Please see below a list of Call for Papers

Call for Papers

Call For Papers for a Special Issue on Replication in Survey-Based Studies in Management Accounting in Accounting & Finance Journal.
Initial Submission due by 30 June 2024.
Learn more HERE

Special Issue Guest Editors:

  • David Bedford (University of Technology Sydney)
  • Vincent K. Chong (The University of Western Australia)
  • Johnny Jermias (Simon Fraser University)

A Special Issue on Sustainable Finance

Sustainable finance seeks to create long-term value by tackling global issues such as climate change, pollution, depletion of natural resources, and social inequality, to name a few. The efficiency of capital markets plays a crucial role in facilitating sustainable finance. By efficiently directing capital towards sustainability goals, capital markets can promote sustainability in business operations, investment, and corporate governance. Sustainability-oriented investors can also exert pressure on companies, demanding that corporate managers focus more on sustainability goals, ultimately benefiting all stakeholders.

Given its significance, it is not surprising that sustainable finance has become an important topic. Yet, research in this area remains relatively nascent, leaving both academics and practitioners eager to gain a deeper understanding of these issues at both regional and global scales. In this context, Accounting and Finance is launching a Special Issue on Sustainable Finance.

We welcome all aspects of research in sustainable finance, including theoretical and empirical studies. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, corporate finance, asset pricing and derivatives, behavioural finance, and financial markets. 

All Call for Paper details can be found HERE

Important Dates:

28 Feb 2025: Deadline for Initial Submissions (We encourage and welcome early submissions and will evaluate the suitability of each paper as soon as we receive them.)

Accounting Research Conference
Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 23-25 October 2024
First Announcement and Call for Papers

Overview: Accounting and Business Research (ABR) and the Department of Accounting of Deakin University are organising the ABR-Deakin Accounting Research Conference. The event will take place on October 23-25, 2024, at Deakin Downtown Campus of Deakin University located in the cosmopolitan city of Melbourne, Australia.

The deadline for submission of papers is June 30th, 2024. The conference aims to help the development of existing working papers by providing feedback and discussion. All accepted papers will be assigned a discussant, either from the ABR editorial board or from other presenting authors. For all details, click HERE

We are now accepting paper submissions for Monforma2024.

Hosted by Monash Business School’s Department of Accounting, Monforma is a biennial conference that facilitates the free exchange of ideas amongst academics, and promotes and initiates research opportunities in management accounting. 

This signature event attracts management accounting academics from all major Australian universities, and many from overseas. 

With outstanding networking opportunities, its focused technical program allows participants to present and receive feedback on their work in a constructive environment. Participants benefit from diverse presentations, which span multiple research paradigms and methods.

If you'd like to present at Monforma2024, please submit your paper no later than 12 July. Acceptances will be notified by 14 September.

Submit your paper HERE

PAR is a quarterly journal publishing empirical and theoretical research into current developments in accounting and finance with a particular emphasis on research from the Pacific region.

As strong believers in positive change, PAR has decided to develop an Early Career Review Board (ECRB) to give Early Career Researchers the means to participate within a journal publishing environment and to be involved in developing PAR for the community along with the editors .

All details are available HERE

Quantitative Accounting Research Symposium and Consortium

The Quantitative Accounting Research Network (QARN) will be hosting a combined Symposium and Consortium on 7 June 2024 at Auckland of University Technology. The morning session will feature paper presentations by PhD students. The afternoon session will feature paper presentations and is open to presenters at any academic level.

PhD students are invited to submit a document at any stage including proposal, a working paper with preliminary results or a full working paper. Students are encouraged to present at QARNs multiple years throughout their PhD. PhD students will be assigned a senior academic mentor from a different institution to provide detailed feedback on both their paper and their presentation.

Who can attend?

The Symposium/Consortium is open to all academics and research students who have an interest in quantitative accounting research. There is no cost to attend.

Call for Papers and Research Proposals

We invite researchers with an interest in quantitative accounting research to submit an abstract of their paper or research proposal to by 31 March. With the full paper to provided 15 May. We particularly encourage PhD students and emerging researchers to submit their work, including research papers they are working on outside of their thesis.

If noted in submission, presented papers can also be considered for fast-track acceptance at Pacific Accounting Review.

About the Quantitative Accounting Research Network

The Quantitative Accounting Research Network (QARN) is an informal association of quantitative accounting researchers in New Zealand. The aim of QARN is to support and strengthen the environment for quantitative accounting research by providing forums where quantitative researchers can present their work and workshops that assist in developing quantitative research skills.



