AIMS AND SCOPE OF THE JOURNAL
The European Accounting and Management Review (EAMR) is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to contribute to the advancement of scientific and technical knowledge in the fields of accounting and management, through publishing of research papers, including those which analyze problems of the research activities in these disciplines.
EAMR articles are built in a framework of a theory and contribute to management practice using a variety of empirical methods (quantitative, qualitative, field, laboratory, meta-analytic, and combination). Research papers written from the theoretical and methodological perspective of other disciplines -such as economics, industrial engineering, law, management science, operations and other social sciences- are accepted as long as they include an interface with accounting and management and contribute to the study and understanding of organizations. Work published should be of interest of accountants and organizational experts, whether they work in industry, the public sector, in consulting, or in academic institutions.
EAMR is published by the Catalan Association of Accounting and Management (Associació Catalana de Comptabilitat i Direcció, ACCID), an association founded in 2002 with the intention of becoming a nexus for professionals and academics working in the field of accounting and management. Currently, ACCID has more than 10.000 associate members and is oriented towards the following objectives: Improving the transparency of financial information, the promotion of best practices in the disclosure of financial information. The existence of a platform for debate and opinion about accounting issues, the promotion of research and the dissemination of new developments regarding accounting and management and, finally, the organization of conferences, seminars and conferences.
EAMR provides authors and academics many benefits, such as free PDFs of the articles published, special discounts for ACCID publications and much more.