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  • Gia M Chevis
    Nominate an Outstanding International Accounting...
    blog entry last edited January 15, 2014 by Jason Kerwin, tagged international, research in The Forum--The Blog of the International Section public

    Call for Nominations

    2014 Outstanding International Accounting Dissertation Award

    The International Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association invites submissions for its Outstanding International Accounting Dissertation Award, to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Accounting Association in Atlanta, GA, during August 2014.

    All doctoral dissertations successfully defended during the 2013 calendar year in all areas of international accounting - including topics in financial, managerial, auditing, taxation, and information systems - are eligible for this award. Eligible individuals should submit via e-mail the following materials no later than (and preferably earlier than) February 28, 2014:

    1. Summary of their dissertation not exceeding 20 pages including tables, or a working paper based on their dissertation, and
    2. A letter of support from their dissertation committee chairperson.

    Upon reviewing these initial submission materials, the Outstanding Dissertation Award Committee will select finalists for the award. Finalists will be requested to submit copies of the complete dissertation to the committee.

    Please note that the committee will be grateful to receive suggestions from section members for suitable candidates for this award. Thus, we would be very happy if you could ensure that all faculty and PhD students at your school are aware of the award.

    Please send submissions via email to:

    Sudipta Basu
    Fox School of Business
    Temple University
    Sudipta.Basu@temple.edu

    The DEADLINE for nominations is February 28, 2014.

    Winners of the Outstanding International Accounting Dissertation Award to date are:

    1984 Trevor J. Harris, University of Washington
    1985 (none awarded)
    1986 Betty C. Brown, University of Louisville
    1987 Shahrokh M. Saudagaran, University of Washington
    1988 David Sharp, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    1989 Teresa L. Conover, University of North Texas
    1990 F. Norman Shiue, George Washington University
    1991 Ajay Adhikari, Virginia Commonwealth University
    1992 Stephen B. Salter, University of South Carolina
    1993 Patricia McQueen, New York University
    1994 Keith R. Duncan, Bond University
    1995 Mary A. Flanigan, Virginia Commonwealth University
    1996 Wayne Thomas, Oklahoma State University
    1997 Paquita Y. Davis-Friday, University of Michigan
    1998 Karl Albert Muller III, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
    1999 Jan Marton, Göteborg University
    2000 Tracy Manly, University of Arkansas
    2001 Takashi Yaekura, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
    2002 Ole-Kristian Hope, Northwestern University
    2003 Thomas A. Matthews, University of Waterloo
    2004 Steven Francis Orpurt, University of Chicago
    2005 Christopher Hodgdon, Virginia Commonwealth University
    2006 Etty Retno Wulandari, Nanyang Business School
    2007 Annelies Renders, Katholieke Universiteit
    2008 Devan Mescall, University of Waterloo
    2009 Hans Christensen, University of Manchester
    2010 Lijie Yao, Tsinghua University
    2011 Gwen Yu, University of Michigan
    2012 Clare Wang, University of Pennsylvania
    2013 Roger Silvers, University of Massachusetts Amherst

  • Roger S Debreceny
    Editing the Journal of Information Systems
    blog entry posted December 30, 2013 by Roger S Debreceny, tagged research in JIS Senior Editors' Blog public

    Commencing editing the Journal of Information Systems.

    The 1st of January marks the commencement of our three-year term as the Senior Editors of the Journal of Information Systems. We have been working since June, however, putting together the many administrative and design features that go into making the journal a success. Most importantly, we have worked to build a great team of editors and members of the editorial board. Details of the eight editors and the editorial board are at www.jisonline.com.

    There are many other aspects of the administration of JIS that we have worked on but have much yet to do. This includes outreach, branding, environmental scanning and improving rankings for JIS. As we work more on these issues, expect to see more from this blog as well as our Twitter feed (@jiseditors), LinkedIn and Facebook.

