2018 International Symposium on Accounting Information Systems (ISAIS)

Accounting Symposium

Theatre 1, Level 1, The Spot
198 Berkeley St
Melbourne VIC 3000

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Abbey Treloar

abbey.treloar@unimelb.edu.au

T: 03 9035 3781

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The Centre for Accounting and Industry Partnerships, Department of Accounting, University of Melbourne, Australia is pleased to announce the eighth International Symposium on Accounting Information Systems (ISAIS) commencing in the morning of Thursday July 5, followed by a half day on Friday July 6. The Symposium is strategically positioned to follow the annual Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand conference July 1-3 in Auckland. ISAIS is rotated annually between the University of Central Florida (USA), Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and University of Melbourne (Australia). We gratefully acknowledge the funding support provided by AFAANZ.

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 modelling, continuous auditing and reporting, decision aids, ERP systems, strategic information systems and XBRL.

The 2018 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 two awards: one for Best Paper and one for Best Discussant.

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Registration fees
Earlybird (before Apr 1 2018)   $275
Standard                                      $350

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