The 2024 JCAE Mid-Year Symposium is jointly organised by Auckland University of Technology and The University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. The 2024 Mid-Year Symposium will be held at the Auckland University of Technology, AUT City Campus. The symposium provides a platform for accounting, economics, and corporate governance academics, especially from the Asia-Pacific region to present cutting-edge research findings.


The Mid-Year Symposium features several plenary papers. Each presentation will be followed by a discussion by a discussant and Q & A from the audience. Papers accepted for plenary presentations will be considered for publication in JCAE, subject to further review and editorial approval. Manuscripts should be submitted via the JCAE editorial manager under “Conferences”. In your letter to the editor, please state that the paper is presented to the 2024 Mid-year symposium. Submissions must be received no later than March 15, 2024. Authors can expect to be notified of the review outcome by May 17, 2024.

Full details are available HERE

Main conference: June 26-27, 2025
Emerging Scholars Colloquium - ESC: June 25, 2025
Deadline for submission of full papers (main conference and ESC): February 28, 2025
Notification of acceptance: March 31, 2025
Conference venue: Prama Sanur Beach Hotel, Bali, Indonesia.

The Accounting and Accountability in Emerging Economies* (AAEE) Conference will provide a high-profile forum for academics, policy makers, research students and other key stakeholders to discuss issues relating to, and deepening and broadening knowledge of, the role accounting and accountability in emerging economies; and to build and consolidate a network of active institutions, scholars and policy makers involved in accounting, accountability and global development research. This year’s theme is “Sustainable Development and Accountability in Emerging Economies.”  Download the Call for Paper document HERE

Theme: Building a Sustainable Africa: Role of Accounting, Finance, and Governance
Main Conference: 4th-6th September 2024 (Cresta Lodge, Sango Conference Centre, Harare, Zimbabwe)
Emerging Scholars Colloquium: 3rd September 2024 (University of Zimbabwe)

The African Accounting and Finance Association (AAFA), established in 2011, is Africa’s leading accounting and finance association. One of the distinguishing features of AAFA is to embrace all African regions to participate and engage with scholars from across the continent and diaspora to debate issues and challenges that are faced by the continent. The theme of this year’s conference provides a unique opportunity for academics, practitioners, and policymakers to debate the role of accounting, finance, and good governance in promoting sustainable development in Africa. Given the several challenges confronting the continent, deliberations by delegates at the conference will aim at seeking plausible solutions to some of these issues. Download the Call for Paper document HERE

Upcoming special sections of the British Accounting Review (BAR)

Management Control Systems for ‘Net-Zero’ and ‘Nature-Positive’ Special Issue Call in British Accounting Review

This special issue aims to explore the role of management control systems in organisations for delivering against global ‘net-zero’ and ‘nature-positive’ targets. Accounting and finance professionals can play a crucial role in achieving these targets, by facilitating performance measurement and risk management. Yet research has not addressed how management control systems can assist in the context of the climate and nature crises. This British Accounting Review (BAR) call for papers (see link below) seeks research providing insights into the development of effective strategies and control mechanisms for managing and achieving ‘net-zero’ and ‘nature-positive’ targets within organisations.

All details are available HERE

Guest editors:

Full paper submission deadline to BAR is 31st October 2024.

Other special editions:

All details are available HERE

Qualitative Accounting Research from a Chinese perspective

This special issue calls for research from the perspective of China’s unique rich cultural perspective and strong government influence, adopting qualitative methods of research. This call for papers does not intend to narrow submissions to particular topics but to give authentic voice to research in China by delving into the socio-political and historical aspects of accounting and auditing practice in China; and/or by conducting research informed by traditional Chinese philosophies such as Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism. Qualitative approaches to research inclusive of interviews, case studies, critical discourse and documentary analysis are strongly encouraged.

Submission deadline: 30 June 2024.  All details are available HERE

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The International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board: Insights for developing auditing standards fit for purpose

Submission window: 1 July to 31 October 2024.  For more information, please visit the call for papers on the journal’s website HERE

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The International Sustainability Standards Board: Evaluating and informing work efforts in the interest of sustainable development

Submission window: 1 July to 31 October 2024. For more information, please visit the call for papers on the journal’s website ERE

SAMPJ Special Issue - The use of technology by organizations to enhance social and environmental sustainability

