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18 March 2021
Accounting, management, finance, and accountability in times of crisis: A COVID-19 perspective
To date, the implications of large-scale global crises for organizations and society have remained mostly unexamined in accounting, management, and finance scholarship and related disciplines. To date, the implications of large-scale global crises for organizations and society have remained mostly unexamined in accounting, management, and finance scholarship and related disciplines. Current research has tended to focus on the context of managing disasters, accidents or risks that affect individual organisations and industries. However, what is evident from this research is that organisations, industries and communities are mostly unprepared to deal with significant large-scale disruptions and that responses are reactive, rather than anticipatory.
We call for multidisciplinary and multi-country contributions in accounting, management, finance and public administration that address the severe and global COVID-19 crisis, its impacts and its opportunities for the future. We are in the unprecedented territory, and we aim at encouraging scholars in the field to reflect and debate the role of accounting, management, finance, and accountability practices in leading governmental and non-governmental organisations’ policies; in sustaining public services, businesses and not-for-profit organisations; as well as the state of the human condition. We call for scholarly debates on how this pandemic is affected and may affect the practice of accounting, management, and finance in times of crisis and the need for accountability at a global level.
With the expected contributions we plan to support scholars in the field to make a significant contribution to society by addressing and learning from this severe and global crisis. And to a further extent we aim to increase awareness and preparedness to present global issues and future global crisis.
Papers presented and discussed in this special issue must be innovative and novel research on a broad range of topics in the fields of Information Management Systems. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Management of Information systems
- Big data analysis and customer value
- Transformative marketing
- Mathematics and statics
- Local Economics of Arab countries
- Local polices of economic in Arab countries
- International polices of economic in Arab countries
- Financial problems in Arab countries
- Short term proposals to solve local economics
- Long term proposals to solve local economics
- Wars and their effects in the short and long term in the local economy
- The effects of the use of technology in transactions and the local economy
- Islamic transactions is an alternative solution to improving the local economy
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