CSEAR ESC 2021
August 23-24 (and possibly 25), 2021 - online
The aim of the colloquium is to provide an opportunity for emerging scholars in social and environmental accounting (SEA) research to present and discuss their research projects alongside a cohort of distinguished international faculty. The colloquium will maintain a relatively informal atmosphere to enable intensive intellectual debate.
Summer School: University of Pavia, Italy
Sustainability Management and Reporting
Performance management, disclosure and communication of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals
Registration Link (open until 20th August): HERE
ASIA PACIFIC INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH IN ACCOUNTING
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP EVENT
Critical issues in the Qualitative Accounting Research Tradition
9 SEPTEMBER 2021
After Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal's first two APIRA thought leadership events for 2021, the final 2021 event 3 to be held on September 9 features:
“Critical issues in the Qualitative Accounting Research Tradition”
Professor Ileana Steccolini, University of Essex and
Professor Brendan O’Dwyer, University of Amsterdam & University of Manchester
(Q&A moderated by Distinguished Professor Lee Parker)
The 90 minute event will be recorded and available to registrants on the APIRA webpage for a period of one week after the actual event.
Register now for this event on the APIRA webpage
Gender in Accounting Profession
After the success of the Diversity Roundtable Conversation at the EAA Virtual Congress, the EAA Virtual Activities Committee is delighted to host another event on “Gender in the Accounting Profession”, which will take place on Zoom, on September 22, 2021 at 4.00pm CEST. Registration is now open here.
"Despite their important role in the profession, women accountants still face significant challenges and little has been done to improve gender equity. The low presence of women in senior leadership roles (‘glass ceiling’) and the difficulties accounting firms face to retain women are key indicators that accounting is still a gendered profession in many contexts.
After many years of research on practicing supporting women accountants and substantial human and financial investments, questions remain around how differences between men and women accountants still persist. We also observe little acknowledgement of gender diverse people working in accounting."
Join Kathryn Haynes and Emily Martin, experts from academia and practice, as they delve into this topic, drawing on their own fascinating experience and research into gender and accounting. Irma Malafronte will facilitate this fascinating conversation and there will be an opportunity for Q&A.
ASOP Accounting as a Social and Organisational Practice Workshop
The Discipline of Accounting - University of Sydney Business School ASOP workshop will take place on 16th – 17th February 2022.
The workshop will feature 10 - 12 paper presentations and one plenary session. All paper submissions must be submitted by 30 September 2021.
To submit a paper, please select the ‘submit paper’ button on the workshop website. There are no conference fees, but attendees must register for the workshop.
Registrations closes on 30th November 2021, so to ensure your attendance to the virtual workshop, don’t forget to Register.
CSEAR Webinars and Reading Groups
Find the attached schedule HERE
6th Qualitative Accounting Research Symposium
Department of Management, Lang School of Business & Economics, University of Guelph, School of Administrative Studies, York University
Sponsored by: Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA) & Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA Ontario)
Dates: Thursday, November 25 & Friday, November 26, 2021
Qualitative Research and Critical Accounting (QRCA) Conference 2021: Building a network for QRCA in Latin America.
Graduate Consortium - November 4-5, 2021 - online
QRCA Conference - November 16-18, 2021 - online
One of the main objectives of the conference and graduate consortium is to join efforts with local initiatives to promote and stimulate the production of Qualitative Research and Critical Accounting (QRCA), in the Portuguese and Spanish speaking countries of Latin America. Another ambition is to help establish significant bridges between Latin American researchers committed to QRCA, and other international academic communities working on those topics.