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Submission deadline: 30 November 2013.
This call for contributions invites submissions that provide support to corporate managers, NGOs, international organizations, and governments. Academics will benefit from this edited volume as it aims to provide an up-to-date collection of theoretical approaches and examina-tion of corporate practices. Authors are invited to consider the broader picture of the role and influence of relationships among governments, NGOs, international organizations and companies that influence the practice of corporate climate accounting and management. Reviews, qualitative and quantitative empirical analyses, and conceptual developments on climate related business effects are most welcome.
The EMAN edited volume series strives to provide academics, senior management, sustain-ability managers, NGOs and international bodies with contemporary developments of practice-orientated research in the area sustainability accounting. Young scholars and senior scholar with innovative approaches, empirical surveys or in-depth case study analyses are invited to submit a paper. Each contribution undergoes a review process to safeguard the quality of the publications. The articles of this book series are included in Thomson’s "Web of Knowledge", where only impact factor articles, selected books and acknowledged conference proceedings are listed.
Further information can be downloaded here.
The submission deadline has been extended to 16 June 2013.
This special issue of the British Accounting Review on Accounting for Sustainability of Production and Supply Chains isdesigned to encourage academic and practitioner thought leaders at the cutting edge to submit articles for potentialpublication addressing accounting aspects of social and environmental issues of organisations in relation to opportunities andrisks in production and supply chains.
Issues to be addressed in submissions could include, but are not limited to social, environmental and sustainability accounting for, and auditing and assurance aspects of:
announced on 9 February 2012
In order to motivate research on this topic the conference theme of The Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting Network on March, 21-22 2013 hosted by the Chair of Environmental Management and Accounting at Technische Universitaet Dresden in Germany will be “Material Flow Cost Accounting” followed by a special issue of the Journal of Cleaner Production. The guest editors invite review papers, methodological papers, and case
studies that include but are not restricted to the following topical areas: