Call for Nominations
 

Excellence in Accounting Ethics Education Award

The intent of the Excellence in Accounting Ethics Education Award is to recognize new pedagogy for teaching ethics to accounting students.  A monetary award of $1,000 and a plaque will be presented at the annual Ethics Symposium to an individual (or individuals) who has (have) developed and implemented an innovative technique/method for incorporating ethics into undergraduate or graduate accounting courses. Applicants should explain how they shared their pedagogical innovation with the public.

The deadline to submit nominations and supporting materials has been extended to June 1, 2022. Submit to materials to Steven M. Mintz, smintz@calpoly.edu.The winner(s) will be announced at the Ethics Symposium at the Annual Meeting.

Excellence in Accounting Ethics Education Award criteria and submission process (Word document)
 



Accounting Exemplar Award

The Accounting Exemplar Award is given to either an accounting educator or an accounting practitioner (broadly defined) who has made notable contributions to professionalism and ethics in accounting education and/or practice.

Written nominations which provide information detailing how the nominee(s) has made notable contributions to professionalism and ethics in accounting education and/or practice either by serving as a role model and/or by making significant contributions to the accounting profession in a manner which serves the public interest should be e-mailed to Pat Kelly at pkelly@providence.edu. The deadline for nominations is March 1st, annually.

The Accounting Exemplar Award is traditionally presented at the Professionalism and Ethics Symposium's concluding luncheon, held just before the American Accounting Association's Annual Meeting. Previous winners of this prestigious award include: Barbara Merino, Steven Mintz, Jim Gaa, Abe Briloff, Stuart Chase, Cynthia Cooper, Ralph Estes, Harold Langenderfer, Arthur Levitt, Eli Mason, Albert Meyer, Carl Devine, Tony Puxty, Bob Sack, Prem Sikka, and Art Wyatt.

Accounting exemplar award criteria and nomination process (Word document)

Previous Accounting Exemplar Award Winners

2021
Frank Wilson
2020
Sue Ravenscroft
2019
J. Edward Ketz, The Pennsylvania State University
2018
Robin W. Roberts
2017
Anthony Menendez  
2016
no award given
2015
Steven M. Mintz and Barbara D. Merino
2014
Jim Gaa 
2013
Paul Williams
2012
Joseph St. Denis
2011
no award given
2010
Steve Loeb
2009
Mary Beth Armstrong and David Walker
2008
D.R. Scott and Charles A. Bowsher
2007
Lynn E. Turner
2006
Stuart Chase and Prem Sikka
2005
Albert Meyer
2004
no award given
2003
Cynthia Cooper
2002
Bob Sack 
2001
Arthur Levitt and Eli Mason
2000
no award given
1999
Carl Devine
Earlier winners
Art Wyatt, Abe Briloff, Tony Puxty, Harold Langenderfer, Ralph Estes 

Research

Accounting and the Public Interest (Editorial Policy and Style Information)

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APIRA 2022 Interdisciplinary Accounting Research Webinars
Continuing on from 2021, AAAJ’s 2022 APIRA thought leadership webinars will offer major interdisciplinary accounting research presentations and panel forums. They will be 90 minute webinars on three occasions through 2022. Each live session will also be recorded and available to registrants on the APIRA webpage. You can register now for the first APIRA 2021 event Feb 16, on the APIRA webpage: https://apira.onlive.events/


2022 Public Interest Section Best Paper Awards

We are pleased to present our 2022 Public Interest Seciton best papers awards to the following recipients:

2022 Joint Midyear Meeting of the AIS and SET Sections
"Who Cares about Sociatl Technology Rists? Analyzing Determinants of Social Technology Risk Prevention"
by Diane J Janvrin, Margarita M Lenk, John Krahel, and Brett Considine 

2022 International Section Midyear Meeting
"Asset Impairment Accounting Decisions and Employee Downsizing in Japan"
by Keishi Fujiyama

2022 American Taxation Association Section Midyear Meeting
"Foreign Aid through Domestic Tax Cuts? Evidence from Multinational Firm Presence in Developing Countries"
by Jeffrey L Hoopes, Daniel Klein, Rebecca Lester, and Marcel Olbert

2021 Forensic Accounting Section Research Conference
"The Unintended Consequences of Auditors' Materiality Disclosures on Whistleblowing Intentions"
by Mac Festa, Megan Marie Jones, Darin Kip Holderness, and Richard A Riley

2022 GIWB Section Midyear Meeting
"Executive Age, Executive Gender and Financial Statement Comparability"
by Shadi Farshadfar, Laleh Samarbakhsh, and Ismat Jahan

2022 PI Section Midyear Meeting
"Technology and Evidence in Non-Big 4 Assurance Engagements: Insights from the COVID-19 Pandemic"
by Lisa Renee Baudot, Elizabeth Altiero Poziemski, and Mouna Hazgui

"Auditors on the Move: The Impact of Phyusical Space on Auditor Professional Identity"
by Erica Pimental


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 

Journal

Accounting and the Public Interest

Accounting and the Public Interest is an academic journal published by the Public Interest Section of the American Accounting Association. The journal takes the view that accounting is a social activity with far-ranging consequences for every citizen, welcoming innovation and eclecticism, alternative theories and methodologies, as well as the more traditional ones. The common element in this diversity is the requirement that the study and its findings be linked to the public interest by situating them within a historical, social, and political context, and ultimately providing guidance for responsible

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Teaching

Teaching resources on Sustainability and CSR 

(Learn who is teaching Sustainability and CSR, and read their recommendations regarding pedagogical materials!)

  • Irene Herremanns teaches courses in UC’s interdisciplinary degree program in Sustainable Energy Development. Her pedagogical specialties are in accounting, tourism, and environmental management and design.Irene recommends a teaching resource that resides on the UCalgary Blogs platform. It is entitled Sustainability Reports: Making Sense of Sustainability,* and it encompasses modules on: (1) Basics, (2) Sections, (3) Credibility, (4) Performance, and (5) Assurances. It also includes a Glossary of important terms.

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Events

26th Annual Ethics Research Symposium

In conjunction with the Public Interest Section, colleagues across the AAA who are engaged and interested in research and teaching related to Ethics are invited to submit papers, cases, and panel session proposals for presentation at the 26th Annual Ethics Research Symposium. The Symposium will be held in person in San Diego, California on Sunday, July 31st before the AAA Annual Meeting.

The 26th Annual Ethics Research Symposium encourages submissions of all academic research, teaching papers, panel sessions, case studies (with related notes) that address relevant issues in accounting ethics. Submitted research should focus on ethical issues for individuals, companies, government, or society that ultimately inform applications for teaching, business practice, or policy.


The Accounting Exemplar award and the Excellence in Accounting Ethics Education Award will be presented by the Public Interest Section during the Symposium. In addition, the Symposium will recognize other research, including Best Research Paper, Best Innovation for Teaching, Best Paper by a current doctoral student, or Best Paper by an early career scholar (graduation from a doctoral program must have occurred within the last 3 years).

Questions can be sent to the Ethics Research Symposium Co-chairs: Lisa Baudot, UCF (lisa.baudot@ucf.edu) and Dana Wallace, UCF (dana.wallace@ucf.edu

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