First International Accounting Education Conference in Russia supported by
the Journal of Accounting Education (Elseiver)
The experienced researchers, early stage researchers and academics with an interest in pedagogical issues in accounting and finance are warmly invited to join us for the 2019 conference.
This conerence is organised by Financial University under the Government of Russian Federation (Moscow, Russia) and is supported by the Journal of Accounting Education Special Issue (Elsiever):
Doctor of Economics, Professor, Chair of the Accounting and Analysis Department, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, member of Financial University Academic Council, member of the Executive Body at the Audit Council under the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation; chartered auditor
Margarita Melnik - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Accounting and Analysis Department, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
Alexander Petrov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Deputy Head of the Accounting and Analysis Department, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
Vladimir Barilenko - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Accounting and Analysis Department, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
Olga Efimova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, member of Russian Council for International Financial Reporting Standards
Vyacheslav Sokolov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Partner of PwC Russia, Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics, Russia
Mikhail Kuter - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Department of Accounting, Russia
Anna Vysotskaya - Associated Professor, Faculty of Economics, Southern Federal University, Russia
Natalie Tatiana Churyk - Professor, Northern Illinois University, USA, Editor-in-chief “Journal of Accounting Education” (Elsevier)
Alan Sangster - Professor, Sussex University, UK, Editor-in-chief “Accounting Education” (Routledge)
Gregory Neil Stoner - Associate Professor, Scotland, Vice-Editor “Accounting Education” (Routledge)
Berend van der Kolk – Professor, IE Business School, IE University, Spain
Journal of Accounting Education
Anna Vysotskaya (Southern Federal University, Russia)
Berend van der Kolk (IE Business School, IE University, Spain)
A refereed journal dedicated to promoting and publishing research on accounting education issues and to improving the quality of accounting education worldwide: www.journals.elsevier.com/journal-of-accounting-education
A setting for discussions of research into innovations in accounting education amongst a range of other topics in the area of accounting and finance education
A forum for presenting emerging and full papers
Workshops at which researchers can develop ideas for research projects or discuss current work and ideas
Opportunities for accounting educators to identify partners (or institutions) for collaborative research
Preliminary Program and Keynotes
Monday, 27 May:
09.00 - 10.00 - Welcome Notes
10.00-14.00 - Keynote Speeches
14.00 - 17.00 - Parallel Sessions
Tuesday, 28 May:
10.00-15.00 - Parallel Sessions, Emerging Research Forum
Submission Instructions and Deadlines:
5 March 2019 - Paper pre-submission deadline
20 March 2019 - Notification of acceptance for the conference
01 April 2019 - Deadline for early registration
15 April 2019 - Deadline for registration of conference participants
Papers may be either full or emerging ideas papers.
Notification of acceptance of emerging papers will be issued within ten working days of receipt. Authors of emerging papers are not required to submit any further drafts of their paper to the conference organiser.
Authors of full papers in order to be considered for the Journal of Accounting Education Special Issue are required to make a submission of the final version of their paper no later than 01 November 2019 to the conference organiser.
May, 27 10:00
Dr. Natalie Tatiana Churyk
Natalie T. Churyk, Ph.D., CPA is the William F. Doyle Endowed Professor of Accountancy at Northern Illinois University (NIU) and the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Accounting Education. She joined NIU in 2001 after her doctoral studies and now teaches mostly in NIU’s M.A.S. program. She developed and delivered continuing professional education in NIU’s CPA Review program until its closure in 2015. Significant service includes: editorial review board member of the Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting; Council representative fo the AAA Midwest Region (2016-present); President, AAA TLC (2016- 2018; Vice-President, AAA TLC 2014-2016; Past President of the AAA Midwest Region (prior acting President and Vice president); Treasurer of AAA TLC (2009 – 2013); Chair/Co-Chair – the TLC, FIA, and Midwest sections/region Membership Acquisition and Retention committees over the periods 2008-2012; and various other committee member appointments such as the AAA National Membership Committee (2011-2014 ) and AAA Regions Strategic Task Force (now known as Strategic Leader Region Committee) (2012 –present).
Her research contributes to topics in financial reporting, fraud/ethics and education. She has over 100 conference presentations and has amassed over 45 publications in professional and academic journals such as Journal of Business Research, Issues in Accounting Education, Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, Journal of Accounting Education, Strategic Finance, CPA Journal, Journal of Accountancy, Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting and Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research. She is a co-author on three textbooks, Accounting and Auditing Research: Tools and Strategies, Mastering the FASB’s Codification and eIFRS: A Case Approach and Accounting & Auditing Research and Databases: Practitioner’s Desk Reference and past contributor (2012 - 2016) to Wiley CPA Exam Review: Financial Accounting and Reporting.
May, 27 at 11:00
Dr. Alan Sangster
Professor of Accounting, University of Aberdeen
Main research interests:
Accounting History, in particular accounting in late-Medieval and Renaissance Italian business practice and business education (c.1200-1700).
Business History: breweries, family businesses, and entrepreneurship.
Accounting Education: teaching, leaning, assessment, and faculty.
May, 27 at 12:00
Dr. Gregory Neil Stoner
Greg has a PhD in accounting history and education from the University of Glasgow and is a Senior Lecturer in accounting and information systems, with primary research interests in the history of accounting, accounting education and the impact and utilisation of information systems (and IT) in accounting practice and higher education.
Greg is currently Senior Associate Editor for Accounting Education (previously Accounting Education: an international journal), is on the editorial board of Accounting and Business Research, and was Associate Editor of Issues in Accounting Education (one of the three primary publications of the American Accounting Association) from 2010 to 2012.
Greg has a long established involvement in the use of and research into the use of information technology in education. This resulted in a spell on secondment to the Learning Technology Dissemination Initiative in the mid 1990s; a major nationally funded project that was at the forefront of this area of development in Scotland at the time. Greg is a “Key Contact" with the Business, Management, Accounting and Finance Centre of the Higher Education Academy, having had similar roles with the earlier national centres for accounting and business education.
Greg’s broad experience of teaching and research has been accompanied by a wide range of administrative functions including convenor of taught postgraduate accounting programmes, professional accreditation, student international mobility (study abroad and Erasmus), external engagement, responsibility for the development and maintenance of the website for Accounting & Finance, and VLEs (virtual learning environments), admissions, and publicity. Greg is currently Treasurer and on the Executive Board of the British Accounting & Finance Association's Accounting Education Special Interest Group and co-chair of the American Accounting Association's International Member Outreach Committee. Greg was also Member of the QAA (The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education) Benchmarking Review Group for Accounting & Finance (2014-2016).