The IAFA council is delighted to announce that the 35th IAFA Annual Conference and Doctoral Colloquium will be hosted by NUI Galway from Wednesday 7th – Friday 9th June 2023. More information will be provided over the coming months.
The 2022 IAFA Conference and Doctoral Colloquium will be hosted by Maynooth University on June 8th, 9th and 10th. Please feel free to save the dates and more information will be uploaded in due course.
Main Conference Keynote speaker: John Burns (Professor of Management & Accountancy) John has been faculty member at the University of Exeter Business School since 2010, during which he has served as head of the Accounting department. Previously, from 2004 to 2010, he was the inaugural Dean of Accounting and Finance (now School of Business) at […]
The IAFA Doctoral Colloquium and 33rd Annual Conference will be hosted by the Munster Technological University (formerly Cork Institute of Technology) from 12th to 14th May 2021. Both events will be held online. The Doctoral Colloquium will take place on Wednesday 12th May and the Annual Conference on Thursday 13th May and Friday 14th May. Detailed schedules will be issued nearer […]
We are looking forward to virtually meeting with colleagues at the forthcoming IAFA Teaching & Learning Day on 15th January 2021. Our Keynote will be given by Professor Ale Armellini, Professor and Dean of Digital and Distributed Learning at the University of Portsmouth. Further information to follow.
The Discipline of Accounting and Finance within the Cairnes School of Business and Economics, NUI Galway hosted the IAFA Winter Seminar in December 2018. The speaker was Professor Teemu Malmi, Professor of Accounting at Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland. The title of Professor Malmi’s presentation was ‘Positioning Studies for Theoretical Contributions – Experiences Shared’. This proved to be […]
Dr. Elaine Doyle attended the Global Gathering of accounting leaders on behalf of IAFA in August 2019. The Global Gathering was hosted by the American Accounting Association and involved the Chairs of numerous national academic accounting associations gathering to discuss the issues pertinent to their respective associations The discussions included supporting PhD students and early […]
The Doctoral Colloquium took place on Wednesday 15th May and ran for the entire day. It was declared open by Prof. Barbara Flood, Professor of Accounting at DCUBS and Deputy Dean. Then, Professor Anne Jeny, Professor at the Accounting and Management Control Department, ESSEC Business School, France spoke about proposed cooperation between the IAFA and the EAA in […]
CPA Ireland is issuing a call for research submissions in the field of accountancy and invites both members of the academic community at doctoral or masters level in addition to accountants actively engaged in practice or industry to submit an application for research funding. Funding of up to €2,500 per research project is available. Applications […]
The Department of Accounting and Finance within the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick hosted the 31st Annual Irish Accounting and Finance Association PhD Colloquium and Conference in May 2018. The conference ran over 3 days, with the Doctoral Colloquium taking place on Wednesday 23rd May and the main conference spread over Thursday and Friday (24th & 25th May). […]