CALL FOR RESEARCH PROPOSALS AND PARTICIPATION
IAAER ACCA Central and Eastern European
Emerging Accounting Scholars Research Workshop
June 11-12, 2018
Immediately Preceding AMIS 2018,
Hosted by the Bucharest University of Economic Studies,
Funding Provided by ACCA Global
The International Association for Accounting Education and Research (IAAER) and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) will hold their Central and Eastern European Emerging Accounting Scholars Research Workshop in Bucharest, Romania on June, 11-12 2018. The workshop will be held in conjunction with the AMIS 2018 International Conference organized by the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania. The objectives of the workshop are to provide emerging scholars from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) with feedback on their research and to help develop their research skills. Representatives of IAAER will select the research projects to be presented during the workshop and will attend the workshop to provide comprehensive feedback and guidance to the participants. Preference will be given to doctoral students and early career researchers. However, the workshop is open to all emerging accounting scholars holding or pursuing a terminal degree that are affiliated with higher education institutions in CEE countries and are committed to improving their research skills capacity.
The workshop will begin with a light lunch Monday June 11 and run all day Tuesday June 12, 2018.
On Monday afternoon, internationally recognized scholars will lead sessions designed to increase participants’ research skills (for example, discussing/reviewing a research paper, basic research design issues). Participants will be expected to study several assigned readings to prepare for these sessions. Various funding opportunities will be available for workshop presenters.
Read the full call for proposals here.
For further information, please email Professor Donna Street at email@example.com
The following important dates have to be taken into account for attending the workshop: