MÖDAVICA 2021 Call for Papers
18th International Conference on Accounting
New Dynamics of Accounting- Transformation in Theory and Practice
MÖDAVICA 2021, is an international accounting conference which aims to bring together leading academia, researchers and scholars. The conference enables participants to exchange and share their experiences and research findings on all aspects of Accounting. It also provides an interdisciplinary platform for participants to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, propositions and hypotheses developed for challenges in the field of Accounting. Prospective authors are kindly encouraged to contribute to conference through submissions of their research abstracts which includes original and unpublished outcome of conceptual, empirical, and/or theoretical work in all areas of Accounting.
The theme of MÖDAVİCA 2021 is “New Dynamics of Accounting - Transformation in Theory and Practice”. The conference welcomes following topics and is open to studies with different approaches in the field of accounting.
Financial Accounting, Cost and Managerial Accounting, Auditing, Internal Audit, Tax Accounting, Forensic Accounting and Fraud Audit, CT Management and Audit, Governance Risk Management and Control, Corporate Governance and Sustainability, Financial and Non-financial Reporting, Social Responsibility Reporting, Integrated Reporting, New Business Models and Accounting, Natural Capital Management and Accounting, Accounting Theory and New Perspectives, Effects of New Trends to Businesses and Accounting, The Effects of Covid-19 to Accounting and Auditing, Crisis Management and Accounting, Practical Problems Faced on the Implementation of Accounting and Auditing Standards, Green Accounting
Extended Abstracts must be submitted by September 10, 2021. The extended abstract should include the following sections:
1. Abstract and Keywords,
2. Introduction, should include the purpose of the study and the research question, the literature including the relevant theories, hypotheses and research results.
3. Methodology, should include the details of the methodology chosen in accordance with the research question and supported by the theoretical background.
4. Findings, should include the findings or preliminary findings of the study, if any, in empirical studies.
5. Conclusion, should include the general conclusions from the findings, the contribution of the study to the application and research field, limitations, future study proposals.
|10 September 2021||
Last date for extended abstract submission
08 October 2021
Notification of accepted extended abstracts for presentation
30 October 2021
Last date for early admission