About the Journal

Focus and Scope

Aim and Vision

Its aim is to publish scholarly accounting, finance, economics and business technology research on issues which are relevant to the Asian region, especially those providing practical implications to promote better business decision making and public policy formulation.

An academic journal that aims to advance knowledge in the accounting and business disciplines, to narrow the gap between theory and practice, and to set direction for policy initiatives in Asia and in the broader global arena.

The Asian Accounting and Auditing Advancement (ISSN 2218-5666) is an international refereed journal, published twice a year by the Asian Business Consortium, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The journal covers a broad spectrum of accounting, finance, economics and business technology areas and its sub-areas. The journal publishes only original theoretical and empirical studies of the highest scientific quality, on topics in the following areas:
  •       Accounting and Financial Reporting
  •       Accounting and Management Control
  •       Accounting for Government and Local Authorities
  •       Accounting in Islamic Perspective
  •       Auditing and Internal Controlling
  •       Accounting Information system
  •       Corporate Governance in the Changing Scenario
  •       Corporate Sustainability Reporting
  •       Emerging Issues in Capital Markets
  •       Financial Analysis
  •       Finance and investments
  •       Financial and management accounting
  •       Financial economics
  •       Foreign Exchange Risk Management
  •       Foreign Exchange Risk Management
  •       Forensic Accounting
  •       Global Convergence of Accounting Standards
  •       Harmonization of Financial Accounting & Tax Accounting
  •       Impact of International Taxation on Accounting and Finance
  •       Management Information Systems
  •       Measurement & Reporting of Intangible Assets
  •       Measurement and Reporting of Environmental Impact
  •       Micro Finance
  •       Other Related International Business Topics
  •       Public-Private-Partnership and Accounting for Service Concession Arrangement
  •       Role of Accounting in the Recent Financial Meltdown
  •       Technology and Accounting
  •       Public sector accounting 
  •       Risk and insurance 
  •       Strategic management and business strategy
  •       Taxation
  •       Banking and Financial Institutions
  •       Tourism and hospitality
  •       Business Administration

Peer Review Process

AJASE follows Double-Blind Peer Review: Reviewers do not know the identity of the author(s), & the author(s) do not know the identity of the reviewer.

The papers review process is a double-blind one, the review being done simultaneously by a minimum of two members of the international scientific committee. 

The review criteria considered are the novelty and originality of the paper, the quality of research methodology, the organization and clarity, the reference to prior work, and the quality of results. The result of the review process can be accept, accept with revision, or reject. 

Authors will be informed of the outcome of the review process. Only articles accepted by the scientific committee will be published.