The Asian Review of Accounting publishes research papers, commentary notes, book reviews and article abstracts that address significant issues in the fields of accounting, auditing, taxation and financial management, which are of relevance to the countries and regions of Asia and the Pacific.
Papers should be analytical and may be empirically based (including the use of survey, field study and laboratory study or case study methods), or review and appositely theoretically based. Studies of comparative practices or intercultural research reports are also encouraged. Emphasis is placed on direct and clearly understood communication, instructiveness, originality and scholarly merit.
To provide a balanced presentation of ideas, the journal solicits contributions from the fields of: financial accounting, management accounting, auditing, accounting information systems, financial management, taxation, social and environmental accounting and accounting education. Perspectives or viewpoints arising from a provincial, national or international focus, a private or public sector information need, or a socialist or capitalist set of influences are greatly welcomed. Manuscripts that present viewpoints should address issues of wide interest among accounting scholars in Asia and the Pacific.
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