Submission and Volunteer Information
The ABO Section is now accepting submissions of research papers to the 2022 ABO Research Conference! The Conference will be held October 14-15, 2022, in Phoenix, Arizona at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown. Papers may encompass any topical area involving human or organizational behavior.
It is our expectation that anyone who submits a paper will also volunteer to review a paper. We will also be in need of volunteers to act as discussants and moderators. ABO section members can volunteer for any of these roles through the electronic submission system.
The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, June 1, 2022, 11:59 pm Eastern Time.
There will be a $50 submission fee for all faculty members. To pay the fee, please Click Here. Once you have paid the submission fee, you may submit your paper through the electronic submissions system. During the submission process, you will be asked to provide a Submission Fee Acknowledgement Code, which you will receive via email upon completing the fee payment form. NOTE: Doctoral students are not required to pay the submission fee. During the submission process, doctoral students should enter "Doctoral" where the Submission Fee Acknowledgement Code is required.
Click Here to access the submission system using your AAA member ID and password. Please Note: you will need to reset your password in order to log into the submission system. To do this, please click on the "Click here if you have forgotten your password or username." link under the login screen.
Paper Session Information:
Paper sessions provide an opportunity for researchers to present and discuss completed papers. Sessions will include three or four research papers with discussant(s). Each presenter will have no more than 15 minutes. Each discussant will have no more than 10 minutes.
Research Forum Session Information:
The Research Forum, an hour-long session is an opportunity for researchers to discuss their work with each other and with other attendees at the Saturday morning breakfast. This session gives the opportunity for researchers to come together in a relaxed setting to discuss works-in-progress with each other, and with other attendees at the meeting. Authors of works-in-progress will be assigned to tables based on the similarity their works show in area or method of research, to better support dialogue between presenters.
Emerging Scholars (i.e., faculty who have graduated within the past three years and doctoral students) are encouraged to submit their work for consideration. Emerging Scholar papers selected for the conference will be assigned to sessions with senior discussants who will provide detailed constructive feedback. Please be sure to indicate in the submission system if you wish your paper to be designated as an Emerging Scholar paper.
The ABO awards two outstanding paper awards for the conference: Outstanding Manuscript and Outstanding Emerging Scholar Manuscript. We look forward to seeing you in Phoenix!
The American Accounting Association (AAA), in partnership with Editage, offers pre-submission manuscript preparation support services to authors. Editage’s highly qualified and experienced publication experts in relevant fields provide the following:
- English Language Editing: Substantive subject-specific editing by experienced and professional editors at Editage.
- Translation Service: Translation and editing of the manuscript to deliver a publication-ready output.
- Research Promotion: Transform research papers into easy-to-consume multimedia formats and increase readership and citations
- Post-review support is also available to help authors feel more confident in their manuscript revisions.