2013 International Conference for Critical Accounting (ICCA) Emerging Critical Scholars Workshop Accounting and the New Labor Process Symposium (ANLP)

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2013 International Conference for Critical Accounting (ICCA)

Emerging Critical Scholars Workshop

Accounting and the New Labor Process Symposium (ANLP)

 DATES

 Emerging Critical Scholars Workshop: Thursday April 25th, 2013

Accounting and the New Labor Process Symposium Thursday April 25th, 2013

Main Conference: Thursday April 25th and Friday April 26, 2013

 VENUE

 Baruch College Conference Center ,14th Floor, Newman Vertical Campus, Lexington Ave & 24th Street, New York City, 10010, USA

 AIMS AND SCOPE

 The 2013 International Conference for Critical Accounting (ICCA -- main meeting) provides a forum for exploring critical research on emerging issues in accounting, auditing tax and teaching. It brings together interested faculty, professionals, policy makers, accounting students and others concerned with professional and regulatory issues in the corporate, university, government, and financial sectors. The conference and our journal affiliates urgent questions that currently face the profession, and seeks radical changes in the conduct of accounting and auditing practice, education and research. The conference and our journal affiliates seek original contributions that examine these issues of social, governmental, and corporate accountability which presently face professionals, educators, and scholars.

 The following are illustrative, but not exhaustive of the general conference themes:

 Audits of banks and Sovereign Debt; The Subprime Crisis; the origins of the World-Wide Recession; Bernie Madoff and after; Coercion and Ethics in doing Critical Doctoral Research, Resisting and Transforming the Commodification of Practice and Teaching; Race & Class; Multicultural Analysis; Poetry of Accounting; Institutional Failures - Litigation, Malpractice & Competition; Impact of Information Technologies; Social Audits, Accounting & the State; Ecology & Green Accounting; Gender Relations & Feminist Theories; European and African accounting issues; Globalization & International Issues; Critical Histories -Auditing as Social Dialogue; Public Sector and Healthcare Issues; New Technologies in teaching & practice; Management Accounting Developments; Regulation, standard setting and capital markets and Critical Ethnographies.

 SPONSORS PAST AND PRESENT

 Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, Center for Accounting Ethics, Binghamton University, Deloitte & Touché; Gender Section of the American Accounting Association, Inderscience Publishers, Marist College.   

  SUBMISSIONS and INQUIRIES:

 MAIN CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS:

 Professor Tony Tinker: Anthony.tinker@baruch.cuny.edu

 Professor Aida Sy: Aida.Sy@Marist.edu

 EMERGING CRITICAL SCHOLARS WORKSHOP: Thursday April 25th, 2013, Professor Aida Sy: aida.sy@marist.edu.

 ACCOUNTING AND THE NEW LABOR PROCESS SYMPOSIUM Thursday April 25th, 2013: Professor Tony Tinker