Seventh Annual Midyear Auditing Section Conference
Venue: JW Marriott Houston.,
|Event Date/Time: Jan 11, 2001||End Date/Time: Jan 13, 2000|
Midyear Auditing Section Conference
The Seventh Annual Midyear Auditing Section Conference and the special commemoration of the Section's 25th Anniversary will be held in Houston, Texas on January 11-13, 2001. CPE sessions will be held on the afternoon of January 11. The remainder of the conference will consist of keynote, plenary and concurrent sessions dealing with a wide variety of contemporary topics related to audit, attestation and assurance practices, education and research. You are encouraged to contribute to the program through submissions of auditing/attestation/assurance research and education papers, and special session proposals.
The conference will be held at the JW Marriott Houston. The hotel is located in the highly desirable Galleria / Uptown district of the city known for its dining and shopping excellence. Therefore, after a full day of sessions and meetings, there are literally hundreds of options to suite one's entertainment and dining preferences. In addition, the hotel is only seven miles from attractions such as Six Flags / Astroworld, the Astrodome, and the museum district.
Research papers should follow the style guidelines of Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory. Other submissions should take an appropriate form to permit review of their originality, quality and usefulness. Submissions are not eligible for consideration if they (1) have been published or accepted for publication, (2) were presented at the 2000 AAA Annual Meeting, or (3) were presented at more than one AAA regional meeting or other academic conference. Papers presented at the Research Forum of the AAA Annual Meeting are eligible for consideration. It should be noted that papers accepted for presentation at the 2001 Midyear Auditing Section Conference can also be submitted for presentation at the AAA Annual Meeting scheduled for August 2001.
Abstracts only will be published in the proceedings' booklet. By December 1, 2000, authors of accepted submissions are expected to provide the designated session discussant with a final printed copy. Instructions for placing accepted papers on the Section's web site will be included in acceptance letters.
Four copies of submissions must be received by September 1, 2000, to be considered for the program. Early submission is highly encouraged. Electronic submission (in Word format) is also encouraged. Any questions should be addressed to: