: None
Learning Objectives:
  • Provide detail feedback to authors to improve their papers in pursuit of quality publications
  • Develop accounting papers from archives, the accounting literature, and most importantly the accounting history literature
  • TBD

For more information regarding this webinar, please contact Gary Spraakman, garys@yorku.ca