Theme: Creative Accounting, Earnings Management, Fraud and Accounting Scandals Papers are welcome on all aspects of accounts manipulation, including the manipulation of earnings, as well as presentational aspects such as graphs, photographs and accounting narratives. Papers are also welcome on accounting frauds. The papers may be historical, based on Italy or international. The papers can follow any methodology, including empirical data, interviews, questionnaires or case study.
Publication Opportunities This track is organized by prof. Michael Jones from the University of Bristol, U.K. former Editor of British Accounting Review. Authors whose papers are accepted for presentation may consider submitting their papers for the British Accounting Review after the conference. Papers will undergo the normal journal review process. Authors can state in the cover letter that the paper has been presented at the AIDEA 2013 conference.