2022 Conference (virtual and in-person in Chicago)
March 23-25, 2022
CALL FOR PAPERS: 2022 Annual Conference
New Submissions: Faculty, students, and practitioners are invited to submit papers addressing any area of accounting for presentation at the 2022 North American Accounting Society (NAAS) Meeting. The deadline for submissions is Friday, January 7, 2022. Submissions in any research style are welcome, and may address any accounting topic, including, but not limited to: accounting history, accounting and technology, financial accounting, managerial accounting, auditing, forensic accounting, fraud examination, tax, governmental and nonprofit, accounting education, ethics, international accounting, information systems, public policy, artificial intelligence, pedagogy, social responsibility, diversity, and public interest.
Concurrent Session Presentations
Submissions for a concurrent session may consist of completed papers and detailed advanced abstracts. These submissions are peer-reviewed. Please include “Concurrent Session” in the cover page of your submission.
These presentations focus on papers in progress. The roundtable session gives authors an opportunity to receive constructive feedback and ideas for completing the paper from other conference participants. These submissions are peer-reviewed. Please include “Roundtable” in the cover page of your submission.
Submit proposals for a panel discussion on topics that would be of interest to conference participants. These submissions are peer-reviewed. Please include “Panel Presentation” in the cover page of your submission.
Research Poster Sessions
Submit proposals for a poster session (Time TBA). While poster authors are expected to meet with conference participants during that time, posters will remain visible throughout the day. Posters are ideal for student researchers, but all faculty are welcome to submit poster proposals. These submissions are peer-reviewed. Please include “Poster Session” in the cover page of your submission.
Please note that proposals for NAAS posters should not deal with accounting pedagogy or teaching cases. These can be submitted for consideration to the MBAA Interactive Teaching Poster Session. See the “MBAA Conference Details and Interactive Teaching Poster Session” section below for further information on pedagogy/teaching poster submissions to the MBAA.
Please prepare your submission as a Word document and email it to Steven Hanke,
at NAASProgramChair@gmail.com. Include “NAAS Submission” in the subject line. The deadline for submissions is Friday, January 7, 2022.
You must submit the following 2 documents as separate Word/PDF files:
1. Cover Page: Identify the type of submission (Concurrent, Roundtable, Panel, or Research Poster), title, author names, affiliations, contact information for each author, and a designated corresponding author for co-authored papers.
2. Abstract and Paper (no references to authors/affiliations in this document): If submitting for Concurrent Session, Roundtable, or Research Poster, this document should contain the title and brief abstract on the first page, followed by the paper/detailed advanced abstract itself. Detailed advanced abstracts will be considered for presentation in concurrent sessions if specified as a concurrent session submission on the cover page. If possible, authors should have the full paper available by the conference date. Only completed papers (not detailed abstract submissions) will be considered for the distinguished paper award. Roundtable presentations may take a variety of forms: for example, an abstract or partially completed paper. Please specify the issue/problem that you would like to discuss for the roundtable. If submitting for the Panel, this document should contain the suggested panel discussion title and panel proposal. The proposal should include a brief description of why this topic would be of interest to conference participants, and the names, affiliations, and contact information for proposed panelists or poster authors.
At least one author of an accepted submission must register for the NAAS meeting. Your presentation can be onsite or virtual.
Other Ways to Participate
We need your help. Please volunteer to participate as either a reviewer for conference submissions, or as a session chair, or as a discussant for roundtable sessions. To volunteer, please email Steven Hanke at NAASProgramChair@gmail.com and include “NAAS Volunteer” in the subject line.
MBAA Conference Details and Interactive Teaching Poster Session
The North American Accounting Society conference will be held in conjunction with the 57th MBAA International conference. Information about the overall conference, registration, placement services, and hotel registration will be available at http://www.mbaainternational.org. Note that this conference includes many informative sessions in several different business-related tracks including accounting.
In conjunction with the MBAA conference, we have an opportunity for submissions of poster session proposals related to teaching techniques and innovative teaching methods. This session is specifically meant to be of interest to colleagues across the business disciplines represented by MBAA. Accepted presenters are expected to interact throughout the poster session with interested colleagues. Note the poster sessions are not meant for commercial products or services; if commercial products are mentioned in your poster, please provide the name of the product and rationale for its use in your proposal description.
Please contact the NAAS 2022 program chair, Steven Hanke, at NAASProgramChair@gmail.com, or phone at 260.481.6468. Hope to see you in the Windy City or virtually!
How to Join NAAS
Article IV of the NAAS Constitution describes how to become a member of the Society:
ARTICLE IV – MEMBERSHIP 1. The membership shall consist of those persons who support the objectives of the organization and (A) pay the primary registration fee for the NAAS annual meeting or (B) If the annual registration fee is not paid and the annual meeting is not attended, pay $10 directly to the NAAS Treasurer. For those persons meeting requirement A or B, membership continues to the next registration. 2. The rights to vote, to initiate referenda, to initiate and sign petitions, and to hold office are reserved for members in good standing.