Blending Theory With Practice
Conference call for papers from Managerial Auditing Journal
Hosted by the Center for Corporate Reporting and Governance
Thursday, September 19, 2019
Hotel Irvine, Irvine, CA
We are pleased to issue this Call for Papers, which will include the option of a fast‐track reviewfor publication in the Managerial Auditing Journal.
Submission Guidelines and Notice of Decisions
The Center for Corporate Reporting & Governance (CCRG) is seeking academic papers for the joint Haskell & White and Managerial Auditing Journal academic conference.
Submissions should be received by Thursday, August 1, 2019.
All manuscripts are subject to a blind review process. Email notification of the outcome of each submission will be sent to the
corresponding author or authors in early August. The number of papers accepted for this conference will be limited.
Each paper submission should include a title page listing the corresponding author’s name and email address. All papers must be in Word or PDF format and emailed to: [email protected]
Any queries can be made to the journal Editorial team:
Dr Vivek Mande
California State University Fullerton, College of Business & Economics, Fullerton, USA
California State University Fullerton, USA
About the Conference
The joint Haskell & White and Managerial Auditing Journal Conference is intended to provide opportunities for academics to engage with experienced researchers, receive feedback on their work and network with the practicing community. We welcome papers from current and recently graduated PhDs.
The CCRG will host the academic conference on Thursday, September 19, 2019 followed by the 18th Annual SEC “Hot Topics” Conference on Friday, September 20, 2019 at the same hotel.
The SEC Conference is attended by over 500 professionals from Southern California. Academics are invited to attend both conferences. Fees are waived for academics.
About the Managerial Auditing Journal
The Managerial Auditing Journal provides a dynamic global forum for the examination of current research and practice in auditing and assurance (internal and external; financial and non‐financial). The journal addresses the relation between theory and practice by exploring trends, paradigms and perspectives, including the ethical, social, environmental and economic aspects of contemporary assurance, management performance and governance issues. The journal pushes new boundaries for audit and assurance research by seeking to identify new knowledge and practice through the promotion of a dialogue between academics and practitioners.
The journal is abstracted and indexed by a number of key databases and ranking systems. It maintains an Impact Factor of 0.69 in Clarivate’s Web of Science and a CiteScore of 1.52 in Scopus.
Further information about the journal is available here:
About the Center for Corporate Reporting and Governance
The Center for Corporate Reporting & Governance (CCRG) at the Steven G. Mihaylo College of Business & Economics at California State University, Fullerton was created in the wake of Enron and other high profile corporate scandals, as well as the subsequent passage of the landmark Sarbanes‐Oxley Act to address the issues facing businesses and auditors in today's changing financial environment. The CCRG’s 18th Annual SEC “Hot Topics” Conference features a wide variety of speakers, including SEC, FASB, and PCAOB officials, financial accounting experts, board and audit committee members, as well as prominent corporate executives.