Topics: Grants will be based on the proposals’ potential to advance the practice of management accounting. Research in the areas described in “Topics of interest” below are especially encouraged, although other topics will be considered. Proposed studies can use basic or applied research methods including analytical, archival, experimental, survey, or case study.
Funding: Accepted grant proposals may be funded up to US$25,000, to be used at the discretion of the researcher(s). Funded researchers will be required to produce a 3,000-word report suitable for a professional audience as well as related deliverables (such as a webinar describing their research).
To apply: Proposals should meet the “Guidelines for proposal submissions” at the end of this document. Grant applications should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: October 31, 2020; 12 Midnight EST. Winners to be announced by November 15, 2020.
Topics of interest: While proposals on any topic will be considered, we especially invite grant proposals that address research questions relating to the role of management accounting in revenue management, energy-related decisions, the impact of distributed workforce on management control systems, small business issues, measuring intangible assets, and digital technology solutions.
Questions regarding this call for proposals or other IRF grant programs can be sent to Kip Krumwiede, director of research, at email@example.com or by calling +1‐201‐474‐1732.