This Journal focuses on interactions of accounting, accountability and performance, and it is addressed to academic and professional audiences. The Journal encourages original research papers that address issues on how accounting information facilitates corporate accountability and performance.
Accountability is defined at a broader level to include both direct and indirect stakeholders. Performance can be financial or non-financial. We invite papers that make theoretical as well as empirical contributions across a wide range of research designs including archival, experimental, case studies, field studies and surveys. The scope of research can be international, national, organisational or interpersonal.
Areas of interest include but are not limited to:
- organisational performance and accountability
- the role of accounting information in corporate governance and performance
- the role of accounting information in risk management and accountability
- environmental management and sustainable development
- accountability and governance in both public and private sectors.
All papers submitted to the Journal will only be published subject to double-blind review. The Co-editors reserve the right to accept other items of interest such as Discussion Papers and Book Reviews. Authors intending to submit papers are advised to refer to the Notes to Authors, which can be found in each issue and on this website.
Accounting, Accountability & Performance is published by the Griffith Business School, Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Griffith University, Australia. The views expressed in Accounting, Accountability & Performance are those of the individual authors and contributors and do not reflect the opinions of Griffith University.
Accounting, Accountability & Performance is published twice a year. Please refer to the Subscription page for subscription details. Abstracts of previously published articles are available on this website under Previous issues. Full articles are available online at EBSCO, ProQuest and RMIT Publishing databases. Individual articles are also available for purchase.