IAFA Doctoral colloquium

A message from the IAFA

The 2013 Irish Accounting & Finance Association Doctoral Colloquium takes place on 22nd May, in the Institute of Technology,Tallaght.

This event will provide students, at all stages of doctoral research, with an opportunity to present their work and receive feedback from academics in their field.

Should you wish to present your research at the colloquium, please note the following information:
Empirical, theoretical and review papers are welcomed in all areas of accounting and finance.
The deadline for completed papers/abstracts is 28th February, 2013.
Papers/Abstracts are to be emailed to patricia.morris@ittdublin.ie by February 28th 2013.
Decisions on acceptances of papers/abstracts will be communicated by 28th March, 2013. Please do not register for the colloquium until the outcome of your submission to the conference is known.
Papers will only be included on the conference schedule where registration and payment has been received from at least one author by 12th April, 2013.

The colloquium fee is €180.00 per person. This fee also includes attendance at the 26th Annual Conference of the Irish Accounting & Finance Association from 23rd -24th May 2013 in the Institute of Technology,Tallaght.

Full time Ph.D. students attending the Doctoral Colloquium can register for the Conference at a reduced fee of €75.00 per person. These full time Ph.D .students must be:
Registered on the island of Ireland, and
Be presenting at the Colloquium to avail of the reduced Conference fee.

Should you not wish to present at the conference, registration is now open. Please visit the IAFA website (www.iafa.ie) and register for the event.

If you wish to attend the Doctoral Colloquium and not present a paper and do not wish to attend the Annual Conference, the fee is €75.00 per person.

Registration for the 2013 IAFA Doctoral Colloquium closes on 12th April 2013. All payments must be made on line at http://www.iafa.ie

Advertisements

About martinjquinn

I am an accounting academic, accountant and author based near Dublin, Ireland.
This entry was posted in Conferences. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s