American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium

Chaque année, l'American Accounting Association invite l'AFC à sélectionner un doctorant ou une doctorante pour participer à son colloque doctoral (l'American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium). L'AFC invite chaque doctorant et doctorante en CCA membre de l'assocation à candidater selon la procédure décrite dans les appels envoyés chaque année.

2022 American Accounting Association/Deloitte Foundation/J. Michael Cook Doctoral Consortium

2021

L’American Accounting Association (AAA) invite l’AFC à désigner un(e) doctorant(e) pour participer au Consortium Doctoral de l’AAA/Deloitte/J. Michael Cook.

Ce séminaire, qui regroupe des étudiants en doctorat du monde entier, aura lieu du 15 au 18 juin 2022 à la Deloitte University à Westlake (à proximité de Dallas, Texas).

Vous trouverez ci-dessous le message adressé par l'AAA à l'AFC. Les candidatures des doctorants, remplissant les conditions fixées, doivent être envoyées par courrier électronique au plus tard le 21 janvier 2022 à Luc PAUGAM (paugam@hec.fr).

Ces candidatures seront examinées par les membres du CA de l'AFC. Elles doivent comprendre les éléments suivants :
- CV en langue anglaise
- Papiers de recherche et/ou état d'avancement de thèse en langue anglaise
- Attestation précisant que vous remplissez les conditions requises (voir e-mail ci-dessous)
- Lettre de recommandation de votre directeur de thèse

Lors de l’envoi électronique de ces éléments, le nom de chacun des fichiers constituant votre dossier devra débuter par votre Nom_Prénom_Institution.

Les candidats et leur directeur de thèse doivent être à jour de leur cotisation à l’AFC. Le (la) doctorant(e) retenu(e) devra ensuite devenir membre de l'AAA au tarif étudiant (qui est peu élevé).

Bien à vous,
Luc PAUGAM

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Dear French Academic Accounting Association,

The Fifty-Second Annual American Accounting Association/Deloitte Foundation/J. Michael Cook Doctoral Consortium will be held June 15–18, 2022 at Deloitte University in Westlake, Texas (just outside of Dallas). The 2022 Consortium Planning Committee invites your organization to nominate a student to attend next year's Consortium.

Consortium Objectives
The primary objective of the Consortium is to improve the quality of future accounting education and research by enriching the experience of selected doctoral candidates from U.S., Canadian and International Universities. The Consortium provides a forum for examining accounting issues from different research perspectives. Formal presentations, panels and social activities provide opportunities for students to interact with today's leading teachers and researchers and with their peers from other universities. Breakout groups provide opportunities for feedback on participants' ongoing research and presentation skills.

Criteria for Participation
Schools offering a doctoral program with a field of concentration in accounting are eligible to nominate ONE accounting doctoral candidate to participate. The nominee for participation must:

1. Be a current student member of the American Accounting Association,
2. Be enrolled in a Ph.D. or DBA program in accounting and have completed at least TWO YEARS of doctoral studies in that accounting program,
3. Have at least one more year remaining "in residence" at their University after the Consortium, and
4. NOT have been a full-time faculty appointee at any rank during the current academic year.

Although not a formal criterion, it is strongly recommended that the nominated student has begun the process of conducting independent research and has passed the qualifying exam.

Application Procedures and Deadline
Complete the Online Form to nominate a student. The deadline for nominations is Monday, February 7, 2022. Space is limited and you will be notified of invitation decisions in late February.

The $750 fee will be due after the nomination and invitation decisions are made. You will be notified when this is to be paid. The fee is to be absorbed by the nominating institution and not passed on to the nominee. It will be used to help pay for the Consortium.

Information for Participants
Participants are required to arrive at Deloitte University on Wednesday, June 15, 2022 by 5:00pm, and stay for the entire Consortium. However, international travelers are allowed to arrive one day early, June 14, if needed. The program will conclude on June 17 and participants can depart anytime on Saturday, June 18. The American Accounting Association will use the fees and a grant from the Deloitte Foundation that is funded by an endowment established by J. Michael Cook to pay participants' travel and lodging expenses during the Consortium.

We will contact invited students in late February with additional information and request that they complete the information/agreement form. Participants should NOT make any travel arrangements until they receive specific instructions and guidelines from me. Participants will be required to submit a short write-up about a current or proposed research project for presentation and discussion in breakout groups. The write up will be submitted by April 1. Reading assignments will be available online approximately 1 month prior to the Consortium so that participants can prepare to participate fully in the formal and informal sessions.

The Planning Committee is looking forward to meeting the participant from your organization at next year's Consortium.

Sincerely,
BEVERLY COLLINS | Director, Special Meetings and Projects
American Accounting Association
9009 Town Center Parkway, Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202
P: 941.556.4109 | F: 941.923.4093
W: www.aaahq.org

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