Academy of Accounting Historians

 

Upcoming and Past Events

Upcoming events

    • 08 Aug 2015
    • 12 Aug 2015
    • Chicago, Illinois
    For more information visit the American Accounting Association's Annual Meeting website.
    • 09 Aug 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Chicago, Illinois

    ACCOUNTING HISTORY PERSPECTIVES

    Schedule of Topics & Speakers

    Here’s a chance to learn about current research topics in accounting history and an opportunity to update Academy members on your own project. Get valuable feedback from peers on your work-in-progress as well as help finding additional research material. Whether you are new to accounting history research or an experienced pro, earn valuable CPE credits and share knowledge with Academy members.

     

    • 09 Aug 2015
    • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Chicago, Illinois
    Hotel: Hyatt Regency Chicago

    Room: West Tower, Bronze Level, Comiskey

    Click here for a floorplan to locate the Comiskey room on the Bronze Level (West Tower).
    • 09 Aug 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Chicago, Illinois
    All members are welcome to attend the 2015 Academy Business Meeting.


    Hotel: Hyatt Regency Chicago

    Room: West Tower, Bronze Level, Water Tower

    Click here for a floorplan to locate the Water Tower room on the Bronze Level (West Tower).
    • 09 Aug 2015
    • 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Chicago, Illinois
    All members are welcome to attend the 2015 Academy Ice Cream Social following the Business Meeting.


    Hotel: Hyatt Regency Chicago

    Room: West Tower, Bronze Level, Gold Coast

    Click here for a floorplan to locate the Gold Coast room on the Bronze Level (West Tower).


    • 19 Aug 2015
    • 21 Aug 2015
    • Ballarat, Australia
    “Accounting’s history in diverse industries and other settings”

     

    Sponsored by: Faculty of Business, Federation University Australia (formerly the University of Ballarat) and Accounting History Special Interest Group of the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand.

     

    Papers will focus on studying accounting in the distinctive business and non-business contexts in which it is situated and may include, but is not limited to, historical studies of:

    • Accounting innovation within particular industries;
    • Industry specific accounting rules, standards and related regulations;
    • The role of accounting in enabling or inhibiting the growth of particular industries;
    • Transfers of accounting technology between industries;
    • Adaptations to accounting technology made within particular industries;
    • Industry specific textbooks and educational programs;
    • Unique accounting issues within particular industries;
    • Accounting in distinctive non-industrial settings, such as religious orders, hospitals, not-for-profit entities, and government and public sector institutions.

    An Emerging Scholars’ Colloquium will be held immediately prior to the conference.

    Inquiries may be directed to the Conference Convener, Brian West, Faculty of Business, Federation University Australia, at the following e-mail address: b.west@federation.edu.au

    The historical Australian city of Ballarat is situated just over an hour by rail or road to the west of the state capital of Melbourne.  Ballarat was founded during the gold rush of the 1850s and is often identified as the birthplace of Australian democracy.  The city’s rich history – both literally and figuratively – is preserved in its historic buildings, streetscapes, tourist attractions and art gallery. 

    Further information about visiting Ballarat can be found at http://visitballarat.com.au/.

    • 25 Jun 2016
    • 27 Jun 2016
    • Pescara, Italy
    More information to follow.
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