top of page


Reflecting on your academic journey: finding your place in the Social and Environmental Accounting community

Workshop details: March 07, 2024, Time: 1pm – 3pm ‎(UTC+2)‎ Duration: 2h (Online)

Register HERE

Are you an Early Career Researcher eager to navigate the dynamic world of academia in the realm of Social and Environmental Accounting? Do you aspire to discover your unique voice and carve out your own space in this exciting field? Look no further!

 We are delighted to invite you to an enriching online workshop tailored specifically for Early Career Researchers in Social and Environmental Accounting. Our aim is to help you unlock the secrets to finding your niche within academia, fostering connections, and expressing your distinctive scholarly voice.

Panelists - Alessandro Ghio (Associate Professor in Accounting at Université Laval); Eija Vinnari (Professor in Public Financial Management at Tampere University); and Raeni Raeni (Research Associate at Stockholm Environment Institute York).

Registration - Participation in this 2h online workshop is free to CSEAR members. However, due to limited spots, registration is mandatory.

Further information can be found on the CSEAR website. Click here for further information.


11th - 12th April 2024, The Executive Education Suite, Postgraduate Teaching Centre, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff, UK

Submission of abstract by Wednesday 31st January, 2024.

We are pleased to announce that the Environmental, Ecological, Extinction Accounting, Governance and Economics Research Group (EEEAGER) will host their inaugural EEEAGER conference in Cardiff, UK on 11-12th April 2024. The EEEAGER Group at Cardiff Business School was launched in October 2023 and this conference provides the ideal opportunity for delegates to present their latest research to an international, collegial, critical, cutting edge, emancipatory group of scholars and practitioners exploring ways of stemming mass species extinctions, biodiversity loss, ecosystem collapse and global warming through accounting, financial markets and governance frameworks. Given the urgent need to address climate change, biodiversity loss and species extinctions, this conference offers a forum for researchers to share their research and seek solutions to these challenges. Further, this conference will assist in developing international research collaborations, as well as the development and implementation of new frameworks.

We welcome papers in the following, and related, areas:

•Financing rewilding, de-extinction and nature restoration

•Accounting for rewilding, de-extinction and nature restoration

•Accounting and finance for climate change and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions

•The Task Force for Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) and the accountability requirements demanded by this framework for financial institutions and companies

•Extinction accounting, governance, finance and economics research

•The evolution of accounting for biodiversity accounting around the world

•Legal and ethical frameworks which support and enable rewilding and biodiversity protection, such as the EU Nature Restoration Law

•Interdisciplinary perspectives on nature restoration including ecology, conservation, ecotourism, marketing, and scientific research

•Theoretical and philosophical papers exploring issues of rewilding and de-extinction.

Please submit your Abstract (maximum 250 words) by Wednesday 31st January 2024, stating whether you wish to be considered for the Doctoral Colloquium or the main conference (or both) to the organisers: Prof. Jill Atkins, and Dr. Hui Situ, We will notify paper acceptance by mid-February. Registration fees tba. Guest Speaker tba.

IFKAD 2024

June 12 to 14, 2024- Madrid, Spain

Full information: HERE

Seize the remarkable opportunity to leave your mark at IFKAD 2024 in Madrid, Spain, from June 12 to 14, 2024. Embrace Track 18: 'Fuelling Firm Knowledge Asset through Dynamic Capabilities: The Pivotal Role of Digital, Managerial and Organizational Tools’.

Contribute your cutting-edge research and insights on the fundamental role of digital, managerial, and organizational tools in moderating the intricate relationships between knowledge, dynamic capabilities, knowledge assets and the entire knowledge creation process. Your work has the potential to advance our comprehension of the ever-evolving realm of knowledge management. 

This presents an exceptional chance for collaborative discourse on this emerging subject within the realm of scientific debate. We cordially invite you to submit your abstract and become an integral part of the esteemed International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics. 

 Join us at IFKAD 2024 and play a vital role in shaping the future of knowledge innovation. 
 The deadline for abstract submission is January 15, 2024. 
Link to the track's full description: 
Link to submit your abstract: 
Track Organizers: Dr. Zeila Occhipinti (, Eng. Salvatore Tallarico (

14th Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting (IPA) Conference

July 3-5, 2024 - Royal Holloway, University of London

Full information: HERE

The conference is an established forum for research into the social, political and organisational aspects of accounting. It brings together accounting researchers with broad social science interests from a range of different disciplinary perspectives such as anthropology, history, philosophy, sociology and political economy.

In line with past conferences, IPA 2024 aims to provide accounting scholars with a unique forum for further developing interdisciplinary debate on accounting research, its multidimensional impact on society from diverse methodological stands, highlighting emerging paths and innovative lines of enquiry.

