The CPA conference is an established forum for critical, radical and other interdisciplinary approaches to the study of accounting phenomena. It brings together scholars in the fields of accounting, management and the broader social science disciplines who are concerned to illustrate how deeply implicated accounting is in the allocative, social, and ecological problems of our times. As well, it attracts practitioners, policy makers and activists who are interested in these pressing issues and committed to social change. All papers will receive a constructive and supportive blind review.
The Emerging Scholars Colloquium is a one-day event (July 6, 2014) which precedes the main conference. The Colloquium provides doctoral students, new faculty and emerging researchers with the opportunity to discuss their research with established scholars in the field. The Colloquium is organized by Yves Gendron (Université Laval) and and brings together a team of four scholars: Leslie Oakes, University of New Mexico; Sajay Samuel, Pennsylvania State University; Joni Young, University of New Mexico and Marion Brivot, Université Laval.
The deadline for submission of full papers is February 15, 2014. The deadline for reviewers to complete the review of paper submissions is 15 March 2014. The decision about acceptance will be made and communicated to authors by 31 March 2014. A condition of paper submission is that, if accepted, the paper will be presented at Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference by one of the authors. Conference themes include, but are not limited to the following: audit; financial reporting; social and environmental accounting; the profession; management accounting and control.
The conference will include plenary addresses by Professor Peter Armstrong, Emeritus Professor of Accounting and Society at the University of Leicester, UK and Professor Kevin Haggerty Professor of Sociology and Criminology at the University of Alberta. Peter is well known for his work on accounting and control of labour process and on accounting and the managerial profession. Kevin is the editor of the Canadian Journal of Sociology and is well known for his ground breaking work on contemporary surveillance.
The Conference Chair is Marcia Annisette, Associate Professor of Accounting, Schulich School of Business and Editor of Critical Perspectives on Accounting. Other members of the organizing team are Henri Guénin-Paracini and Mélanie Roussy both of the Université Laval; Chris Carter Chair of Strategy and Organization, University of Edinburgh Business School and Associate Editor of Critical Perspectives on Accounting and Jeff Everett, Associate Professor of Accounting Schulich School of Business and Editorial Board Member of Critical Perspectives on Accounting.
Join us on the Piazza, Inniskillin’s gathering place, for a welcome reception featuring Sparkling Icewine. We share a glimpse into Inniskillin’s rich history and excellence on the Canadian wine frontier, prior to inviting our guests to enjoy wine and culinary stations staged throughout the estate. Surrounded by vineyards, guests will engage in an interactive evening of wine and culinary stations, seasonally inspired by the bounty of the Niagara Region.
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