Academics Beyond Boundaries Journal of Accounting and Finance

An Open Access Journal

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Editorial Office:

email:  editor@acabb.com

ISSN online

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6 issues per year

 

About the Journal

Academics Beyond Boundaries Journal of Accounting and Finance is dedicated to publishing research in a wide range of accounting and finance topics. The journal accepts papers with local, national, regional and international implications, and is not limited to any research method or methodology. Qualitative, quantitative, theoretical, or empirical research articles are welcomed. The Journal accepts manuscripts written in English only.

The Open Access Policy

Academics Beyond Boundaries Journal of Accounting and Finance is an open access journal. The objective of this approach is to improve access to knowledge, and to increase the dissemination and exchange of research results. All accepted papers will require an article processing charge of $500 payable after acceptance to cover publication cost.

 

Benefits of publishing open access include:

  • Increase citation and usage.

  • Greater public engagement.

  • Increase interdisciplinary conversation.

  • Wider collaboration with other researchers worldwide.

  • Greater visibility of research and researchers.

Topics include:

Topics may include, but not limited to:

Accounting

Accounting Information Systems

Accounting Theory

Advanced Accounting

Advanced Auditing

Auditing

Financial Reporting

Financial Statement Analysis

Forensic Accounting

Government and Not-For-Profit Accounting

Intermediate Accounting

Internal Auditing

International Accounting

Financial Accounting

Management Accounting

Cost Accounting

Management Control Systems​​

Taxation ​

Tax Practice and Procedure

Taxation of Individuals

Taxes and Business Decisions

Business Statistics and Quantitative Methods

Business Forecasting

Business Statistics

Mathematical Methods in Business

Quantitative Methods for Business

Business Simulation

Decision Science Software

Linear Programming

Management Science

Mathematical Programming

Network Programming

Operations Research

Finance

Corporate Finance

Cases in Finance

Corporate Risk Management

Finance Theory

Financial Analysis and Planning

Financial Economics

Financial Statement Analysis

Mergers and Acquisitions

Public Finance

Valuation

Finance and E-Business

Financial Markets and Institutions

Commercial Bank Management

Financial Institutions Management

Financial Management of Non-Profit Organizations

Financial Markets and Institutions

Money and Capital Markets

Insurance

International Banking

International Finance

International Financial Markets

Islamic Finance

Bond Markets

Derivatives

Financial Engineering and Risk Management

Fixed Income Securities

Futures

Graduate Investments

International Investments

Investing in Stock Markets

Investment Banking

Options and Futures

Portfolio Analysis

Venture Capital

Personal Finance

Professional Financial Planning

Guidelines for Authors

All submitted papers will be reviewed by our editorial team, and will go through a double-blind peer review process. Academics Beyond Boundaries Journal of Accounting and Finance adopts a Zero Tolerance policy on the Plagiarism. All papers submitted for publication are checked using plagiarism software as the first step of the review process. All submitted articles must be original research, not under review by other journals, or published previously. Papers need to be 4,000 words or more, and may not exceed 10,000 words. Submitted papers should be formatted based on APA style. 

Submission Checklist

Authors are required to check the following list before submitting their papers:

  • The paper has not been previously published in any language.

  • The paper is not being considered by another journal.

  • The submission file is in Microsoft Word format

  • The paper is more than 4000 words, and less than 10,000.

  • The paper is formatted based on APA style.

  • All illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text, rather than at the end.