Workshop with Charles H. Cho, Professor of Accounting and Erivan K. Haub Chair in Business & Sustainability
When: December 10, 2019
Time: 12:00 AM-4:15 PM
Where: Kozminski Univerisity, D/202
Accounting Department is pleased to invite PhD Students and Scholars to a workshop with Prof. Charles Cho. During this workshop, Prof. Cho will provide insights on developing papers for publication in academic journals from an author’s, reviewer’s and editor’s perspective. Moreover, during the workshop session, each of the authors of the accepted articles will present the main assumptions of the paper, followed by feedback by Prof. Cho, discussing the most important issues with the authors.
Charles Cho is a Professor of Accounting and the Erivan K. Haub Chair in Business& Sustainability at the Schulich School of Business, York University. His research interests include Social and Environmental Accounting; Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); and Accounting and the Public Interest. Professor Cho has published papers in prestigious academic journals such as Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, Accounting, Organizations and Society, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, the European Accounting Review, and the Journal of Business Ethics, and was an invited author of chapters in several books. His work has been presented at various national and international conferences such as the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, the Canadian Academic Accounting Association, the European Accounting Association Annual Congress and the International Congresses on Social and Environmental Accounting Research.
He currently serves as an Editor of Accounting Forum, the Accounting and Business Ethics Section, Co-Editor of the Journal of Business Ethics as well as an Associate Editor of Accounting and the Public Interest. In addition, he is an Editorial Board member of 14 other academic journals.
- Crafting Papers for Publication (12:00-13:30)
During this session, Prof. Cho will provide insights on developing papers for publication in academic journals from an author’s, reviewer’s and editor’s perspective.
- Lunch break (13:30-14:30)
- Paper Development Workshop (14:30-16:15)
During the workshop session, each of the authors of the accepted articles shortly (5-7 minutes) will present the main assumptions of the paper, followed by 20-25 minutes feedback by Prof. Cho, discussing the most important issues with the authors.
Prof. Charles H. Cho
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