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Journal of Financial Reporting & Accounting

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About the Journal

The Journal of Financial Reporting & Accounting (ISSN: 1985-2517, provides a valuable forum for the publication of research papers and book reviews that address significant issues on financial reporting and accounting. JFRA aspires to promote interdisciplinary and international understanding on financial reporting and accounting. JFRA aims to publish papers that bridge the gap between accounting theory and practice. JFRA encourages submissions of high quality manuscripts that have an impact upon academia, accounting practice and society. Research paper should be analytical and may be empirical or theoretically based.

Editorial Criteria

Manuscripts submitted to the journal will be initially be screened by the editors, to determine their appropriateness for publication. Only those considered appropriate will follow a double blind refereeing process by editorial advisory and review board members.

Paper submitted should be original and not currently under review by another journals.

Conference papers may be considered if the paper is not originally copyrighted and has been revised substantially.


JFRA solicits scholarly research papers from the following areas:

  • Financial reporting
  • Financial accounting
  • Forensic accounting
  • Financial reporting of intangible assets and intellectual capital
  • Public sector accounting
  • Accounting for human capital
  • Accounting for specialized industry
  • Accounting education & ethics
  • Accounting information system
  • Islamic accounting and reporting
  • Management Accounting
  • Social and environmental reporting
  • Finance
  • Auditing
  • Taxation
  • Interdisciplinary studies related to financial reporting and accounting

Submission Procedures

Submissions may be made in the form of MS Word files submitted via e-mail to [email protected] or to managing and associate editors.

Assoc Prof Dr Lai Ming Ling [email protected]

Dr. Radiah Othman [email protected]

Assoc Prof Dr Huang Ching Choo [email protected]

Paper Submission Guidelines

Format: Times New Roman
Font: 12 point font size, double spacing
Length: Maximum 7,000 words
Title: As short as possible or not more than 8 words
A structured abstract: Maximum 250 words (please refer to Emerald’s guide)
Keywords: 6 words or phrases
Referencing style: Harvard style
Biographical notes: Full name, position, affiliation, e-mail address and full international contact details (to provide in a separate cover page).

All referencing should be carefully checked for completeness, accuracy and consistency.

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