Henk ter Bogt (Groningen)
Henk ter Bogt (Groningen)
Geert Hofstede, Emeritus Professor, Maastricht University
A selection of papers will be published in a special issue of Financial Accountability & Management based on the conference theme. All contributors will be asked if they wish their paper to be considered for this special issue. These papers will go through a standard double-blind review process. The special issue is edited by Henk ter Bogt, Tjerk Budding, Tom Groot and Jan van Helden.
The winner of the 'JUNE PALLOT PRIZE' for the Best Conference Paper will be presented with an engraved quaich
A QUAICH is a special kind of shallow two-handled drinking cup/bowl in Scotland.
The overall theme of the conference is Innovations and New Developments in Public Sector Management and Accounting. In addition, we are particularly interested in receiving extended abstracts, or preferably, completed papers on the following topics with regard to public sector and non-profit organizations (such as Governmental, Health and Educational organizations):
Submission of papers/complete abstracts (including research proposals young scholars program) :
Young scholars are invited to submit a research proposal (including a literature review, research questions and research design). The authors of the selected research proposals participate in the conference by having a round table discussion of about 30 minutes with two senior researchers and one colleague-young author in order to receive fruitful suggestions for improving their paper.
The submission deadline is over.
You can book directly via http://www.bilderberg.nl/uk/actionrates/EIASM2008/?arc=eiasm2008
More information is available via www.bilderberg.nl/uk/hotels/janluyken/
Eden Rembrandt Square Hotel
At this conference, we offer an accompanying persons program that comprises the social events for the congress participants as well as some tourist tours in and around Amsterdam. In collaboration with a local tour organizer, Lindbergh, we have selected three activities. You can register for the tours in Amsterdam by contacting Lindbergh (please mention EIASM Amsterdam). For the other social events (welcome reception and dinner), you have to contact the congress secretariat.
The conference will be held in the premises of the VU University Amsterdam.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Free University)
De Boelelaan 1105
MAIN BUILDING, 1081 HV Amsterdam
To download a general map of Amsterdam, please click HERE
The workshop will start around 13H30 on September 3 and will end around 17H00 on September 5.
HOW TO GET TO ‘VU Campus’, Amsterdam:
From the direction of Utrecht/Amersfoort: take the ‘Ringweg A10’ – direction Den Haag. Exit Amstelveen (S 108), at the traffic light go to the left – direction Amstelveen-VU Hospital. **At the traffic light at the VU Hospital go to the left, now you are on De Boelelaan, drive on to the University building, you have to park your car on the parking lot and pay!
From the direction of Den Haag: Exit Amsterdam/Amstelveen (S108), at traffic light go to the left, direction Amstelveen-VU Hospital. See above **.
By public transport
You can buy tickets for the train at the ticket vending machines in the railway stations. You need to pay cash (only coins) or by cash card. If you buy a ticket at a service desk, you pay service costs of EUR 0,50. For the trams, metros and busses we advice you have to buy a multi-journey ticket (strippenkaart) as this is cheaper than buying tickets in the ticket machines or from the driver. You can buy the multi-journey tickets at the coffee shops (‘Kiosk’) in the railway stations and at Schiphol.
From the railway stations
You can reach the VU Campus via two (international) railway stations. From railway station Amsterdam Zuid (Amsterdam South) you can take Metro 51 – direction Amstelveen or tram 5- direction Amstelveen. You get off at the next stop (VU). You need a one zone ticket (2 strips). It is also just a ten minutes walk from this station to the VU Campus. From railway station Amsterdam Centraal ( the Central Station) you can take Metro 51 – direction Amstelveen – and get off at the VU-campus (CS-VU = 30 min).
From the city center/recommended hotels
Tram 5 goes from the railway station Amsterdam Centraal to the VU through the centre of town = 45 min. This tram is convenient for visitors staying in hotel Bilderberg Jan Luycken. Metro 51 is most convenient for visitors staying in the Best Western and Ibis Stopera hotels. For both transports you need a two zones ticket (3 strips).
From the airport
If you come by train from Schiphol Airport, you get off at Amsterdam Zuid railway station. You can take the tram 51 or 5 (direction Amstelveen) for one stop – they both stop at this station – or you can walk to the Campus (10 min). You need a one zone ticket, two strips. The railway ticket from the airport to Amsterdam Zuid is just EUR 2,60. We also advice you to travel to the recommended hotels via this railway station as this is the most convenient option.
You can always call the secretarial office: 020-598 9840/020- 598 9865
SOCIAL PROGRAM :
On Wednesday September 3rd, a welcome reception will be offered at the Stopera, Music Theater and city hall of the municipality of Amsterdam.
On Thursday September 4th, a dinner will be held in the council chamber of hotel The Grand. This historic room has been the meeting hall for the city council from 1808 until 1988.
FEE :Fees will be posted shortly
Cancellations made before August 15, 2008 will be reimbursed minus 20% of the total fee. No reimbursement will be possible after that date.
Payments should be made by :
ADMINISTRATIONMs. Cristina Setyar - EIASM Conference Manager
EIASM - PLACE DE BROUCKÈRE-PLEIN - 31 - 1000 BRUSSELS - BELGIUM
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