MARG/MCA Conference, 15/16 November 2012

From EAA Newsletter, Issue 38

This is the first call for the annual MARG / MCA conference, to be held on Thursday 15th and Friday 16th November, 2012 at Aston Business School, Birmingham. Papers are invited that address any area of research and practice into management accounting or management control. Papers addressing the application, or refinement,of management accounting/control processes and techniques in practical settings are encouraged. Academically-oriented papers from practitioners in such settings are especially welcome.

The conference will commence at 10.30am on the first day and will consist
of plenary presentations. Presenters will include a number of high profile
contributors to the management accounting literature. Speakers at last
year’s conference included Professors John Burns and Stuart Cooper.
The first day ends with a conference dinner where delegates will have the
opportunity to meet and discuss their research interests and practice developments
in a relaxed setting. The second day will consist of parallel sessions
and may be especially appealing to early career researchers, many of
whom may still be completing their PhD.
Full papers (or extended abstracts) should be submitted to the organisers
by 17th Sep 2012. For the plenary presentations preference will be given
to full papers.
For queries please contact Alan Lowe: or Melina
 Aston Business School, Aston
University, Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B4 7ET.

About martinjquinn

I am an accounting academic, accountant and author based near Dublin, Ireland.
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