JCAE Mid-Year Conference - Call for Papers

Conference date

05 Jul 2019

Location

Queensland University of Technology

Description

Journal of Contemporary Accounting & Economics

Mid-Year Conference, Friday 5th of July 2019

CALL FOR PAPERS

The 2019 JCAE Mid-Year Symposium is jointly organised by the Queensland University of Technology, University of Technology Sydney and Deakin University.

The 2019 Mid-Year Conference will be held at the Queensland University of Technology. The conference provides a platform for accounting, economics and corporate governance academics especially from Australia, New Zealand and Asia to present cutting-edge research findings. Papers accepted will be considered for publication in the JCAE, subject to editorial approval.

Key-note Speaker
Professor Neil Fargher is from the Research School of Accounting in the Australian National University College of Business and Economics. His research interests are in the areas of auditing and financial accounting. Professor Fargher's research covers a range of specific issues relating to the demand for auditing, audit report qualifications, measuring types of risk, leverage, hedge effectiveness, valuation, and assurance services for public offerings.

Paper Submissions
Manuscripts should be submitted in PDF format to Katt.Robertson@uts.edu.au (1 x blind copy & 1 x with author details). Manuscripts previously published or currently under review by other publications must not be submitted. All submissions
are subject to a blind review process.
Submissions must be received no later than April 15, 2019. Authors can expect to be notified of the review outcome by May 17, 2019.

About the Journal of Contemporary Accounting & Economics
The Journal is dedicated to publishing high quality manuscripts that rigorously apply economics and legal theory to accounting/auditing with an emphasis on empirical research. The citation rate for the journal has seen a steady increase in the last few years. The journal publishes papers in the following major areas as related to accounting and auditing issues:
financial contracts, corporate governance, capital markets, financial institutions and economics of organizations.

For all enquiries please contact: Katt.Robertson@uts.edu.au