Editor: Professor Mathew Tsamenyi and Prof. Shahzad Uddin
Subject: Accounting and Finance (view other series in this subject area)
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The objective of Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies is to raise the level of interest in the specific problems of accounting in emerging economies; and increase awareness of real issues, so that accounting in these countries will not just be seen as a matter of copying what is done in the industrialized countries. RAEE is intended to provide an authoritative overview of accounting research and progress in emerging economies.
RAEE arose out of the belief that the international accounting literature should devote more attention to the study of the accounting problems and issues of emerging economies (developing and newly industrialized countries). Through an increasing awareness of the real issues and the accounting practices advocated in it, these works have become relevant to the actual needs of its readers, and is making real contributions to the accounting development process of emerging economies. This growth necessitates a dedicated series to cater for the needs of academics focusing on accounting issues in emerging economies.
RAEE is essential reading for all academics, researchers and practitioners in all areas of accounting. This series:
• Act as a forum for the debate and publication of papers focusing specifically on accounting research in emerging economies
• Encourages research in accounting and economic development making it attractive to development policy makers
• Provides coverage in the broad area of accounting and finance
• Allows a unique opportunity to establish working networks of professions and industries including International financial institutions (World Bank, etc); Governments and public sector institutions in Emerging Economies; Consultants working in emerging economies; Managers of private sector organisations in emerging economies; and NGOs
RAEE has already an established market base having been published since 1990 as an authoritative series on accounting issues in emerging economies. The target market is in both emerging and developed countries. Academics, policy makers and professional accountants in Emerging economies would particularly be interested in this outlet. Also, a significant number of academics in Western institutions have interest in accounting issues in emerging economies.
Papers are invited that fall within the scope and objectives of the series. Papers can be empirical or review of current or contemporary debates and could adopt diverse methodological and theoretical approaches. Papers that highlight the policy or practice of accounting in emerging economies are also welcome. Coverage includes, but is not restricted to:
• Education, training, and the role of professional accounting bodies.
• Financial reporting and accounting standards.
• Corporate governance
• Management accounting issues.
• The impact of structural adjustment programmes and international financial agencies on accounting practices.
• Accounting, regulation, and privatization.
• Accounting and accountability issues in the public sector, NGOs, multinational corporations.
• Accounting practices in family businesses.
• The impact of culture, ethnicity, and history on accounting.
• The role of accounting in socio-economic development and poverty reduction.
• Theoretical approaches to accounting.
Professor Mathew Tsamenyi is Professor of Management Accounting at the Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham in the UK. Professor Tsamenyi has published numerous articles in leading international accountancy Journals including Management Accounting Research, Accounting Auditing and Accountability Journal, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Accounting Forum, Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, Accounting Education: An International Journal and Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change. He is on the editorial review board of several journals and regularly reviews for several journals including Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal and Critical Perspectives on Accounting. Professor Tsamenyi’s current research focuses on understanding management accounting; corporate governance; and public sector reforms and control and accountability issues in emerging economies. He has obtained research funding from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and the Nuffield Foundation of the UK.
Professor Mathew Tsamenyi
Professor of Management Accounting
Birmingham Business School
University of Birmingham
Birmingham, B15 2TT
Prof. Shahzad Uddin is a Professor in Accounting at Essex Business School, University of Essex, UK. He is founding chair of a special interest group on research in accounting in emerging economies in British Accounting Association. Prof. Uddin has published numerous articles in top ranked accounting journals in the UK and USA including Accounting, Organizations and Society, Accounting Auditing and Accountability Journal, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Accounting Forum, Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, Development and Change, Journal of International Banking Law and Regulations etc. He has obtained and completed a number of research projects sponsored by various funding agencies in the UK including CIMA, the Nuffield Foundation and the British Academy. He has already finished or currently working on research projects on management accounting change in various countries including Greece, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Malaysia and other ASEAN and African countries.
Prof. Shahzad Uddin
Professor in Accounting
Essex Business School
University of Essex
Chair, ALDEE (Accounting in Less Developed and Emerging Economies), BAA (British Accounting Association)
Professor Trevor Hopper, School of Business, Management and Economics, University of Sussex
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