The Review of Accounting and Finance exists to publish high quality research papers in both accounting and finance.
The journal encourages work that offers a global perspective, especially given the international composition of the Editorial Advisory Board. The new editors see contributions from all paradigms as essential contributions to the advancement of knowledge in both accounting and finance.
The scope of the journal is broad. It publishes innovative empirical, behavioural, theoretical and historical articles on accounting and finance issues, including the role of accounting internal and external communications on capital market valuation, papers related to microstructure, asset pricing and corporate financial decision making, users' and preparers' behaviour and public policy.
A distinctive feature of the journal is that it recognises and supports the multiparadigmatic nature of both accounting and finance.
The journal was founded by the highly regarded Emeritus Professor Ahmed Riahi-Belkaoui at the University of Illinois at Chicago in the USA. The journal is published in four issues per year, with high quality, double-blind peer-reviewed articles.
Academics and those working on research projects in higher-education facilities will find the material in this journal both invaluable and stimulating.
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