The Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR) is pleased to organize the 9th Emerging Scholars Colloquium, a one-day event for emerging scholars working on social and environmental accounting research. This year the colloquium will take place on 22 August 2022, immediately before the 32nd International Congress on Social and Environmental Accounting Research that will be held in University of St Andrews, Scotland (UK) on 23-25 August 2022. The participants of the Emerging Scholars Colloquium are expected to join the CSEAR UK Congress after the colloquium.
The aim of the colloquium is to provide an opportunity for emerging scholars in social and environmental accounting (SEA) research to present and discuss their research projects alongside a cohort of distinguished international faculty. The colloquium will maintain a relatively informal atmosphere to enable intensive intellectual debate.
In addition to supporting the advancement of research projects, we aspire to introduce emerging scholars into the SEA research community. Simultaneously, endeavour to facilitate a reflection on questions, issues, and topics potentially of interest to emerging scholars. For this purpose, we invite participants to actively engage by raising questions and concerns throughout the event creating a lively and engaged forum for discussion.
Registration – please be aware that this is only available to those who have successfully applied to attend (applicants will be notified by Tuesday 31 May).
Category 5: Emerging Scholars Colloquium (ESC) – £0/Partial bursary fee for the Congress – £300 (open for registration after 31 May and by invitation only)
For students who have been awarded a FULL Bursary for the ESC. This includes accommodation on Sunday 21 August, breakfast and conference registration for the ESC on Monday 22 August. Attendees of the ESC have been awarded a partial bursary for the Congress, this rate includes dinner and accommodation on Monday 22 August; breakfast, dinner and accommodation on Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 August and breakfast on Thursday 25 August. Also included is the day registration fee for the Congress (23-25 August).
The programme for the ESC can be found here.
Interested emerging scholars wishing to participate in this event are invited to apply by submitting ONE single Word file:
1. A document describing the research project (maximum 2,000 words). This proposal should include the title of the project and a summary of the research question, the theoretical and methodological framework(s) utilized or considered, the expected contribution, the potential implications from the research, the discussion of the results to date, and any challenges encountered. Appropriate bibliographical references outlining the positioning of the work should also be included, but will not be tallied towards the maximum word count.
2. A one-page curriculum vitae, including name, e-mail address, institutional affiliation, research interests, PhD supervisor (if applicable) and years in the doctoral program to date (if applicable).