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Professor John CHRISTENSEN
Department of Accounting & Finance
University of Southern Denmark, DK
Professor Peter POPE
International Centre for Research in Accounting
University of Lancaster, UK
PROF. JOHN A.CHRISTENSEN (Co-chair)
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN DENMARK - ODENSE
PROF. WAYNE LANDSMAN
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
KENAN-FLAGLER BUSINESS SCHOOL
PROF. CHRISTIAN LEUZ
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
THE WHARTON SCHOOL
PROF. PETER B. MILLER
LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS & POLITICAL SCIENCE
PROF. JAN MOURITSEN
COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
PROF. PETER POPE (Co-chair)
PROF. MICHAEL SHIELDS
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
THE ELI BROAD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
PROF. ALFRED WAGENHOFER
UNIVERSITY OF GRAZ
For the 22nd consecutive year a Colloquium for Doctoral Students in Accounting will be organised in conjunction with the Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association. The 2006 Colloquium will take place on March 18-21 just before the EAA Annual Congress. It will take place at the Irish Management Institute, a purpose built management training facility, located in the south Dublin suburb of Dundrum.
The event will start on Saturday evening March 18, and will finish on Tuesday March 21 at lunchtime. All participating students are also required to attend the EAA Congress that will commence on Wednesday March 22, 2006.
The Colloquium aims to provide an opportunity for European doctoral students in accounting to discuss their research and work in progress with a distinguished international faculty. Overviews of the current state of the accounting research will also be included in the programme of the Colloquium, as will social events which will provide an opportunity for students to interact informally both with each other and the faculty.
The core faculty proposed for the Colloquium is composed of leading researchers in the field.
Students selected to participate in the Colloquium will be offered hotel accommodation for the duration of the Colloquium (Saturday, Sunday and Monday evenings). Moreover, they will not have to pay the registration fee for the Congress of the European Accounting Association that will be held immediately after the Colloquium on March 22-24, 2006 (the latter is courtesy of the Congress organisers). Participants are expected to meet their own travel costs and accommodation expenses for the duration of the Congress (Tuesday through Friday).
Applications should be submitted as soon as possible and certainly no later than November 15, 2005.
Please note that the submission deadline is different from previous years !
Applications should be submitted online and must be accompanied by a one-page C.V., a maximum 3-page abstract of the doctoral research currently being undertaken, and a questionnaire to be filled in by the main thesis advisor. You must use this template to that end - download template. Students accepted for the Colloquium will be required to prepare a short paper for presentation at the meeting.
The submission deadline is over!
Both the sponsor KPMG and the organising Institutions, i.e. the European Accounting Association (EAA) and the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) attach considerable importance to the Doctoral Colloquium. Not only does it provide a way of stimulating sound doctoral research, but it also enhances the network of cross-national contacts between younger accounting researchers, and between researchers and practitioners.
|LIST OF SELECTED STUDENTS
Please click here to download the list of accepted students.
The Colloquium will take place at the Irish Management Institute, a purpose built management training facility, located in the south Dublin suburb of Dundrum.
Venue address :
IMI, Sandyford Road, Dublin 16, Ireland. Tel 353 1 2078400, Fax 353 1 2955150.
How to get to IMI :
A taxi from the airport to IMI could cost up to 30-40 Eur. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes depending on traffic. If you use the public transportation, here are some joining instructions :
Take the Aircoach (LEOPARDSTOWN / SANDYFORD ROUTE) -from Dublin Airport. Get off at the Sandyford Industrial Estate - opposite Woodies. From Sandyford, get the Luas (tram) back three stops to Balally. Once you reach Ballally, IMI is a ten minute walk up Sandyford road.
The 29th EAA Annual Congress in Dublin :
The Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association will be held on 22nd to 24th March 2006. The venue is the Quinn School of Business at University College Dublin's Belfield campus, 5km south of the city centre. The conference is being organised by the Department of Accountancy at UCD.
It is necessary for you to register online. In order to do so, please use the special link sent to you by email. This will allow you to register free of charge as this is a courtesy from the local organisers.
Please click HERE to download the programme.
Please click HERE to download the list of participants.
Ms. Marion Hebbelynck
EAA c/o EIASM - Place de Brouckère-plein 31 - 1000 Brussels - Belgium
Tel : +32 2 226 66 60 - Fax : +32 2 5121929
Email : email@example.com