Many organizations currently consider transformative change to create opportunities for a better quality of life and a sustainable future (Linnenluecke et al., 2017; Lee and Trimi, 2018). Digital technologies often provide opportunities to achieve these goals in new ways, e.g. through the internet-of-things (IoT) and blockchain technology (De Villiers et al., 2021). Apart from bringing new solutions, digitalization also challenges the business environment (Vial, 2019). These challenges require increasing interaction with digital technologies entailing transformation in many different ways (Van Veldhoven and Vanthienen, 2019).  Submissions open on 1 February 2024

For further information, click HERE

Pacific Accounting Review

More than a decade ago, the Pacific Accounting Review opened a new chapter in accounting research with the special issue "The Pacific Odyssey." It pioneered an in-depth exploration of the role and impact of accounting in the South Pacific, sparking numerous conversations and research endeavors. In this special issue, we aim to retrace our steps, examining the strides made since our first Pacific Odyssey and identifying the gaps that still need to be filled. We invite accounting academics to contribute their original research and fresh perspectives, assessing the progress made over the past decade and highlighting the areas that warrant further investigation. This special issue aims to reassess and deepen our understanding of accounting's role in the South Pacific, its impact on the region, and the accountability it fosters within the unique socio-economic structures that characterize this part of the world.

An online talanoa session (conversation) will take place in November 2023. In this talanoa, authors can briefly discuss their study and get participant feedback. All papers wishing to be considered for the special issue should be submitted via Pacific Accounting Review's online manuscript submission system by June 2024.   All details can be found HERE

Special Issue on Digital technology and corporate reporting

Regulators have introduced digital corporate reporting mandates worldwide and now require firms in significant jurisdictions, including the US, EU, Japan, UK and China, to submit digital corporate financial reports (Troshani & Rowbottom, 2022). More recently, developments in 'sustainability' reporting standardisation indicate that digital technology will be utilised in standardising, disseminating and regulating sustainability reports (European Commission, 2021; European Council, 2022; IFRS Foundation, 2022; US SEC, 2022). 

Guest editors

  • Professor Indrit Troshani,
  • Dr Nick Rowbottom

Submission opens 1st July 2024, Close October 1 2024. 

This AAAJ special issue calls for research manuscripts investigating how the introduction of digital technology influences how corporate reports are prepared, used, standardised and assured. We broadly define the scope of corporate reporting to include financial and non-financial, sustainability reporting that entities provide to information users voluntarily or in response to statutory requirements.

For further details, click HERE

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Accounting and Accountability for Rewilding, De-extinction and Biodiversity Protection

This AAAJ special issue represents a platform for further research into accounting and accountability for international rewilding efforts and de-extinction projects. We welcome submissions of full papers that research these areas.  For further details, click HERE

Guest editors

  • Jill Atkins
  • Garry Carnegie
  • Warren Maroun
  • Simon Norton

The submission deadline for this special issue is 01 September 2024.

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The impact of accounting and accountability in identifying and mitigating social and environmental grand challenges, closes 30 April 2024.  For further details, click HERE

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Accounting Beyond Disruption: Risk Work for Sustainable and Resilient Global Supply Chains, closes 30 September 2024. For further details, click HERE

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Microfoundations of accountability closes on 30 April 2025. For further details, click HERE

The Handbook of Generative Artificial Intelligence in Accounting and Business Education

We are thrilled to announce a call for chapters for The Handbook of Generative Artificial Intelligence in Accounting and Business Education, a Major Reference Work (MRW) commissioned by Springer. This handbook aims to compile innovative research addressing the crucial issues surrounding Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its implications in various domains of accounting and business education.

We invite contributions on a wide range of topics related to Generative AI, including but not limited to:

  • Understanding Generative AI: How it works, potential applications, and impacts.
  • Revisiting Pedagogical Strategies: Implications of Generative AI in learning and engagement.
  • Integrating Generative AI in Accounting and Business Education.
  • Curriculum Development, Innovation, and Generative AI in Curriculum Enhancement.
  • Generative AI in Industry and Specialized Fields.
  • Policymaking for Generative AI in Education.
  • Global Perspectives on Generative AI in Education.

 Provisional Timescale:

  • October 30, 2024 – Deadline for full chapter submission for peer review.
  • January 19, 2025 – Deadline to submit peer review reports.
  • March 31, 2025 – Deadline to address review comments/feedback.
  • April 30, 2025 – Notification of acceptance/submission to Springer for copy editing.
  • June 30, 2025 – Final edits and proofread by chapter authors.
  • September 30, 2025 – Expected online publication followed by hardcopy publication.

Submission Details:

For any questions or further information, feel free to reach out to:

More details of this call can be found HERE.