2024 QRCA Annual Conference. "Qualitative Research and Critical Accounting Latin America".

November 13-15, 2024- Córdoba, Argentina

More informtion about the submissions: HERE

We are pleased to share the Call for submissions for the 2024 QRCA Annual Conference, of the Network "Qualitative Research and Critical Accounting Latin America".
We kindly ask you to share it with your peers and colleagues who may be interested in attending. 

The call is also available in three languages at the following links: (ESP) (POR) (ENG)

A-CSEAR 2024: Creating Communities: Accounting, for, with, to, of, despite, or beyond?

Early scholars colloquium: December 4, 2024

Main conference: December, 5 & 6, Christchurch, New Zealand.

More information HERE

The University of Canterbury (UC) School of Business warmly invites you to the 23rd Australasian Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (A-CSEAR) Conference and Early Scholars’ Colloquium to be held in-person at UC, Ōtautahi Christchurch, New Zealand. The Early Scholars’ Colloquium will be held on 4 December 2024, followed by the main conference on 5th and 6th December 2024.

The theme for the conference is:
“Creating Communities: Accounting for, with, to, of, despite, or beyond?

This theme is intentionally open-ended and invites accounting scholars to consider the multitude of ways in which accounting exists for and with communities, and how communities might be formed and reinforced through processes of accounting. The significance of community responses to epic events such as climate change, natural disasters, and military conflict is well documented (Davies, 2012; Vincent, 2023), and the CSEAR community itself has a well-established focus on addressing these urgent concerns (Dillard and Brown, 2012; Gray et al., 2009; Gray et al., 2014; Guthrie and Parker, 2017). Building on these themes, we therefore encourage conceptual, empirical, and creative submissions that consider accounting’s role in enabling, directing, permitting or restricting communities to emerge and thrive. We also welcome other submissions of relevance to the focus of CSEAR.

Important dates:

1 July 2024 - Submissions open
28 July 2024 - Submissions close
30 August 2024 - Decisions to be communicated to authors

For more information, email:

The 1st Accounting Forum Conference 

December 11-13, 2024- University of South Australia,  Adelaide, Australia

The University of South Australia (UniSA) Centre for Markets Values and Inclusion is pleased to host the 1st Accounting Forum Conference on December 11-13, 2024.

Accounting Forum focusses on advancing the interdisciplinary and global connection of accounting research. Through this inaugural conference, we aim to promote greater understanding of the role of business and accounting in the global environment, and provide a forum for the intellectual exchange of academic ideas and research in accounting and related areas. Attendees will include academics, practitioners and PhD students at all levels of experience, and involved with all aspects of theory and practice in accounting and related disciplines. The conference will be open to submissions from across the broad spectrum of accounting research and will also offer a special themed track which will be the subject of a Special Issue of the journal. More details will be provided early in 2024.

Submissions will be open in mid-2024.

Emerging Scholars Colloquium (December 11, 2024)

The Accounting Forum Conference will be preceded by an Emerging Scholars Colloquium. The Colloquium aims at introducing emerging scholars, including PhD students and early career researchers, into the accounting research community and providing them an opportunity to present and discuss their research projects alongside a cohort of distinguished international academics. We strongly recommend that PhD students (and early career researchers) submit their papers to the Colloquium.

 For now, please Save the Date!

 The First Call for Papers with more information will be issued in January 2024!

Keynote speaker: Olayinka (Yinka) Moses from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

 For queries contact:

More information HERE

APIRA & AARN Joint Conference 

2-4 July 2025, Hilton Adelaide, Australia

The Centre for Markets, Values and Inclusion (CMVI) at University of South Australia (UniSA) is pleased to announce that we will host the joint conference of Asia-Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting (APIRA) and Alternative Accounting Research Network (AARN) in Adelaide, Australia on 2 - 4 July 2025, along with the Emerging Scholars’ Colloquium on 1 July 2025.

The conference theme is The Value of Accounting in Transforming the World

Over the past three decades, the APIRA community has worked together to support and contribute to the growing interdisciplinary research in accounting and has established a leading platform showcasing the importance of interdisciplinary research in the Asia-Pacific region. More recently, the APIRA community has joined the AARN community to jointly offer an international forum facilitating discussions and debates on the critical role of accounting in creating a more equitable, inclusive and sustainable society. The 2025 APIRA-AARN joint conference will be held in association with the Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (AAAJ) and Critical Perspectives on Accounting (CPA). The CMVI at UniSA Business looks forward to welcoming you to Adelaide – a contemporary, vibrant and picturesque city in Australia. We will celebrate 30 years of success of APIRA and embrace the new generation of interdisciplinary and alternative accounting scholars who are more courageous, motivated, and determined to make a meaningful change to transform our world for sustainability.

 Email:; Paper submission: 31 January 2025 UniSA Business, Adelaide, Australia

 Conference Website: 

CSEAR Webinars and Reading Groups

Find the attached schedule HERE

bottom of page