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Asian Academy of Management Journal of Accounting and Finance

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Asian Academy of Management Journal of Accounting and Finance

OVERVIEW:

Discipline(s) / Subdiscipline(s):

     1. Social Sciences
         - Business & administration
         - Economics & finance

E-ISSN: 2180-4192
Print ISSN: 1823-4992
Publisher: Universiti Sains Malaysia
Publication type: Print & Electronic
Publication frequency: 2 time(s) per year
Journal Website: http://web.usm.my/journal/aamjaf/main.htm

Contact Info

Editor-in-Chief
Asian Academy of Management Journal of Accounting and Finance (AAMJAF)
Graduate School of Business
Universiti Sains Malaysia
11800 Pulau Pinang
Malaysia

E-mail: ruhani@usm.my or aamjaf@usm.my

The Asian Academy of Management Journal of Accounting and Finance (AAMJAF) is a peer reviewed journal published twice a year (March and September) by the Asian Academy of Management (AAM) and Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia. It is a specialized journal focusing on research in Accounting and Finance. The editorial committee of AAMJAF is committed towards ensuring publication of articles that meet high quality standards through its blind review process. AAMJAF is carried in the databases of EBSCOHOST and SCOPUS and is included under the Australian Excellence in Research (ERA) Ranked Journal List.

AIMS AND SCOPE
To provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and dissemination of empirical findings and analytical research in the specialized areas of accounting and finance with special emphasis on scholarly works with policy implications for countries in the Asia Pacific. The following are some of the topical subject areas relevant to the journal (but are not limited to):

Accounting
1. Financial reporting and accounting standards
2. Auditing issues
3. Value based accounting and its relevance
4. Theory of accounting firm
5. Environmental auditing
6. Corporate governance issues
7. Public sector accounting

Finance
1. Valuation of financial assets
2. International capital flows
3. Ownership and agency theory
4. Stock market behavior
5. Investment and portfolio management
6. Islamic banking and finance
7. Microstructures of financial markets

EDITORIAL INFORMATION:

Editor-in-Chief

Professor Dato Dr Ruhani Ali

Editorial Board

EDITORS
  • Effiezal Aswadi ABDUL WAHAB (Curtin University of Technology)
  • Chee Wooi HOOY (Universiti Sains Malaysia)
  • Lian Kee PHUA (Universiti Sains Malaysia)
EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
  1. Obiyathulla Ismath BACHA (International Islamic University Malaysia)
  2. Niamh BRENNAN (University College Dublin)
  3. Ferdinand A. GUL (Monash University)
  4. M. Kabir HASSAN (University of New Orleans)
  5. Janice C.Y. HOW (Queensland University of Technology)
  6. Dato’ Daing Nasir IBRAHIM (Universiti Malaysia Pahang)
  7. Mansor IBRAHIM (International Islamic University Malaysia)
  8. Christine MALLIN (University of East Anglia)
  9. Fauzias MAT NOR (Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia)
  10. Nandkumar NAYAR (Lehigh University)
  11. Norman H. MOORE (University of Connecticut)
  12. Normah OMAR (Universiti Teknologi MARA)
  13. I.M. PANDEY (Asian Institute of Technology)
  14. Bala RAMASAMY (China Europe International Business School)
  15. S. Ghon RHEE (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
  16. Christine RYAN (Queensland University of Technology)
  17. Ichiro SHIOBARA (Nagoya Keizai University)
  18. Nava SUBRAMANIAM (Deakin University)
  19. Peter W. WOLNIZER (University of Sydney)
  20. Karen VAN PEURSEM (The University of Waikato)

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

1. Manuscripts must be submitted through the online submission and peer review system, ScholarOne Manuscripts™. Authors should first register at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/aamjaf

2. To permit anonymity for refereeing, the author’s name(s) should not appear on the manuscript. Attach a cover page containing the title of the article, the name and affiliation of each author with complete correspondence information. Please also indicate the corresponding author.

3. The first page of the manuscript should only show the title of the manuscript and to include a 100-150 words abstract followed by not more than six keywords identifying the main areas of the paper.

4. Footnotes where possible should be avoided. Acknowledgements if any should be placed at the end of the manuscript. Authors are responsible for the accuracy of the citations made. All references should be identified in the text by placing cited author’s last name followed by a bracket, e.g. Chang (2003). Page number is to be added when the reference is to a specific page or is a quotation, e.g. Chang (2003, p.24). If there are more than two authors, the first author’s last name should be cited followed by et al.

5. Tables should be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals followed by a brief title and be referred to in the text. Each table is to be typed on a separate sheet.

6. All diagrams and graphs should be referred to as Figures and be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals followed by a title, in the order they are referred to in the text. Each figures should be placed on a separate sheet.

7. The Journal adopts the APA referencing system. All references should be listed in alphabetical order. See the followings for examples:

Chang, S. (1998). Takeovers of privately held targets, methods of payment and bidder returns. Journal of Finance, 53(2), 773-784.

Monks, R.A.G. and Minow, N. (2003). Corporate Governance. United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing.
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