Special Issue on
“Rising Tide of Operational Risks: Management Controls for Better Risk Management”

Guest Editors:

  • Sergeja Slapničar, the University of Queensland, Australia
  • Sebastian Oelrich, TUD Technical University Dresden, Germany

For all details on this special issue, please download HERE

Deadline: May 31, 2024
Submissions submitted earlier are welcome and will be send out for review shortly after submission also before the deadline.
Submissions via Editorial Manager:

Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management

Special issue on

Climate Change Accounting, Reporting and Account-ability: Responses by Governments, Not-for-Profit Organisations and Charities

Despite the proliferation of research on sustainability accounting and ac-countability, only recently have accounting researchers started to focus on issues relating to climate reporting, investment and accountability in great-er depth in the public sector. This is perhaps unsurprising, given that the importance of paying attention to climate change within public management research has only just begun to be recognized. However, few accounting scholars have highlighted the role of public budgeting in addressing climate-related challenges and the fact that this requires significant financial resources.

Public sector organizations, charities and other civil society institutions can play an important role in promoting climate resilience and sustainable development. However, despite a growing interest in exploring how the public sector can contribute to climate change initiatives, the existing literature is yet to conceptualize and extend our understanding of climate accounting, reporting and accountability in the public sector. Given the gaps in the ex-tant accounting literature, the guest editors of this JPBAFM special issue would like to invite high quality research papers that provide evidence-based accounts of climate change mitigation and adaptation that will help to extend our understanding of climate accounting, reporting and account-ability by central, regional, or local governments, charities and not-for-profit organizations.

A workshop on the above research themes will be held at the Essex Business School in June 2024 (date will be announced in due course) at which potential authors can present their work. However, a presentation at this workshop will not be a prerequisite for submission to the special issue. Authors interested in presenting at the workshop must submit an extended abstract by emailing Prof. Pawan Adhikari at by 31 May 2024.

Paper submission is open from September 2024 to 31 December 2024. Guest editors of this special issue are Pawan Adhikari, Bedanand Upadhaya, Chaminda Wijethilake, Zlatinka Blaber, and Wei Qian. More information is available HERE

Call for Papers

Engaging with Responsible Science – An Ongoing Initiative in Pre-registered Research

PBFJ is actively embracing and fostering the principles of responsible science, captured by three central pillars: Credible research, Relevant research, and Independent research. As part of this commitment, we issue an ongoing call for research that engages a “pre-registration” design.

Pre-Registration in a Nutshell

The pre-registration process focuses on accepting proposed projects based on innovative ideas (clearly linked to finance research questions), highly capable expert research teams, and frontier “gold standard” techniques that promise to deliver credible and reliable knowledge. The primary evaluation occurs before the research has been conducted, ensuring that the decision to publish is not affected by the significance or direction of the results but rather by the importance of the research question and the strength of the methods.

Four-Phase Process

  1. Expressions of Interest: We invite expressions of interest as the first step in a 4-phase process of pre-registration studies.

  2. Pitch: Approved teams are invited to pitch their idea in 1,000 words.

  3. Pre-registered Report: For approved pitches, teams are invited to create a detailed pre-analysis plan (before any data are collected), which will be peer reviewed. Accepted reports will be published stand-alone in PBFJ.

  4. Pre-registered Study: For accepted pre-registered reports, teams are invited to execute the study under the status of “in principle accept”.  These fully executed studies will undergo peer review, primarily to ensure adherence to the agreed protocol. Accepted studies will be published in PBFJ as companions to their matching reports.

For further details (including eligibility and submission details), please refer to the full editorial note.

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Machine Learning and Big Data Analytics in Applied Finance

This special issue will provide a knowledge base for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to disseminate novel findings and fresh insights to facilitate progress in the field.

Guest editors:

  • Adrian Gepp, Bond University, Australia / Bangor Business School at Bangor University, UK
  • Christopher Bilson, Bond Business School, UK
  • Abhay Singh, Macquarie University, Australia
  • Bruce Vanstone, Bond University, Australia / Bangor Business School at Bangor University, UK

Special issue information:

The rise of machine learning and big data presents challenges and opportunities for financial investment research and practice. This special issue will provide a knowledge base for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to disseminate novel findings and fresh insights to facilitate progress in the field. While this is a cross-disciplinary topic by its nature, all papers must have finance at its core to be consistent with the overarching aims of the Pacific Basin Finance Journal, including its focus on the Asia-Pacific Region.  For further details, click HERE