     

    Mary Curtis
    Roger Debreceny
    Senior Editors, Journal of Information Systems
    jis-editors@aaahq.org

  • Gia M Chevis
    Call for papers: Special Issue on Information Security
    blog entry posted December 17, 2013 by Gia M Chevis, tagged research in The Forum--The Blog of the International Section public

    Call for Papers

    Theme Issue of the Journal of Information Systems

    Information Security: Implications for Accounting Information Producers, Assurers and Users

     

    In Fall 2015, the Journal of Information Systems (JIS), the journal of the Accounting Information Systems Section of the American Accounting Association, will publish a theme issue entitled: “Information Security: Implications for Accounting Information Producers, Assurers and Users.” This theme issue of JIS seeks high quality, theory based original research to examine security issues as they relate to accounting and AIS. Submissions are encouraged from a broad range of topics, including, but not limited to:

     

    ·         Access Control, Authentication and Authorization

    ·         Audit and IS Security

    ·         Best Practice, Models and Frameworks

    ·         Data and System Integrity

    ·         Disclosure of Information Security Exposures

    ·         Financial Consequences of Information Security

    ·         IT/IS Governance

    ·         Information Privacy

    ·         Internal Control Design, Assurance and Monitoring

    ·         Metrics for Assessing Information Security

    ·         Risk Evaluation and Security Certification

    ·         Security for Mobile and Cloud Computing

    ·         Strategy and Information Security

     

    All research methods are welcome, including behavioral, case study, design science, experimental, empirical and archival. Submissions should conform to the guidelines for regular submissions at www.jisonline.com. Submissions are due by October 15, 2014. Earlier submission is encouraged, and we will require that you conform to a fairly tight time frame in resubmissions. Please clearly state that your submission is for consideration for publication in the theme issue to be published in Fall 2015. If you have any questions, please contact the co-editors of the theme issue: Akhilesh Chandra, Professor of Accounting and Director of the Institute for Global Business, The University of Akron (email: ac10@uakron.edu) and Carlin Dowling, Associate Professor, The University of Melbourne (email: carlin@unimelb.edu.au) or to the JIS editorial office at jis-editors@aaahq.org.

     

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  • Gia M Chevis
    Call for papers: A New World of Information Technology...
    blog entry posted December 17, 2013 by Gia M Chevis, tagged international, research in The Forum--The Blog of the International Section public

    Call for Research Proposals and Papers
    JISC2015-1st Journal of Information Systems

    Research Conference
    A New World of Information Technology Auditing
    New York City, NY-March 2015
    Sponsored by the AICPA and CaseWare-IDEA

     

    The Journal of Information Systems (JIS) will hold the 1st JIS Research Conference (JISC2015) at the offices of the AICPA in New York City, NY on March 26 & 27, 2015. JIS is the research journal of the Accounting Information Systems (AIS) section of the American Accounting Association.

    Sponsors

    Sponsors of JISC2015 are the AICPA and CaseWare-IDEA Inc.

    Conference Design and Theme

    The design of JISC2015 is to provide an opportunity for intense discussion between academics and professionals on research in a targeted area of concern to the broad AIS community. The conference will involve research presentations, round-table discussions, and a keynote presentation; attendance at the conference will be limited to those on the program. Each research paper presentation will have an academic and a professional commentator. Papers presented at JISC2015 will appear in a theme issue of JIS, edited by Dr. Diane Janvrin of Iowa State University and Dr. David Wood of Brigham Young University.

    The focus of JISC2015 is on Information Technology auditing. Given the increasing importance of technology in all aspects of business and government, IT auditing has become a vital part of internal and external audit. Papers on all aspects of Information Technology auditing are welcome. All research methodologies are welcome, including experimental, qualitative, field study, analytical, behavioral, archival, design science, and empirical.

    Paper submission

    Final papers should follow the JIS editorial policy and be submitted to JIS using the AAA’s manuscript management system. Full details are available at www.jisonline.com. Papers accepted to JISC2015 also receive a conditional acceptance to JIS. Research teams are expected to improve their papers following the guidance from the academic and professional reviewers and from interaction at the conference. Papers not accepted for the conference may continue to receive editorial review by JIS.

    Financial Support

    One author from each accepted paper will receive funding to help defray travel costs to attend the conference (e.g., plane tickets, hotel, etc.). Authors from the USA, Mexico, and Canada will receive $1,000. Authors from other countries will receive $1,500.

    Deadlines

    The deadlines for JISC15 are:

    ●        December 15, 2014: Research papers due.

    ●        March 26 & 27, 2015: JISC2015

    Additional information

    The full call for papers is at aaahq.org/calls/JISC2015_call.cfm. Queries can be addressed to jis-editors@aaahq.org.

