The domain of accounting, Finance and Economics has a history of artificial intelligence (AI) applications going back more than 20 years (Abdolmohammadi, 1987; Brown, 1989). Accounting researchers applied various AI technologies and techniques with some success to specific tasks in financial reporting and analysis (Lam, 2004 ; Chukwuani Egiyi, 2020), as well as in auditing and assurance (Hansen and Messier, 1982; Murphy and Brown, 1992 ; Ukpong et al. 2019) and in other areas. The most well-developed area of AI literature in the accounting discipline involves the development and use of expert systems (Zhao et al., 2004). The expansion of research into expert systems and other AI applications for accounting tasks began in the 1980s. These applications have been proposed, studied and developed in auditing (Abdolmohammadi, 1987; Zemánková, 2019), taxation Brown and Streit, 1988 ; Huang (2018)), management accounting (Sangster, 1996) and financial accounting and analysis (Haven, 1998 ; Mohammad et al. (2020).
Moreover, we invite authors to adopt multi-disciplinary perspectives and integrative frameworks to better grasp the levers and inhibitors of a better inclusive sustainability. Authors are invited to consider a large spectrum of reactions, decisions, policies, etc. and to circumscribe and assess their impact on organizations and their stakeholders’ decision-making process, their attitude and behavior as well as on the requirements to successfully navigate the post-crisis environment for a sustainable future. Papers addressing new methodologies in dealing with these issues are also welcomed.
Topics of interest
Conference for interdisciplinary discussions and exchange of ideas on the adoption of innovative technologies in accounting and finance, bringing together academic and industry experts. The topics we will cover include (but are not limited to):
- Intelligent Financial Reporting
- Intelligent Audit
- Intelligent Expense Management
- Tax Compliance and Optimization
- Fraud Detection
- Financial Forecasting and Planning
- Predictive Analytics
- AI ethics in accounting: transparency, accountability and ethical decision-making.
- Ethical implication of AI in accounting
- Explainable AI in financial decision making
- AI driven personnel finance management
- Personalized Financial Insights
- The impact of AI on the accounting profession: changing skills and added value
- Natural Language processing in financial reporting.
- Deep learning in accouting and finance
- Time series forecasting in accouting, finance and economics
- Increased productivity
- Innovation and new business opportunities
- Job transformation
- Economic growth
- Ethical and policy challenge
- Risk management
- Predictive Analysis
- Supply chain optimization
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- Brown, S.W. and Swartz, T.A. (1989) A Gap Analysis of Professional Service Quality. Journal of Marketing, 53, 92-98.
- Chukwuani, V. N., & Egiyi, M. A. (2020). Automation of Accounting Processes: Impact of Artificial Intelligence. International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS), 4, 444-449.
- Lam, A. (2004). Organizational Innovation. Brunel Research in Enterprise, Innovation, Sustainability & Ethics, Working Papers No. 1.
- Ukpong, E. G., Udoh, I. I., & Essien, I. T. (2019). Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities, Issues and Applications in Banking, Accounting, and Auditing in Nigeria. Asian Journal of Economics, Business and Accounting,
- Zhao, G. ; Wang, A. ; Tang, Y. ; Hu, Z., 2004. Research on the nutrient constituents and medicinal values of Fagopyrum cymosum seeds. Proc. 9th Int. Symp. Buckwheat, Prague 2004, 669-673
- Zemánková, A. (2019). Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain in Audit and Accounting: Literature Review. WSEAS Transactions on Business and Economics, 16, 568-581.
- Huang, Yuanyuan; Zhu, Dan; Ciais, Philippe; Guenet, Bertrand; Huang, Ye; Goll, Daniel S; Guimberteau, Matthieu; Jornet-Puig, Albert; Lu, Xingjie; Luo, Yiqi (2018): Demonstration code and input data for Matrix-based sensitivity assessment of soil organic carbon storage: A case study from the ORCHIDEE-MICT model. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.891344.
Panelists and contributors
- Mohamed Elouadi, Professor in Management Information ystems ISGT, Tunis University, Tunisia
- Mohamed Boutahar, Associate professor in Quantitative Aix- Marseille University, Institute of mathematics of Marseille, France
- Lotfi Boumediene, Associate professor in Accounting, Illinois, Spring field University, USA
- Karim Sethom, Chartered Accountant, OECT member, Tunisia
- Dr. Mohamed Naima, Internal Audit Expert, Former president of ATAI, Tunisia
Conference General Chair
Professor Chokri Slim, Head of MOCFINE Laboratory
- Prof. Chedly Baccouche
- Prof. Fethi ElBekri
- Prof. Emna Boumediene
- Prof. Mouna Ben Rjeb
- HDR.Abdel Aziz Essaiem
- HDR. Mondher Letaif
- HDR. Foued Ben Said
- Dr. Mouna Baccouri
- Dr. Abdel Beki Cherni,
- Dr. Kaouther Korbi,
- Dr. Taha Smaili
- Dr. Neila Bel Haj
Executive organizing committee
- HDR Wided Bouain
- Dr. Héla Harrathi
- Eng. Ridha Belloumi.
