The European Accounting Symposium for Young Scholars (EASYS) is an annual meeting that takes place right before the European Accounting Association Annual meeting. 

It is meant to estab­lish research net­works among young schol­ars. Par­tic­i­pants present their ear­ly-stage work and obtain feed­back in a friend­ly and con­struc­tive envi­ron­ment. The tar­get audi­ence of the work­shop is Euro­pean fac­ul­ty with the rank of post-doc­tor­al researchers or assis­tant pro­fes­sor (non-tenured). The work­shop includes a max­i­mum of 20 par­tic­i­pants to ensure a friend­ly envi­ron­ment to present ear­ly stage projects / research ideas. Pre­sent­ed research projects should not be under review / sub­mit­ted to a jour­nal. The sym­po­sium focus­es on quan­ti­ta­tive research in all areas of account­ing (e.g., finan­cial, man­age­r­i­al, audit­ing, tax­a­tion). Please note that the sym­po­sium is not relat­ed to the Euro­pean Account­ing Asso­ci­a­tion. If you have ques­tions about the EASYS meet­ing, you can con­tact us. 


Sara Bor­mann, Goethe-Uni­ver­sität Frank­furt         
Thomas Bourveau, Colum­bia Busi­ness School
Jochen Pierk, Eras­mus Uni­ver­si­ty Rot­ter­dam
Mar­i­ano Scapin, Uni­ver­si­ty of Bristol