BAFA Accounting Education Annual Conference 2022

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BAFA Accounting Education Special Interest Group Annual Conference 2022

18 - 20 May 2022
Adam Smith Business School

We are delighted to host the BAFA Accounting Education Annual Conference here at the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School in May 2022, where academics can present and share research in accounting education. The conference includes opportunities to present full papers as well as to share innovative teaching practices in accounting, tax, audit and finance. 

Call for Papers

Deadline: 21 March 2022


  1. Full papers: Completed or near completed research projects. These papers will be presented in sessions with discussants who will provide critical review comments.
  2. Emerging papers: Either the initial stages of a project or the initial analysis of findings. Emerging papers will be presented under the Pecha Kucha format.
  3. Learning and Teaching Innovations: These will outline the innovative approach, the rationale for its development and the impact on student learning. Innovations will be presented under the Pecha Kucha format.

If your paper is accepted for the conference, you may be asked to act as a chair for a session or as a discussant for another paper. 

Further information and paper submission:

BAFA - Annual Conference 2022

Venue in Glasgow

The conference will take place across the University of Glasgow main campus. See map

Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city and is located to the west of the country. Officially the world’s friendliest city, you’ll be guaranteed a warm welcome in Glasgow, and there is so much to explore and enjoy in this beautiful and vibrant city. Within the city, you’ll find world-class visitor attractions, diverse neighbourhoods, stunning architecture and an ever-evolving food and drink scene. 

Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world. We are one of the top 100 of the world's universities and have been named Scottish University of the Year by The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018. 

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First published: 2 December 2021

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