[AISWorld] CFP: 7th Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop on Accounting Information Systems

Tawei (David) Wang twwang at hawaii.edu
Wed May 20 03:38:20 EDT 2015

*Association for Information Systems*

*Special Interest Group on *

*Accounting Information Systems (SIG ASYS)*

*http://sigasys.aisnet.org* <http://sigasys.aisnet.org/>

7th Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop on

Accounting Information Systems

Saturday, December 12, 2015

 Fort Worth Convention Center,

Fort Worth, TX, USA


SIG ASYS cordially invites both academics and practitioners from all over
the world to present their original research and/or to organize a panel
discussion in the field of Accounting Information Systems (AIS). The
workshop will focus on a wide range of topics at the intersection of
accounting and information systems. The SIG ASYS Workshop will be held in Fort
Worth, Texas before the start of ICIS 2015.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: AIS integration, AIS
modelling, AIS and governance, Big data, Continuous auditing, Cultural
influences on AIS, Data mining and business intelligence, Design and
implementation issues of AIS, Evaluation, assessment and business value of
AIS, Forensic auditing, Global AIS, Information security management,
technology (IT) governance, IT auditing, Internal control and fraud, Management
control and AIS, Resource-Event-Agent (REA) model, Risk assessment and
enterprise risk management, Social media, eXtensible Business Reporting

All submissions must represent original work that has not already been
published in a journal or conference proceedings (in complete form –
abstract publication is permissible). At least one author of the accepted
paper must register for the workshop and be prepared to present the paper
in person.

Submissions must be in the form of: a completed research paper, a
research-in-progress paper or a panel proposal. All completed research
papers and research-in-progress papers must be in English and be carefully
blinded. Submissions will be blind reviewed by at least two peers. Note
that accepted papers will not be published in workshop proceedings.
Completed research papers

Completed research papers should conform to the International Journal of
Accounting Information Systems (*IJAIS*) format, which is consistent with
American Accounting Association and other Elsevier accounting journals. For
more details, please see the *IJAIS* guide for authors at the following URL:
Research-in-progress papers

Submission of promising research, in its early stage, should take the form
of a research-in-progress paper and be presented as an extended abstract.
This abstract should include the following sections: research objectives
and questions; theoretical foundations of the study; research methodology
being used; current status of the project, and a description of what the
authors propose to present at the workshop. Note that complete analysis of
results is *not required*. Research-in-progress papers should be limited to
approximately 4000 words.
Panel proposals

Panel proposals should be at least one-page in length and include: a
general description of the topic; details of all potential panelists
(including their name, affiliation, email, and a one paragraph bio); a
statement to the effect that if the panel proposal is accepted, all
panelists have made a commitment to serve on the panel; and a brief
description of each panelists background, expertise and views on the
proposed topic.

The workshop will be held as an all-day meeting on Saturday, December 12,
2015, in Fort Worth, Texas just before the start of ICIS 2015. Participants
should plan on arriving the day before for an early start at the workshop.
The customary networking dinner will take place after the workshop on
Saturday night (December 12). There will be a single track to maximise
interaction and participation. Workshop participants, including presenters
and panelists, must pay the registration fee.


Two best paper awards will be announced at the workshop. One for completed
research paper and one for research-in-progress paper. After meeting the
required revisions, these two papers will be published in the *IJAIS* at
the author’s prerogative.


Submission Deadline:                      August 27, 2015

Notification to Authors:                   October 5, 2015

Final Papers:                                   November 1, 2015

Workshop:                                      December 12, 2015

Networking Dinner:                         December 12, 2015


The workshop chair is Cheryl Dunn (*Grand Valley State University*) and the
program chair is Tawei (David) Wang (*University of Hawaii at Manoa*).


*SIG ASYS Submissions (Pre-ICIS Workshop Only) 2015*

Paper enquires, submissions, and panel proposals should be sent to
ICISAIS2015 at gmail.com and please indicate whether the submission is
completed research, research-in-progress, or a panel proposal.

*SIG ASYS and IJAIS (Dual Consideration) Submissions 2015*

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 SIG ASYS
workshop and *IJAIS*, authors should submit their manuscripts using the
*IJAIS* online submission system at
http://ees.elsevier.com/accinf/default.asp and e-mail your complete
manuscript to ICISAIS2015 at gmail.com. Please clearly specify in your cover
letters to *IJAIS* and SIG ASYS that your submission is a dual submission
and is intended for presentation at SIG ASYS 2015.

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