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  • Richard E Lillie
    Which Way Higher Education?
    blog entry last edited December 25, 2012 by Richard E Lillie, tagged research in Teaching with Technology > TwT public

    This weekend, I participated in the AAA Council meeting held at the Anaheim Hilton Hotel in Anaheim, California.  The meeting opened with a talk by Lloyd Armstrong titled Which Way Higher Education?  In preparation for Armstrong's presentation, we were asked to read the article College is Dead.  Long Live College!

    Armstrong explored the traditional college/university business model and described "big forces" causing the business model to change.  Below is a concept diagram summarizing key points from Armstrong's talk.  It was interesting to hear his comments about the growth and impact of online learning for all aspects of university-level education.  Armstrong briefly described recent events such as a consortium of universities agreeing to offer courses online that could be taken for credit by students at other universities.

    Times are rapidly changing.  Armstrong's question to us was whether accounting (and university) education will be prepared for the change.

    Rick Lillie (CSU San Bernardino)

     

     

  • Richard E Lillie
    12 Tech Innovators -- Who are Transforming Campuses6
    blog entry posted July 26, 2012 by Richard E Lillie, tagged research, teaching, technology, technology tools in Teaching with Technology > TwT public

    The Chronicle of Higher Education has published its first e-book titled Rebooting the Academy:  12 Tech Innovators Who Are Transforming Campuses.  The book is available through Amazon.com in Kindle format.

    Bob Jensen commented about the book in an AECM posting this morning.  Rather than purchasing the e-book at this point, I decided to learn something about the work of each innovator.  I discovered that the name of each innovator on the Chronicle web page is an active hyperlink to a support web page describing the innovator and his(her) work.

    Click the image below to access the "Technology" page (Thursday, July 26, 2012) in the Chronicle of Higher Education.  Click the name of an innovator to find out about the person's work.  Also, peruse the feedback comments at the bottom of the Chronicle web page.  The comments are quite good.

    If an innovator's stories tweaks your interest, you may want to search deeper for articles about the innovator's work. Alternatively, you may decide it's time to purchase the Kindle e-book.

    Enjoy!

    Rick Lillie (Cal State, San Bernardino)

     

     

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  • Richard E Lillie
    Podcast: The Google Generation -- Myth or Reality?1
    blog entry last edited September 17, 2010 by Richard E Lillie, tagged research in Teaching with Technology > TwT public

    JISC is an advisory committee to higher education in the UK.  Periodically, JISC issues research reports about higher education.  Click the icon below to access one of JISC's latest reports dealing with "The Google Generation."

    We have all heard about "Millennial" students and how tech savvy they are supposed to be.  From my experience, I am not at all certain that what we hear is true.  I find that Millennial (Google Generation) students have the fastest thumbs in the west and can answer a cell phone call at the speed of light.  Beyond this, their technology related skills, from an academic perspective, seem quite limited.

    This JISC podcast talks about characteristics of Millennial (Google Generation) students.  It runs about 22 minutes.  Click the icon below to access the JISC website.  Click the start button (>) to listen to the podcast.

    Enjoy.

    Rick Lillie (CalState San Bernardino)

    Podcast icon

    Link to related articleGoogle Generation is a myth, says new research (JISC)

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  • Edith Orenstein
    MTV Meets Accounting (FEI Blog's "Hey There Bob...1
    blog entry last edited February 10, 2012 by Edith Orenstein, tagged research, teaching in Edith Orenstein's Member Blog public

    Has complexity in accounting and financial reporting gotten better or worse, since the issuance 3 years ago (8/1/08) of the report and recommendations of the SEC Advisory Committee on Improvements to Financial Reporting (aka CIFIR or the Pozen Committee, for its chairman, Bob Pozen)? How does this impact teaching and students' (and potential PhD candidates) career choices? Watch the FEI Blog's music video - tribute to the Pozen Committee, 'Hey There Bob Pozen,' http://youtu.be/ssncwl3DAJc; read more in the related FEI Blog post: http://bit.ly/nYP409

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  • Richard E Lillie
    Personal Research Database -- Created with Zoho Creator
    blog entry posted July 4, 2010 by Richard E Lillie, tagged research in Teaching with Technology > TwT public

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