- Khaouther Hmida
- Ahlem Omri
- Meriem Gaiess
- Fares Zakhama
- Ghaith Jemai
- Lina Ben Kheder
- Rihab Ben Marzouk
Ezzeddine Abaoub (FSEG Nabeul), Nadia Abaoub (ESC Tunis), Habib Affes (FSEG Sfax), Jamel Azibi (FSJEG Jendouba), Chedli Baccouche (ISCAE), Rafik Baccouche (FSEG Tunis), Sami Bacha (FSEG Sousse), Achwak Barguellil (FSJEG Jendouba), Lotfi Belgacem (IHEC Sousse), Dorsaf Ben Aissia (ISCAE), Anis Ben Amar (ESC Sfax), Sana Ben Ghodhbane (IHEC Carthage), Khoutem Ben Jedidia (ISCAE), Mouna Ben Rjab (ISCAE), Moufida Ben Saada (ISIG Kairouan), Slim Ben Youssef (ESC Tunis), Adel Boubaker (FSEG Tunis), Heni Boubaker (IHEC Sousse), Rym Bouderbala (ISCAE),Samir Boudabous (FSEG SFAX), Talel Boufateh (ESC Tunis), Saoussen Boujelbène (ESC Sfax), Neila Boulila (IHEC Carthage), Emna Boumediene (ISCAE), Houssem Bouzgarrou (ISFF Sousse), Raida Chakroun (IHEC Carthage), Hasna Cheibi (FSEG Tunis), Houyem Chekki (ISCAE), Walid Chkili (FSEG Tunis), Saida Damak (IHEC Carthage), Salma Damak (IHEC Carthage), Fathi El Bekri (ISCAE), Abdelaziz El Hakimi (FSJEG Jendouba), Sarra Elleuch (ISCAE), Dorra Ellouze (ESC Tunis), Abdelwahed El Omri (ISG Tunis), Abdelaziz Essayem (ISCAE), Abdeljelil Farhat (FSEG Mahdia), Hssouna Fdhila (MOCFINE), Said Gattoufi (ISG Tunis), Samiha Gharbi (ISCAE), Mongi Gharsallaoui (ESC Tunis), Houda Guermazi (ENSI Manouba), Mounira Hamed (FSEG Tunis), Manel Hedriche (FSEG Nabeul), Slaheddine Hellara (ISG Tunis), Jameleddine Henchiri (ISG Gabes), Dorra Hmaied (IHEC Carthage), Samia Karoui (FSEG Tunis), Imen Khanchel (ESC Tunis), Hichem Khlif (FSEG Sfax), Faker Klibi (ESSEC Tunis), Aida Krichen (ISG Sousse), Azhar Lajmi (ISG Tunis), Naima Lassoued (ESC Tunis), Hatem Mansali (ESC Tunis), Sana Masmoudi (ESC Sfax), Hamadi Matoussi (ISCAE), Yosra Mnif (FSEG Sfax), Hanen Moalla (ISCAE), Ghassen Montasser (ESC Tunis), Olfa Nafti (ISCAE), Kamel Naoui (ESC Tunis), Hidaya Othmani (FSJEG Jendouba), Nadia Ouertani (ESC Tunis), Ahmed Atef Oussii (FSEG Tunis), Mohamed Taher Rajhi (FSEG Tunis), Bouthaina Regaieg (FSJEG Jendouba), Hatem Salah (ESC Tunis), Saber Sebai (ISCAE), Chokri Slim (ISCAE), Samir Srairi (ESC Tunis), Sofien Toumi (ISCAE), Mohamed Ali Trabelsi (FSEG Tunis), Amel Znaidi (IHEC Carthage), Faten Zoghlami (ISCAE), Mahmoud Zouaoui (ESC Tunis).
- Manuscripts must be original and unpublished and not under review for publication elsewhere. Success in the review process will not guarantee publication in the special and regular issues supporting this LIC’2022 edition, but to be accepted for publication in these special issues, papers need to be presented at the conference. Authors of selected best short/full papers will be invited to submit a final full version of their contribution for a potential publication in special issues.
- Article files should be written in English or in French and provided in Microsoft Word format. Please ensure that the text is in Times New Roman font style, font size 12, with 1.5 spacing.
Articles files should include:
- A cover sheet (page 1) including the title of the paper, the author’s name(s), title(s), institutional affiliations and contact details, with the primary contact person designated.
- A structured abstract on page 2: authors must supply a structured abstract (maximum 250 words in total) set out under 7 sub-headings:
1) Purpose; 2) Design/methodology/approach; 3) Findings; 4) Research limitations/implications; 5) Practical implications; 6) Originality/value; 7) Keywords: a maximum of 4 relevant and short keywords.
- Starting from page 3, a short paper and a full paper should be prepared as follows:
- Literature review
- Research limitations/implications
A selection of the best conference papers will be considered for publication in the following special and regular issues of ranked journals :
- International Journal of Economics and Management sciences.
- World journal of management and economics
- Academics: 350 TND
- Ph.D. students: 300 TND
- Business participants : 400 TND
- Online participants : 200 TND
Conference fees cover hotel accommodation, participation to all sessions, 3 coffee breaks and all drinks, 2 lunchs, dinner, Social program: closing breakfast and conference pack.
At least one of the authors of accepted papers is required to register for the conference AND to present the accepted contribution at the time designated in the conference program. Any research submission accepted for presentation but not presented at the conference will NOT appear nor be acknowledged in the official conference program.
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