4th GCAA Summit 2022: The Role of Legal, Political, and Regulatory Institutions in Influencing Accounting and Financial Outcomes

Organizer: 
Global Chinese Accounting Association (GCAA) and School of Accounting, Economics and Finance at Curtin University
Dates: 
November 28, 2022 to November 29, 2022
Location: 
Perth, Australia
Event Language: 
English
Submission deadline: 
September 1, 2022

The Global Chinese Accounting Association (GCAA) and School of Accounting, Economics and Finance at Curtin University are proud to present the Global Chinese Accounting Association (GCAA) Summit 2022 in Perth, Australia, November 28-29, 2022. The theme of the conference is the role of legal, political, and regulatory institutions in influencing accounting and financial outcomes. The aim of this Summit is to bring together accounting/finance academics to offer them incredible opportunities to collaborate with editors from world recognised journal, British Accounting Review leading to a special issue for the journal. This Summit will be a fantastic opportunity for networking and developing collaborative links. We welcome academics and practitioners engaged in the above research and practice to attend this Summit.

Conference Organisers: Global Chinese Accounting Association (GCAA)
School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Curtin University
Supporters: Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
Institute of Management Accountants (IMA)

Additional Information

Introduction to the British Accounting Review
The British Accounting Review is a well-established international journal that publishes original scholarly papers across the whole spectrum of accounting and finance (http://ees.elsevier.com/bar/). The BAR’s 2020 CiteScore (7) and Impact Factor (5.577) rank BAR top 2 and 3 respectively among accounting journals as well as 7 in accounting and finance. It’s rated A* in ABDC Journal Quality Guide. For further information about the journal, please visit its website by following this weblink:
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/the-british-accounting-review/

Call for papers
Authors are invited to share their research findings on issues relevant to the theme of this special issue. Both theoretical and empirical papers are welcome in this special issue, including but not limited to the following topics:
• Legal: Money laundering, whistleblowing, insider trading, tax avoidance, environmental, social, and governance, mixed-
ownership reform, impact of new legislative change
• Political: Political connections and Political ideology
• Regulatory: New or changed accounting standards implementation, financial regulation and market competition,
financial stability and reform

Guest editors:
Douglas Cumming, Editor-in-Chief, British Journal of Management, Florida Atlantic University, USA
Professor Jing Shi, Deputy Editor-in-Chief for Accounting and Finance, Macquarie University, Australia
Professor Donghui Li, Director, Research Center of Accounting and Finance, Shenzhen University, China
Professor Grantley Taylor, Discipline Lead-accounting, School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Curtin University, Australia

 
Paper selection process and the Special Issue
The selection process will involve two stages. In the first stage, participants are invited to submit their full completed papers to the conference organizer before the deadline as indicated in the invitation. The conference committee will evaluate all submissions. In the second stage, authors of short-listed papers will be invited to present their papers at the conference. After the conference and revision that accommodates the feedback received from the conference, the authors of short-listed papers will be invited to submit their papers to the British Accounting Review here: https://www.editorialmanager.com/ybare/default1.aspx. These submissions will then go through the journal’s review process.

There is no guarantee that papers presented at the conference will be accepted by the journal for publication. In addition, the special issue also considers papers not presented at this conference for publication in that issue.

Important dates:
Conference Submission Deadline: 1 September, 2022
Decision Notification: 15 October, 2022
Registration Deadline: 1 November, 2022
Conference: 28-29 November, 2022
Special Issue Submission Deadline: 1 March, 2023

On-site registration is not available. The details of registration will be provided in due course.

 
Number of attendees:
The number of participants at the conference will be limited to 100.

Presentation:
All submissions will be reviewed by two academics or professionals from the conference committee. Each presentation will run 30 minutes including 15 minutes for presentation, 10 minutes for discussion, and 5 minutes for questions and feedback.

Best paper award:
Best papers awards will be given to the authors of the two best papers which will be selected by the organizing committee.

Conference paper submission contacts:
Contact person: Dr Taipei Luo
Email: tianpei.luo@curtin.edu.au

We look forward to seeing you at the conference.