Call for Papers for Future Volumes
Advances in Accounting Education: Volume 13 - Teaching and Curriculum Innovations

Emerald Publishing is pleased to announce that volume 13 of Advances in Accounting Education is now available. For a listing of the published papers, including a special section devoted to IFRS and accounting education, please visit the following website:

Dorothy Feldmann and Tim Rupert (co-editors of the journal) also invite submissions to forthcoming volumes with the following call for papers.

PAPER SUBMISSIONS: Submissions are invited for forthcoming volumes. AIAE publishes a wide variety of articles dealing with accounting education at the college and university level. AIAE encourages readable, relevant, and reliable articles in all areas of accounting education including auditing, financial and managerial accounting, forensic accounting, governmental accounting, taxation, etc. Papers can be:
- Thought pieces that share anecdotal experiences with various pedagogical tools.
- Position papers on particular issues.
- Comprehensive literature reviews grounded in theory.
- Conceptual models.
- Historical discussions with implications for current and future pedagogical efforts.
- Methodology discussions.
- Research studies with implications for improving accounting education.

AIAE provides a forum for sharing generalizable teaching approaches from curricula development to content delivery techniques. Pedagogical research that contributes to more effective teaching in colleges and universities is highlighted. All articles must explain how teaching methods or curricula/programs can be improved. Non-empirical papers should be academically rigorous, and specifically discuss the institutional context of a course or program, as well as any relevant tradeoffs or policy issues. Empirical reports should exhibit sound research design and execution, and must develop a thorough motivation and literature review, possibly including references from outside the accounting field.

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Send two files by email: one with a manuscript copy but without a cover page, and the other solely a cover page with author information. Cover pages should list all authors' names and addresses (with telephone numbers, fax numbers, and e-mail addresses). The authors' names and addresses should not appear on the abstract. To assure anonymous review, authors should not identify themselves directly or indirectly. Also, attach a copy of any research instruments. Two reviewers assess each manuscript submitted and reviews are completed in a timely manner, usually 60-90 days.

Send manuscripts to: or they can be sent directly to one of the co-editors:

Dorothy Feldmann
Department of Accountancy
Bentley University
175 Forest Street
Waltham, MA 02452

Tim Rupert
Accounting Group
Northeastern University
404 Hayden Hall
Boston, MA 02115

Posted 9/16/12