American Accounting Association Virtual Annual meeting
10-13 August 2020 (EDT)
Welcome to Elsevier at the AAA Annual Meeting
As the American Accounting Association is hosting the online 2020 Annual Meeting and Conference on August 10-13 (EDT), we are pleased to invite you to visit our virtual booth at Elsevier. We are here to answer your questions regarding your research, the Elsevier publishing process, and our Accounting journals.
We kindly invite you to join us for a Zoom call and talk to Elsevier staff members and journal Editors during the times listed below. All times are in Eastern Time and the password for these meetings is “Elsevier”.
- Noon: https://elsevier.zoom.us/j/95836602793?pwd=VjFPbjRnRFYweGROTXZmOFJlVTNIdz09
- 4PM: Meet the Editor of Journal of Accounting Education: Natalie Churyk
- Noon: Meet the Editor of Journal of International Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation: Robert Larson: https://elsevier.zoom.us/j/97497232455?pwd=b1ltQ3NRbVl1YUxjZVpCV2VxKzRJUT09
- 4PM: Meet the Editor of Advances in Accounting: Dennis Caplan: https://elsevier.zoom.us/j/96924487506?pwd=TFhCWVNNUTZGdm1NZ0tTaVpadllBdz09
Learn more about our Accounting Journals:
As a participant of the AAA 2020 Annual Meeting you are invited to use the 20% discount code for your personal subscriptions using the AAA20WEB promocode via this link.
Learn more about publishing with Elsevier:
Publish your research Open Access
At Elsevier, we believe in open science and open access to knowledge. We’ve built a wide-ranging portfolio of Open Access publishing options for authors and researchers across all subject areas. All our accounting journals offer immediate Open Access options.
Elsevier supports the joint commitment for inclusion and diversity in publishing
Elsevier stands against racism and discrimination and endorses the joint commitment for action in inclusion and diversity in publishing.
Read our report on gender in science: The researcher journey through a gender lens
Elsevier’s latest global analysis reveals progress toward gender parity, but women still trail men in number of publications and citations.
Shaping Open Science: a significant new partnership between Elsevier and Dutch research institutions to support the country’s research and innovation ambitions.
What’s significant about this agreement is that the parties involved worked in partnership to carefully develop a collaboration that will shape new open science services in the Netherlands. The country has a notable heritage in higher education spanning hundreds of years. The QS World University Rankings 2019 includes 13 universities in the Netherlands, all within the world's top 350 and seven in the top 150. To help the country remain at the forefront of research in the decades to come, this partnership includes the development of open science services related to research intelligence and scholarly communication, making it the first such agreement of its kind. Open Science aims to make science more open, reproducible, inclusive and collaborative.
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