Announcement and Call for Papers
We are pleased to announce the ninth International Symposium on Accounting Information Systems (ISAIS) commencing in the morning of Thursday June 27, followed by a half day on Friday June 28. ISAIS is rotated annually between the University of Melbourne (Australia), Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and Michigan State University (USA).
The objective of ISAIS is to provide a global forum for Accounting Information Systems (AIS) researchers to discuss and critique leading edge research in the field. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: AIS and internal controls, AIS development, Big Data in accounting and assurance, Blockchain, business analytics, business intelligence, business process modeling, continuous auditing and reporting, decision aids, ERP systems, strategic information systems and XBRL.
ISAIS is particularly interested in interdisciplinary papers that address accounting questions drawing from accounting, psychology, cognitive science, behavioral science, economics, computer science, and/or information technology. High-quality, insightful, and theoretically sound studies of any type (action research, archival analysis, behavioral/experimental, design science, surveys, theory development, etc.) are encouraged.
The 2019 Symposium will tentatively include a keynote address, research presentations and one or more panel sessions. The emphasis will be on a high level of interaction, discussion and debate in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. There will be an award for the Best Paper.
Consistent with the objective of the Symposium to provide opportunities for interaction and debate on leading AIS research with both academics and practitioners, both early papers and papers closer to publication are welcome. We encourage doctoral students and junior researchers to submit their research.
All submitted work must however be submitted in the format of a completed paper, and represent original work that has not already been published or accepted for publication in a journal. At least one author for every accepted paper must register for the Symposium and be prepared to present their ideas in person. At the option of the authors, papers can also be considered for publication in the International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (IJAIS).
Paper Submission Deadline is April 15, 2019.
Earlier submissions are encouraged.
ISAIS (Symposium Only) Submissions
ISAIS and IJAIS (Dual Consideration) Submissions
At the authors’ prerogative, submitted papers can also be considered for publication in the International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (IJAIS). These papers should constitute original research that is not currently being considered for publication or has not been previously published elsewhere. For concurrent consideration at both the ISAIS symposium and IJAIS, authors should submit their manuscripts using the Elsevier online submission system and email your complete manuscript to both Severin Grabski at firstname.lastname@example.org and Greg Gerard at email@example.com.
Please clearly specify in your cover letters to IJAIS and ISAIS that your submission is a dual submission and is intended for presentation at ISAIS 2019.
Key Dates and Conference Fee
- Submission deadline: April 15, 2019
- Notification of decision: May 15, 2019
- Early registration fee (before May 1): $300
- Late registration fee (May 1 and on): $350
The Symposium will be held at the Henry Center for Executive Development, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, USA. You can book your hotel reservations at the Candlewood Suites East Lansing (candlewoodsuites.com; 1-888-candlewood) which is attached to the Henry Center.
To reserve a room, you will need to call Candlewood Suites and provide the Room Block Code which is ISC. The anticipated cost is as shown below:
- Studio Suite: $95 per night
- 1-Bedroom Suite: $135 per night
Booking Deadline is 27 May 2019.
Changes in arrival date must be made by 4:00 p.m., 24-hours before arrival date, by calling the hotel directly at (517) 351-8181 or a charge of one night’s lodging plus applicable tax will apply to the credit card on file. Additionally, a change affecting the length of stay requires an advance notice of 48-hours. Credit cards that Candlewood Suites can accept at this time are American Express, Diners Club, Discover Card, MasterCard, and VISA. Lodging requests made after the cut-off date will be confirmed on a space and rate available basis.
The maximum number of people allowed in a studio suite is 2 at any time. The maximum number of people allowed in a one-bedroom suite is 4 at any time.
- Severin Grabski (Michigan State University, USA)
- Greg Gerard (Florida State University, USA)
- Michael Davern (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
- Dennis Fehrenbacher (Monash University, Australia)
- Severin Grabski (Michigan State University)
- Mieke Jans (Hasselt University, Belgium)
- Stewart Leech (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
- Steve Sutton (University of Central Florida, United States)
- Eddy Vaassen (Tilburg University, The Netherlands)
- Miklos Vasarhelyi (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, United States)
- Martin Weisner (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
For more information, please contact the Program Chairs; Severin Grabski at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Greg Gerard at email@example.com.