2023 IASB Research Forum – Call for academic research papers
Help the AcSB inform the development of IFRS® Standards by submitting academic papers for the IASB Research Forum being held in conjunction with Accounting in Europe and European Accounting Review. Topics of interest include recognition, measurement and disclosure of internally generated assets and new types of intangibles, sustainability reporting, pollutant pricing mechanisms and cryptocurrencies. Submit papers through the online submission system by March 31, 2023.
Special issue on public sector accounting – Call for academic research papers
Share your Canadian perspective by submitting papers to the Financial Accountability & Management in Governments, Public Services and Charities journal. Research of interest will encourage discussion about “publicness,” “localised-led development,” and the implication of accounting choices and practices within the economy and society. Submit papers by August 31, 2022.
2022 IASB, FASB and Accounting Review joint conference – Call for academic research papers
Support the FASB and IASB post-implementation reviews of standards on revenue recognition (Topic 606 or IFRS 15), leases (Topic 842 and IFRS 16) and financial instruments (Topic 326 and IFRS 9) by assessing whether the standards accomplished their objectives, benefit users and resulted in any unexpected costs and consequences. Submit papers through the journal’s homepage by May 15, 2022.
Blockchain and Cryptoassets – Insights from Practice
Linda Mezon, AcSB Chair, and Ken Charbonneau, AASB Chair, and other leaders from Canadian practice, share their insights on how they are getting involved to support business and protect the public interest in a blockchain-enabled world. These leaders share the challenges and opportunities they see, and the role accountants can play, including how educators and researchers can help. Read their insights in the CAAA’s journal Accounting Perspectives’ special issue on Blockchain and Cryptoassets, Vol.19, Issue 4.