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APIRA 2007 Auckland: Fifth Asian Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting Conference
Auckland 8-10 July 2007
APIRA 2007 Emerging Scholars’ Colloquium (6-7 July 2007)
Organised in association with: Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal
The triennial APIRA Conference now moves to the “City of Sails” Auckland, following on from its predecessors in Sydney (1995), Osaka (1998), Adelaide (2001) and Singapore (2004). APIRA is the premier interdisciplinary accounting research conference in the Asia-Pacific region, rotating in a three-year cycle with the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference (IPA 2006, Cardiff, UK) and the Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference (CPA 2005, New York, USA). Together, these conferences provide an international forum and showcase for research on the social, political, and institutional aspects of accounting theory and practice.
Professor Chris Humphrey (University of Manchester);
Professor David Otley (Lancaster University);
Professor David Owen (University of Nottingham);
Professor Prem Sikka (University of Essex); and
Professor Stephen Walker (Cardiff University).
Singapore APIRA 2004 boasted over 250 registrants attending 190 paper presentations, and 55 emerging scholars mentored by 14 professorial faculties from around the world. Auckland APIRA 2007 will build further on this record.
Reserve APIRA 2007 in your forward planning diary now!
Deadline for electronic submission of papers (only full papers considered for refereeing) is 31 January 2007 to email@example.com.
For full conference and colloquium details, access the APIRA 2007 web site now! www.bsec.canterbury.ac.nz/apira2007/
Conference Organising Committee
Professor Markus J. Milne, University of Canterbury;
Professor Lee Parker, University of Adelaide;
Professor James Guthrie, University of Sydney;
Professor Deryl Northcott, Auckland University of Technology;
Professor Keith Hooper, Auckland University of Technology;
Professor Kate Kearins, Auckland University of Technology;
Professor Stewart Lawrence, University of Waikato; and
Professor Judy Brown, Victoria University of Wellington
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