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Read the first two issues of the newly launched Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies.

Emerald is pleased to announce that the inaugural issue of the Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies has published. The Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies (JAEE) is the sister publication to the Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies (RAEE) research annuals. The general papers published in JAEE will complement the more thematically-based paper collections in RAEE. Together, JAEE and RAEE are intended to provide an authoritative overview of accounting research and progress in emerging economies.

The first issue contains four excellent articles:

Voluntary disclosure and risk in an emerging market
Omaima A. G. Hassan, Brunel University, UK
Gianluigi Giorgioni, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Peter Romilly, Ecmetrika Consultancy & Research, UK
David M. Power, University of Dundee, UK

Risk-Relevance of Fair Value Income Measures under IAS 39 and IAS 40
Bashar S. Al-Yaseen, Insurance Commission of Jordan
Husam Aldeen Al-Khadash, Hashemite University, Jordan

Privatisation and Electricity Sector Reforms in Brazil: Accounting Perspective
Cláudio de Araújo Wanderley, University of Brasília, Brazil
John Cullen, University of Sheffield, UK
Mathew Tsamenyi, University of Birmingham, UK

A Story about IAS/IFRS Implementation in Romania – An Institutional and Structuration Theory Perspective
Nadia Albu, Cătălin Nicolae Albu, Ştefan Bunea, Daniela Artemisa Calu and Maria Mădălina Girbina
Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Romania

To read the articles in this issue for free, click on the link to the New Launch Free Access Calendar and follow the access instructions. You will be able to access, free of charge, all content from this journal (including the EarlyCited papers for issue 1.2) and two other featured journals for a period of two months.

Please note that the 1.2 papers have been made available via our pre-publication system, EarlyCite, and as such appear here as final draft versions, having not yet undergone the editing process.

This period of complimentary access will expire on 31st May 2011.

The editors are currently assessing papers for inclusion in forthcoming issues. For more information on how to submit manuscripts please consult the journal’s author guidelines. If you would like to be notified about future issues, you can register to the journal table of contents alerts. We have also made available a recommendation form on the journal web site if you wish to recommend the journal to your librarian. Please do not hesitate to forward details of the online access to any of your peers, colleagues and students that may be interested in the content. We would also encourage you to share this announcement on any social networks or listservs you may be subscribed to.