CFP. First International Seminar of Accounting History, Siena, December 3-4, 2015
First International Seminar of Accounting History
December 3-4, 2015 University of Siena
Department of Business and Law
Piazza San Francesco no. 7, Siena, Italy
Call for Candidature
Moving from a successful experience dating back the nineties the Italian Society of Accounting History (SISR) is eager to launch the First International Seminars of Accounting History (ISAH). Siena and its historic heritage could represent the perfect background where to convene and host the First ISAH.
The main objective of our seminar is to offer to – the junior and senior, Italian and international – participants the opportunity to present and discuss their own research papers in Accounting History profiting of a valuable faculty composition and the attendance of valuable invited speakers.
The seminar program will be defined in order to offer a relevant opportunity to improve the quality of the papers presented and discussed. This is particularly convenient and oriented to address and reinforce the steps towards the forthcoming major event of the 14th World Congress of the Academy of Accounting Historians to be held in Pescara in 2016 (June 25-27). It is worthy to emphasize that the official journal of SISR, Contabilità e Cultura Aziendale – Accounting and Cultures, will support the ISAH and will be involved in it.
Each participant is asked to submit his/her candidature and a research paper in Accounting History not later than September 20, 2015.
The full paper submission (in word) – focusing on the full range of accounting history topics and written according to different methodological and theoretical perspectives – have to be sent to:
Authors will be notified on the paper acceptance not later then October 15, 2015.
Full paper submission: September 20, 2015
Paper acceptance notification: October 12, 2015
Participants’ registration: November 3, 2015
Conference Venue School of Economics and Management, Franco Romani Room (Ground Floor), Piazza San Francesco, no. 7, Siena
Nieves Carrera, IE Business School, Madrid, Spain
Delfina Gomes. University of Minho, Braga, Portugal
Yannick Lemarchand, University of Nantes, Nantes, France
Scientific Committee: Roberto Di Pietra, Luca Anselmi, Valerio Antonelli, Andrea Bellucci, Enrico Deidda, Davide Di Russo, Alessandro Lai, Claudio Lipari, Paola Orlandini, Antonella Paolini, Luisa Pulejo, Massimo Sargiacomo, Stefania Servalli.
Organizing Committee: Roberto Di Pietra, Massimo Sargiacomo, Rachele Baldi, Jonida Carungu