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The conference has an agreement with the Southern African Journal of Accountability and Auditing Research to give special consideration to all conference papers submitted toSAJAAR. to view the Editorial Requirements.
Participants can submit either abstracts or full-length papers to the conference. Full-length papers will be submitted for double-blind peer review. The review of conference papers is provided courtesy of the Centre for Critical Accounting and Auditing Research (CCAAR) which is based in South Africa. The Centre acts as a forum for research into accounting and auditing and adopts a broad social and political context, focusing on issues of sustainability as well as embracing historical perspectives and utopian visions of accounting. The researchers in the Centre and international researchers affiliated to the Centre represent a South African hub for accounting and auditing research that explores and seeks to address urgent 21st century issues relating to integrated reporting, ecological and biodiversity accounting and auditing, often approaching research through a critical accounting lens.
ABSTRACTS & FULL PAPERS:
Abstracts should include the paper’s title and be followed by an overview of the research, structured using the following sub-headings:
– Purpose (mandatory)
– Design/methodology/approach (mandatory)
– Findings (mandatory)
– Research limitations/implications (if applicable)
– Practical implications (if applicable)
– Social implications (if applicable)
– Originality/value (mandatory)
The abstract should be a maximum of 300 words (including keywords). A list of 3 to 6 key words (separated by semi-colons) should follow immediately after the abstract. Authors wishing to receive review comments on their work should submit full-length papers for review in addition to their abstracts. These should be formatted using the guidelines for either Meditari Accountancy Research or the Southern African Journal of Accountability and Auditing Research.