About the Journal

Journal of Accounting and Finance Review (JAFR) provides a central platform for accounting and finance researchers, faculty, and students to publish high-quality research work. JAFR aims to achieve quality publications with international standards, having academic ranking and practical contributions. It welcomes all kinds of emerging aspects in the field of management sciences. The idea is to fill the gap between theory and practice, opening new venues for decision-making and policymakers. The journal emphasizes the quality of research work and its applications to improve business practice.

The journal provides a platform to bring innovative ideas and discussions that will encourage debates on finding solutions to problems involving both business and academic communities.

Objectives of the Journal

The JAFR sets the following objectives:

  • Provide a platform for the researchers, students, and faculty of academic institutes to publish their research works and contribute to the field of accounting and finance.
  • Add to the knowledge economy and open avenues for contemporaneous research.
  • Provide solutions to the government and non-government organizations for better accounting and finance practices.

The Scope of the Journal

The journal welcomes theoretical and evidence-based empirical studies focusing on accounting and finance research. The following topics are covered in the JAFR.

Topics covered

Following is the list of topics (but not limited to) covered by JAFR:

  • Accounting information system
  • Behavioral finance
  • Corporate governance
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • Cryptocurrency
  • Digital accounting and accounting information systems
  • Earning management
  • Exchange rate exposure
  • Financial crises
  • Financial regulation
  • Financial reporting
  • Financial statement analysis
  • Financial stress testing.
  • Forecasting financial distress
  • International finance
  • Management accounting and control
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Money laundering
  • Risk management strategies, including the use of futures and options
  • Stock market analysis
  • Sustainability accounting, accountability and reporting
  • Tax regimes and tax avoidance