Accounting and the Public Interest (Editorial Policy and Style Information)
3rd Alternative Accounts Europe Conference 2021
The Third Alternative Accounts Europe Conference will be hosted online by the School of Business & Management, Queen Mary University of London on Tuesday, 5 January 2021. This conference aims to bring together faculty and doctoral students who are working within the broad category of the interdisciplinary and critical accounting project. The conference offers a space to showcase research that is challenging to perceived wisdoms both in terms of content and form.
There is no charge for attending the conference, but attendees must book a place by 15 December 2020. Buying a ticket registers you for this event – please use this link to book a place for the conference.
2020 Public Interest Section Best Paper Awards
We are pleased to present our 2020 Public Interest Seciton best papers awards to the following recipients:
2020 American Taxation Association Midyear Meeting
Valuation Implications of Socially Responsible Tax Avoidance: Evidence from the Electricity Industry
Kerry Inger and James Stekelberg
2020 Forensic Accounting Research Conference
How Stock Options Influence Whistleblowing Intentions
Andrea M. Scheetz, Joe Wall, and Aaron B. Wilson
2020 Joint Midyear Meeting of the AIS, SET, and International Sections - AIS/SET
A Reasonable Assurance Framework for Ethical AI Systems
Deniz Appelbaum, Hussein Issa, and Ron Strauss
2020 Joint Midyear Meeting of the AIS, SET, and International Sections - International
Monitoring or Payroll Maximization? What Happens When Workers Enter the Boardroom?
Cristi A. Gleason, Sascha Kieback, Martin Thomsen, and Christoph Watrin
Alternative Accounting Research Network (AARN)
AARN is a global community of interdisciplinary accounting researchers with a commitment to independent, innovative and purposeful research that seeks to address contemporary social and environmental challenges. For more information, please vist: AARN