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Take a look at the Program to find out why you should attend:
- Professor David Cooper’s Opening Plenary
- Professor Frank Ross’ Plenary
- Papers and abstracts
- Breakdown of papers by topic
- Presenter information
- Detailed schedule
- Discussant index
The Critical Perspectives on Accounting Journal, published by Elsevier, is an established forum for scholars from around the globe who are interested in the broader social, economic and political issues raised by accounting technologies and corporate behaviour. The conference presents an opportunity for researchers and practitioners who are concerned that much mainstream theory and practice is ill-suited to the challenges of the modern environment.
Being grounded upon a critical perspective on accounting, the conference provides a central platform for accounting and finance researchers with progressive social science interests and welcomes researchers from other disciplines such as political economy, sociology, human geography, anthropology, and philosophy who are concerned that accounting practices aligned to contemporary power structures are inextricably connected with the many allocative, distributive, social, and ecological problems of our era.
The major themes of the conference are
- critical accounting
- accounting theory
- management accounting
- accounting and labour processes
- audit processes
For more information, visit the Conference Themes page.
The Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference rotates on a three year cycle with the Asia Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting Conference (APIRA) and the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference (IPA).
Emerging Scholars' Colloquium
The Conference will be preceded by the Emerging Scholars’ Colloquium, held on Sunday 10 July, which is organised by Yves Gendron. In particular, the Colloquium aims to provide doctoral students, new faculty and emerging researchers with the opportunity to discuss their work with established scholars in the field. Find out more about the Colloquium.