Editor: Donna Bobek Schmitt
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Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research publishes high-quality behavioral research in all areas of accounting including financial, auditing, taxation, managerial, and information systems. This series focuses on research that examines both individual and organizational behavior relative to accounting. Theoretical papers and papers based upon empirical research (experimental, field, survey, and qualitative based research methods) are appropriate.
Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research promotes research that encompasses all areas of accounting that incorporates theory from and contributes knowledge and understanding to the fields of applied psychology, sociology, management science, and economics. This series has a specific interest in the development of new theory and insights into the use of existing theory.
Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research encourages research that tests theory, explains theory, and develops theory that can be applied to better understand accounting domains. Accordingly, reviews of established theory and how that theory has and could be used in accounting are also strongly encouraged.
Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research is essential reading for faculty, doctoral students, and other researchers who are involved in behavioral research in accounting. The series:
• Acts as a forum for development, discussion, and expansion of basic theories from psychology, sociology, and related disciplines.
• Provides a unique opportunity for the exchange of peer reviewed knowledge across all areas of accounting behavioral research.
Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research encourages faculty, doctoral students and other researchers from throughout the world to share their research with an international audience. Contributors from across the globe that focus on behavioral issues and research which will affect and inform any area of accounting are welcome to submit work for consideration in the series.
The series encourages well-written articles with a focus on individual or organizational issues related to accounting. Coverage includes, but is not restricted to:
• Individual judgment/decision making
• Group decision making
• Organizational behavior
• Inter-organizational relationships
• Technology integration
• Strategic management/organizational theory
• Theory development
• Theory review
Donna Bobek Schmitt is an Associate Professor and the first Kenneth G. Dixon Research Fellow at the Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting at the University of Central Florida. She has been at UCF since receiving her PhD from the University of Florida in 1997. She has an active research agenda which focuses on taxpayer and tax professional judgment and decision-making, with an emphasis on ethical decision-making. Donna has published in a number of academic journals including Accounting, Organizations & Society, the Journal of the American Taxation Association, Behavioral Research in Accounting, Journal of Business Ethics, Advances in Taxation and Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research. She was recently named the incoming editor of Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research. She teaches undergraduate and graduate tax courses (Taxation of Business Entities, Tax Research and Contemporary Tax Topics) and has received several teaching awards at the graduate and undergraduate level. She is a member of the American Accounting Association, the American Taxation Association, the National Tax Association and the Accounting Behavior and Organizations Section. She is an active participant in mentoring PhD students including serving as chair of a dissertation committee. She is also active in service at the university and in professional organizations. She is currently the Beta Alpha Psi advisor, co-coach of the School’s Tax Team which competes in the Deloitte Tax Team challenge each year (2nd in nation in 2010), on the editorial board of the Journal of the American Taxation Association, and is a member/chair of several school and college committees. She is also a licensed CPA in the state of Florida.
Contact information for Editor:
Donna Bobek Schmitt, PhD, CPA
Associate Professor and Kenneth G. Dixon Research Fellow
Editor, Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research
Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting
University of Central Florida
PO Box 161400
Orlando, FL 32816-1400
B. Douglas Clinton, Northern Illinois University, USA
Ronald Daigle, Sam Houston State University, USA
Amy Hageman, Kansas State University, USA
Robin Radtke, Clemson University, USA
Sean Robb, University of Central Florida, USA
Sally Wright, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA
Editorial Advisory Board
Vicky Arnold, University of Central Florida, USA
Rick Hatfield, University of Alabama, USA
Charlie Bailey, University of Memphis, USA
Jordan Lowe, Arizona State University, USA
Allen Blay, Florida State University, USA
Anne Magro, George Mason University, USA
Charles Cho, Essec University, France
Linda Matuszewski, Northern Illinois University, USA
Bryan Church, Georgia Tech University, USA
Rob Pinsker, Florida Atlantic University, USA
Anna Cianci, Wake Forest University, USA
Tim Rupert, Northeastern University, USA
Brian Daugherty, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
Mike Schaub, Texas A&M University, USA
Diana Falsetta, University of Miami, USA
Steve Sutton, University of Central Florida, USA
Clark Hampton, University of Waterloo, Canada
Kristin Wentzel, LaSalle University, USA
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All manuscripts should be electronic submitted to the Editor. The manuscript will then be assigned to an associate editor and forwarded to reviewers via e-mail. Please incorporate all text, tables, and figures into a Word document before submitting. Also, include a separate Word document with a complete copy of the experimental materials or survey instruments. Manuscripts will be blind-reviewed.
Please send the electronic documents to Donna Bobek Schmitt at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are unable to submit your manuscript electronically, please forward the manuscript along with the experimental materials to the postal address outlined above.
Manuscript Preparation Guidelines:
Your manuscript should include a Title Page, which should contain the following information: (1) the title, (2) the name(s) and institutional affiliation(s) of the author(s), (3) contact information for all authors. This should be followed by an Abstract, Main Text, Endnotes, Acknowledgements, Appendix, References, Figures, and Tables.
References should generally follow the APA (American Psychological Association) standard. References should be indicated by giving (in parentheses) the author’s name followed by the date of the journal or book; or with the date in parentheses, as in ‘suggested by Bedard (2006)’. As this is a professional publication, authors should avoid the use of personal pronouns throughout the manuscript.
Where there are more than two authors, use the form Cho, Hageman and Phillips (2008) for the first appearance of a citation and Cho et al. (2008) for subsequent citations, but list all authors in the references. Quotations of more than one line of text from cited works should be indented and citation should include the page number of the quotation; e.g. (Chan et al. 2009: 115).
Citations for all articles referenced in the text of the manuscript should be shown in alphabetical order in the Reference list at the end of the manuscript. Only articles referenced in the text should be included in the Reference list. Format for references is as follows:
Nelson, M.W., J.A. Elliott, and R.L. Tarpley. (2002). Evidence from auditors about managers’ and auditors’ earnings management decisions. The Accounting Review, 77, 175-202.
Ashton, R.H. & Ashton, A.H. (1995). Judgment and decision-making research in accounting and auditing. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
For a thesis:
Hageman, A. (2001). Understanding the antecedents and consequences of sales & use tax policy: Evidence from three studies. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Central Florida.
For a working paper:
Thorne, L., Massey, D.W., & Magnan, M. (2000). Insights into selection-socialization in the audit profession: An examination of the moral reasoning of public accountants in the United States and Canada. Working paper: York University, North York, Ontario.
For papers from conference proceedings, chapters from book etc.:
Messier, W.F. (1995). Research in and development of audit decision aids. In R.H. Ashton & A.H. Ashton (ed.), Judgment and Decision Making in Accounting and Auditing (207-230). New York: Cambridge University Press.
Accounting and valuation is my main area of my research. The mix of behavioural science with accounting data makes things interesting to see and observe, the abnormalities of data linked with human behaviour. My personal research area is Ohlson (1995) Model that link the accounting results to market valuation. Behavioural aspect is quite interesting in this regard. Imtiaz, Research Scholar, University of Lille
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