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Accounting, Organizations and Society

  • ISSN: 0361-3682
  • 5 Year impact factor: 6
  • Impact factor: 4.7
Accounting, Organizations & Society is a leading international interdisciplinary journal concerned with the relationships among accounting and human behaviour, organizational and institutional structures and processes, and the wider socio-political environment of the enterprise. It aims to challenge and extend our understanding of the roles of accounting and related emergent and calculative practices in the construction of economic and societal actors, and their modes of economic organizing, including ways in which such practices influence and are influenced by the development of market and other infrastructures. We aim to publish high quality work which draws upon diverse methodologies and theoretical developments from across the social sciences, and which illuminates the development, processes and effects of accounting within its organizational, political, historical and social contexts. AOS particularly wishes to attract innovative work which analyses accounting phenomena to advance theory development in, for example, the psychological, social psychological, organizational, sociological and human sciences. The journal's unique focus covers, but is not limited to, such topics as: • The roles of accounting in organizations and society; • The contribution of accounting practices to the emergence, maintenance and transformation of organizational and societal institutions; • The roles of accounting in the development of new organizational and institutional forms, both public and private; • The relationships between accounting, auditing, accountability, ethics and social justice; • Behavioural studies of accounting practices and the providers, verifiers, and users of accounting information, including cognitive aspects of accounting, judgment and decision-making processes, and the behavioural aspects of planning, control and valuation processes; • Organizational process studies of the design, implementation and use of accounting, information and management control systems; • Accounting for human actors, and the impact of accounting technologies upon human subjectivities and evaluations; • The roles of accounting in shaping the design, operation and delivery of public service providers, not-for-profit entities, government bodies, as well as local, national and transnational governmental organizations; • Social, organizational, political, and psychological studies of the standard-setting process, and the effects of accounting regulations and rules; • The roles and practices of audit, auditors and accounting firms in the construction and understanding of organizational and societal valuations; • Accounting for sustainability and the environment, including studies of environmental and social reporting; • Historical studies of the emergence, transformation and impact of accounting calculations, practices, and representations, including the development and the changing roles of accounting theories, techniques, individual and teams of practitioners and their firms, professional associations, and regulators. Benefits to authors We also provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Elsevier publications and much more. Please click here for more information on our author services. Please see our Guide for Authors for information on article submission. If you require any further information or help, please visit our Support Center
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Advances in Accounting

  • ISSN: 0882-6110
  • 5 Year impact factor: 2
  • Impact factor: 1.6
Founded in 1982, Advances in Accounting publishes original research that promises to advance our understanding of accounting over a diverse range of topics and research methods. The Journal welcomes research of significance across a wide range of basic and applied research methods including analytical, archival, experimental, survey and case study. Research published in Advances in Accounting demonstrates original demanding analysis of issues of importance in the areas of financial and managerial accounting, taxation, auditing, government and nonprofit accounting, social and environmental accounting, accounting information systems, forensics and public policy. Although the Journal welcomes a wide range of topics, research that is deemed too narrow in interest or in scope or of unacceptable written quality may not be reviewed for publication in the Journal. Submission Fee: $75.
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Annals of Tourism Research Empirical Insights

  • ISSN: 2666-9579
Annals of Tourism Research Empirical Insights is a gold open access social sciences journal focusing upon applied research in tourism. It is a companion title to the highly-regarded Annals of Tourism Research and publishes empirically-based full research articles and research notes where findings have implications beyond the study context, and are relevant to a broader audience of academy, policy and/or industry practitioners. Work published in Annals of Tourism Research Empirical Insights must be implemented using rigorous research designs to ensure the integrity of conclusions drawn. Annals of Tourism Research Empirical Insights accommodates the open access requirements by some countries, funding bodies and research institutions. ESSENTIAL CRITERIA FOR PUBLICATION Is the research question relevant? Is the research design / methodology clearly explained? Does the research design / methodology ensure valid conclusions? Is the simplest possible correct research design / methodology used? Are empirical insights clearly explained, analysed and discussed? Are empirical insights relevant beyond the study context? Is the connection of prior work / theory discussed? Is the article readable and well illustrated? DESIRABLE FEATURES FOR PUBLICATION Does the paper present explicit recommendations to tourism businesses, tourism organisations, or policy makers regulating the tourism industry? Does the paper present a methodological innovation? Does the paper present a theoretical innovation? Benefits to authors We also provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Elsevier publications and much more. Please click here for more information on our author services. Please see our Guide for Authors for information on article submission. If you require any further information or help, please visit our Support Center. Check if you are eligible for free gold open access here:
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Applied Ergonomics

