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The editors of Pacific Accounting Review (PAR) wish to bid farewell to Professor Glenn Boyle, University of Canterbury, from the team of editors and welcome Associate Professor Nhut (Nick) Hoang Nguyen, Massey University, as a new member of the team.
Glenn has been an editor from 2009 to 2015. He will continue to be involved in the editorial process as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board (EAB). He is a prominent researcher in the discipline of finance. As an editor, he was instrumental in identifying and selecting papers that contributed to all areas within the finance discipline. He has previously been a professor of finance at Otago University (1991-2004) and the executive director of the New Zealand Institute for the Study of Competition and Regulation (2004-2008). He has published in leading journals, such as Journal of Finance and Journal of Banking and Finance. We thank him for his many years of contribution to PAR. The journal will continue to benefit from his support as an EAB member.
Associate Professor Nick Nguyen has joined the team of editors from 1 January 2016. Nick has research interests in corporate governance, market microstructure and market liquidity. He has published in leading journals, such as Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Financial Markets, Journal of Banking and Finance and European Accounting Review. Please join us in welcoming Nick to the editorial team.
Further in the news is that Andrew Smith, the publisher of PAR, is temporarily moving to a new role within Emerald in their books programme. We thank Andrew for the support and guidance he has provided us as the publisher of PAR. Laura Bradford is taking over as the publisher of PAR for the first part of 2016. Laura recently joined Emerald from Taylor and Francis. She has over seven years of journal publishing experience. We welcome Laura to the team. Chris Brennan will remain as the content editor of PAR. We thank him for his continued support.
Finally, PAR has recently advertised calls for papers for four special issues. The themes and deadlines for these special issues are:
Performance Measurement – Beyond Best Practice: Tools for Tomorrow’s Organisation, Deadline: 29 February 2016.
Corporate Finance and Governance in China, Deadline: 30 April 2016.
Government and Municipality Accountability, Deadline: 30 November 2016.
Third Vietnam International Conference in Finance (VICIF-2016), Deadline: 20 March 2016.
The details of these calls are available from the PAR website www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/journals.htm?id=par
We wish our PAR authors, reviewers, readers and editorial board members a happy, healthy and productive 2016. We look forward to your contributions to PAR in the new year.