GMARS will be held in Crowne Plaza Coogee Sydney, Australia in June 2023!
GMARS aims to promote a ‘global village’ of management accounting research by bringing together a diverse set of the highest quality research papers, plenary speakers and researchers from around the world. It provides an important intellectual space to appreciate and understand the theoretical perspectives and research methods that are used to study management accounting practices. GMARS is held annually, rotating around the world between the partner institutions – UNSW, Copenhagen Business School and Michigan State University.
The first Global Management Accounting Research Symposium (GMARS) was held at Michigan State University in June 2004 and GMARS has since rotated around the world hosted by the 3 partner institutions (Michigan State University, Copenhagen Business School and UNSW).
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Early bird registration will be available until 1 May 2023, with a final registration deadline of 9 June 2023.
Conference fee is $470 + GST for early bird registration, after 1 May 2023 full registration fee of $520 + GST applies.
Conference Fee Includes
• Welcome cocktail on 21 June 2023
• Lunch, morning and afternoon tea on 22 and 23 June 2023
• Conference dinner on 22 June 2023
• Emerging scholars who register for the full conference can attend the Emerging Scholars Forum for free
We are now open for paper submissions, closing on 31 January 2023. Successful presenters will be informed by 3 March 2023.
Conference paper submission: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emerging Scholars are encouraged to apply to attend the Emerging Scholars Forum which runs in conjunction of GMARS 2023 on 21 June 2023.
The purpose of the forum is to provide MPhil students, doctoral students and recent PhDs in management accounting with useful feedback on their dissertation and on issues relating to a career in accounting academia. Participants will present a brief overview of their dissertation topic (10-15 minutes), followed by about 30 minutes of discussion from the floor.
Each session will be attended by a number of senior faculty members as well as other doctoral students. Senior faculty members for 2023 will include:
Participants in the early stage of the PhD program may elect to 'audit' the Forum (i.e., without presenting).
To apply for the forum, please complete the nomination form:
Part A (to be filled in by the nominee):
Part B (to be filled in by the nominator, Head of Department):
The nomination deadline is 31 January 2023. Notification of acceptance decisions will be emailed on 3 March 2023. For further information and inquiries, please contact Dr. Yee Shih Phua email@example.com and Di Yang firstname.lastname@example.org
Emerging Scholars Forum is free if participants attend the conference (i.e., participants will only pay the GMARS Conference registration fee). If participants only attend the forum, the Emerging Scholars Forum early bird registration fee is $160 + GST for early bird registration, after 1 May 2023, full registration fee of $210 + GST applies. The Emerging Scholars Forum Registration fee includes forum fee and conference welcome cocktail.
To register for GMARS Conference and Emerging Scholars Forum (free):
To register for Emerging Scholars Forum Only (fee applies):
Access via driveway on Carr Street. Direct access to lobby via lift. EV charging available. Parking height 2m, taller vehicles will need to find alternate parking. Parking strictly subject to availability.
$35.00 Conference Day Parking
$45.00 Overnight Guest Parking
Special conference rate at AUD275 (+ GST) per room per night at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Coogee Beach will be offered to delegates for the following dates: Wednesday, 21 June to Friday, 23 June 2023.
To access this exclusive offer for GMARS participants, please use this link for individual reservations.
The Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport is about 11.4 km from Coogee Beach, which is easily accessible by public transport in about 22 minutes.