  • ISSN: 0003-6870
  • 5 Year impact factor: 3.9
  • Impact factor: 3.2
Applied Ergonomics is aimed at ergonomists and all those interested in applying ergonomics/human factors in the design, planning and management of technical and social systems at work or leisure. Readership is truly international with subscribers in over 50 countries. Professionals for whom Applied Ergonomics is of interest include: ergonomists, designers, industrial engineers, health and safety specialists, systems engineers, design engineers, organizational psychologists, occupational health specialists and human-computer interaction specialists. Applied Ergonomics welcomes original contributions on the practical applications of ergonomic design and research. Areas covered include applications in the office, industry, consumer products, information technology and military design. For the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors follow this link: and for the International Ergonomics Association follow this link: Benefits to authors We also provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Elsevier publications and much more. Please click here for more information on our author services. Please see our Guide for Authors for information on article submission. If you require any further information or help, please visit our Support Center
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Arab Economic and Business Journal

  • ISSN: 2214-4625
The Arab Economic and Business Journal results from common and tireless efforts that were undertaken by the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK), the Arab Society of Faculties of Business, Economic and Political Sciences (BEPS) and our Arab and International partners, notably the Association of Arab Universities. The journal aims to establish and spread communication among multicultural researchers, for we are truly convinced that science and research are the best tools for a bridge-building among civilizations. The journal focuses on original epistemological, theoretical, and methodological contexts. Our primary concern is to reflect upon, understand, and improve the development of knowledge and therefore implement practices in Arab organizations. We welcome submissions from a range of theoretical and methodological frameworks.
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Asia Pacific Management Review

  • ISSN: 1029-3132
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4.3
  • Impact factor: 4.4
Asia Pacific Management Review (APMR), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, pursues to publish original and high quality research articles and notes that contribute to build empirical and theoretical understanding for concerning strategy and management aspects in business and activities. Meanwhile, we also seek to publish opinions addressing issues of current concern to managers in regards to within and between the Asia-Pacific region. The covered domains but not limited to, such as accounting, finance, marketing, decision analysis and operation management, human resource management, information management, international business management, logistic and supply chain management, quantitative and research methods, strategic and business management, and tourism management, are suitable for publication in the APMR.
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China Journal of Accounting Research

  • ISSN: 1755-3091
  • 5 Year impact factor: 3.8
  • Impact factor: 3.6
The focus of the China Journal of Accounting Research is to publish theoretical and empirical research papers that use contemporary research methodologies to investigate issues about accounting, corporate finance, auditing and corporate governance in the Greater China region, countries related to the Belt and Road Initiative, and other emerging and developed markets. The Journal encourages the applications of economic and sociological theories to analyze and explain accounting issues within the legal and institutional framework, and to explore accounting issues under different capital markets accurately and succinctly. The published research articles of the Journal will enable scholars to extract relevant issues about accounting, corporate finance, auditing and corporate governance related to the capital markets and institutional environment. China Journal of Accounting Research has been indexed by Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), Cabell's Directory, Scopus, CNKI, Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List and Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) journal list.
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Climate Risk Management

