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The International Accounting Conference
Athens University of Economics and Business
March 4-6, 2004

The 2004 annual conference of The International Journal of Accounting will be held in Greece.  It will be jointly sponsored by The Athens University of Economics and Business and the Zimmerman Center of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  The conference will be held in Athens, Greece, on March 4-6, 2004.  The conference will begin with a reception on the evening of March 4th and will continue with two full days of presentations, devoted to the presentation of papers on the theme of:

Accounting, Culture and Economic Institutions

Authors are invited to submit research papers for presentation at the conference.  Authors of accepted papers will be provided with the cost of travel (up to $1000.00) and lodging.  Accepted papers will be published in The International Journal of Accounting after satisfying the refereeing process.

Papers are to be submitted before December 15,  2003 to either:

A. Rashad Abdel-khalik
Zimmerman Center 
320 Wohlers Hall 
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1206 S. Sixth Street 
Champaign, IL  61820 

Dimitrios Ghicas
Department of Accounting and Finance
Athens University of Economics and Business
76 Patission Street
Athens, 104-34

The Athens University of Economics and Business was originally founded in 1920 under the name of Athens School of Commercial Studies.  It was renamed in 1926 as the Athens School of Economics and Business Science, a name that was retained until 1989 when it assumed its present name, that is The Athens University of Economics and Business.  It is the third oldest Higher Education Institution in Greece and the oldest in the general fields of Economics and Business.  The University is located at 76 Patission Street in Athens, two blocks away from the Archaeological Museum.


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