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Continuing on from 2021, AAAJ’s 2022 APIRA thought leadership webinars will offer major interdisciplinary accounting research presentations and panel forums. They will be 90 minute webinars on three occasions through 2022. Each live session will also be recorded and available to registrants on the APIRA webpage.

October 12th, 2022
Accounting, auditing, and digital transformation: Implications and critical issues
Presenters and Panel:         
Prof Indrit Troshani (Australia)
Prof Giuseppe Grossi (Norway)
Prof Jodie Moll (Australia)

Please spread the word to colleagues and doctoral students.

You can register now for the first APIRA 2021 event Feb 16, on the APIRA webpage

Critical perspectives on Accounting in Italian - Online workshop 

The workshop will feature presentations from authors interested in submitting to “Critical Perspectives on Accounting in Italian” and presentations from the Editors of the Journal who will provide insights on the meaning of critical research, its main themes and suggestions on how to publish in Critical Perspectives on Accounting. 

The workshop programme includes a link to be used for registering for the event. Presenting a paper to the workshop is not a prerequisite for submitting a paper to the Special Issue. Therefore, the deadline for submissions to the Special Issue will be 31 December 2022 and authors are able to submit directly to the Special Issue without presenting a paper at the workshop. The workshop will be held in English but original paper presentation slides will be in Italian. The deadline for registrations is Sunday 8 May 2022, following which a link to the event will be sent to those who have registered.

Call for paper: HERE

A-CSEAR 2022 "Democratising Accounting" - School of Accounting and Commercial Law, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand


The School of Accounting and Commercial Law (Te Kura Kaute, Ture Tauhokohoko), looks forward to warmly welcoming you to the 21st Australasian Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (A-CSEAR) Conference and Emerging Scholars’ Colloquium to be held in-person at the Wellington School of Business and Government (Ōrauariki), Victoria University of Wellington (Te Herenga Waka). The Emerging Scholars’ Colloquium will be held on 12 December 2022 and the main conference on 13-14 December 2022. 


The conference theme for 2022 is “Democratising accounting”. The conference convenors encourage a broad interpretation of “Democratising accounting”. This may include topics and themes relating, but not limited, to stakeholder engagement, the politics of value(s) and valuation, alternative and emergent accounts, counter-accounting and social movements, accounting education, the affective dimensions of accounting, barriers and facilitators of democratisation.  


The full call for papers and call for ESC submissions (and instructions) is attached. For further information please click HERE


Plenary Speakers:  

Associate Professor Gordon Boyce, La Trobe University 

Associate Professor Nick McGuigan, Monash University 

and Professor Helen Tregidga, Royal Holloway, University of London 


Key dates: 

Deadline for full paper and ESC submissions: 31 August 2022 

Notification of decision to authors and ESC applicants: 30 September 2022  

Please to: 

CSEAR Webinars and Reading Groups

Find the attached schedule HERE

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