The Accounting and Accountability in Emerging Economies (AAEE) conference aims to engage with scholars interested in generating ideas on how accounting and accountability debates might play a greater role in the economic and social development.
It also aims to address to a variety of audiences including researchers, policy makers, consultants and development workers. It provides a high-profile forum for academics, policy makers, research students and other key stakeholders to discuss aspects relating to critical issues for deepening and broadening the critical knowledge of accounting and accountability in emerging economies. It aims to build and consolidate the network of active supporters of emerging economies scholars.
All papers will be reviewed before being accepted to the conference.
There will be two types of sessions: parallel sessions with discussant (PSD) and parallel sessions (PS). Authors will be notified of the organising committee’s decision by March 30, 2018.
Call for papers
Please share with anyone who is interested in research papers which are based on diverse methodological and theoretical approaches and which highlight the policy and practical implications in accounting, accountability and global development
Papers for the main conference can be submitted through the online submission portal We look forward to receiving submissions to the conference.
Papers for the Emerging Scholars Colloquium can be submitted via e-mail to ESC.AAEE@essex.ac.uk
§ October 1 2017 - early bird registration opens
§ 28 February 2018 - paper submission deadline
§ 30 March 2018 - notification of paper acceptance
§ 15 May 2018 - early bird registration closes
§ 21 June 2018 - discussant feedback to authors
§ 15 June 2018 - conference registration closes
§ 27 June 2018 - AAEE Emerging Scholars Colloquium