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The Fourth Accounting History International Conference
University of Minho, Braga, Portugal 7-9 September 2005
Accounting History is the journal of the Accounting History Special Interest Group of the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand. The conference will feature papers which comply with the editorial policy of Accounting History. The journal publishes quality historical papers that may be concerned with the establishment and development of accounting bodies, conventions, ideas, practices and rules. They should attempt to identify the individuals and the local, time-specific environmental factors which affected accounting, and should endeavour to assess accounting's impact on organisational and social functioning.
Conference papers will be accepted across a wide range of topics, using a variety of approaches including biography, prosopography, business history through accounting records, institutional history, public sector accounting history, comparative international accounting history and oral history. The use of theoretical perspectives drawn from relevant disciplines such as sociology, economics and political theory is encouraged in conducting investigative, explanatory studies of accounting's past.
As part of the fourth Accounting History International Conference, the Accounting History Doctoral Colloquium will be held on 7 September 2005.
Submission and review of papers
Papers written in the English language should be submitted electronically, by 31 May 2005, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All papers will be subjected to a double-blind refereeing process and will be published on the conference Web site, as refereed conference proceedings, unless otherwise advised.
Notification of acceptance
Notification of papers accepted for inclusion in the conference program will be made by 30 June 2005.
Conference information will be available through the Conference Web site at: www.eeg.uminho.pt/4AHIC