Financial globalization has boomed over the last ten decades, bringing with it scholarly fascination and debate. Has economic globalization helped developing countries, or only caused a greater rift between them and wealthier provinces? The Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, an academic journal that focuses on accounting and related fields, wants to hear from scholars with thoughts on this topic. Those selected will be invited to present on their work at a conference at MISB Bocconi in Mumbai, India. All selected manuscripts will be sent for peer review and up to six papers will be published in a special issue of the Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
– Asset Valuation models
– Valuation of Derivatives and Financial Instruments
– Impairment Tests
– Risk Measurements and management judgments
– New paths in assessing Earnings quality and Earnings management
– Audit quality in a cross country and globalized environment
– Managerial practices and discretion in assessing fair value Annoucement
– Fair Value Accounting in Banking
– Crisis and Fair Value
– The efficiency of market prices and the impact of liquidity on these prices
– The impact of Fair Value measurements on Management Control Systems
– Top management style and cultural values, Fair Value measurements and Valuation Models
The Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance welcomes a wide variety of perspectives and approaches. Both theoretical and empirical work will be considered. The deadline to submit a manuscript is September 1, 2014. More information for submissions can be found by clicking here.
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