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Call for Contributions to the Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies

Launching in 2011, JAEE is the only journal to focus specifically on accounting research in emerging economies. A sister publication to the Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies (RAEE) book series, JAEE responds to the significant growth in interest in this area amongst researchers and practitioners. JAEE will publish empirical peer-reviewed papers addressing the specific problems of accounting in emerging economies. Using a variety of methodological and theoretical approaches, these papers will disseminate the latest findings, facilitate further research and discussion in this field and advance overall understanding of accounting and economic development.
JAEE will focus on:
• Accounting problems and issues in emerging economies
• Accounting research and progress in emerging economies
• Accounting and economic development.
Key research areas covered in the journal
Education, training, and the role of professional accounting bodies; Financial reporting and accounting standards; Auditing; 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.
Submission guidelines and further information
The Editors now invite contributions for potential publication in future volumes of this journal. JAEE will show-case empirical research papers which are based on diverse methodological and theoretical approaches and highlight the policy and practical implications of the research. Reviews of current debates will also be considered for inclusion. Each paper is reviewed by the Editors and, if judged suitable for publication, sent to two referees for double blind peer review. Based on their recommendations, the Editors decide whether the paper should be accepted as it is, revised or rejected. Papers should be between 3,000 and 6,000 words in length. For author submission guidelines, full editorial team details, and where to send papers see:
Please send submissions to:



Professor Mathew Tsamenyi, University of
Birmingham, UK
Dr Shahzad Uddin, University of Essex, UK