  • ISSN: 2212-0963
  • 5 Year impact factor: 6.1
  • Impact factor: 4.4
Climate Risk Management publishes original scientific contributions, state-of-the-art reviews and reports of practical experience on the use of knowledge and information regarding the consequences of climate variability and climate change in decision and policy making on climate change responses from the near- to long-term. The concept of climate risk management refers to activities and methods that are used by individuals, organizations, and institutions to facilitate climate-resilient decision-making. Its objective is to promote sustainable development by maximizing the beneficial impacts of climate change responses and minimizing negative impacts across the full spectrum of geographies and sectors that are potentially affected by the changing climate. Therefore, the scope of Climate Risk Management covers: Observed relationships between climate conditions and consequences in human and/or natural systems across multiple space and time scales; Risk assessment and risk management approaches for climate-sensitive sectors such as agriculture, forestry and fire management, health, mining, natural resources management, water management, the built environment, and tourism; Analysis of relevant institutional developments and arrangements relevant to adaptation; and Exploration of connections between climate risk management, disaster risk management, and sustainable development. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: The application of seasonal forecasting and regional climate change projections in the assessment of climate change vulnerability and risk; Capacity building; Infrastructure design; Management and systematic reduction of climate-induced hazards and disasters; Protection of lives, livelihoods and property; Mitigation of environmental damage; Sustainable resource use and production; Impacts, vulnerability and adaptation at individual, community and institutional levels; Regulatory risks associated with climate change; Climate-sensitive interactions between economic, environmental and social systems; and Monitoring and evaluation of climate risk management. Research papers should consider the practical application of the thesis advanced through case studies, experiments, or systematic comparisons with existing approaches. Special issues devoted to topics of particular interest will be published on an occasional basis, and proposals for such issues are invited. Submission of multi- and interdisciplinary studies, particularly those involving economics and the social sciences, is encouraged. Intending authors should also note that there is a complementary journal: Climate Services. Climate Services focuses solely on the use and usability of climate information for adaptation. It bridges the gap between information from climate change research and stakeholder action, and directly refers to how climate information can be applied in methodologies and tools for adaptation to climate change.
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Computers & Operations Research

  • ISSN: 0305-0548
  • 5 Year impact factor: 5
  • Impact factor: 4.6
Operations research and computers interact in many scientific fields of vital importance to our society. These include, among others, transportation, economics, investment strategy, inventory control, logistics, safety, reliability, urban planning, and ecology. Computers & Operations Research (COR) provides an international forum for the application of computers and operations research techniques to problems in these and related fields. The common element in all the scientific areas that this Journal addresses is the need for some optimization methodology for determining viable solutions to problems, using computers and the techniques of operations research. However, it is not only the methodology which is of interest: the applications are of equal importance. The two are mutually supportive, since understanding the application helps one greatly to comprehend the optimization methods used, and vice versa. This Journal will therefore concern itself with these scientific fields of application, and will be accordingly broad in scope of subject matter. The form, content and language of the articles will take cognizance of this breadth of applications and of the consequent fact that many readers may not be expert in the scientific field to which the computer and operations research techniques are applied by the author. All full-length research papers must contain original research results, and demonstrate constructive algorithmic complexity and extensive numerical experiments. Numerical illustrations (examples) are not sufficient: the numerical experiments must have a scientific value of their own, particularly with comparisons to other approaches. In addition, the research performed should represent novel and significant work relative to the relevant literature. The use of real-world data is also valued. (Meta)heuristics (other than well-established algorithms such as evolutionary algorithms or ant colony optimization) must be described in metaphor-free language. This is a way to ensure that they are immediately comparable to existing algorithms. Moreover, this facilitates highlighting the algorithmic contributions to the literature. Computers & Operations Research now incorporates Surveys in Operations Research and Management Science. COR will therefore also publish state-of-the-art surveys and best practice guides in analytics, operations research, and management science, in a special Surveys section. These reviews of leading research in the field enable educators, researchers and students to obtain an overview of subjects of current interest, as well as important recent developments in established areas. Submissions can focus on theory or applications of OR/MS, and can be of several types, including but not limited to: (i) Results that are considered standards by experts in the community but which have not been documented in textbooks; (ii) Standard results which have been, in some way, streamlined such as, for example, new proof techniques leading to more elegant derivations of known results; (iii) New developments in methodology, or new application areas ('hot topics'). A review should be critical with respect to the existing knowledge and should focus on the computational and algorithmic aspects/developments. For more information on writing a contribution for the Surveys section of COR, please refer to What Makes a Good Survey? Computers & Operations Research also publishes focused issues on topics of interest related to its editorial mission. Such issues typically contain between six and twelve articles. They are put together within an eighteen-month period under the responsibility of one or several guest editors. Prospective guest editors are encouraged to contact the Editor-in-Chief. Computers & Operations Research does not endorse works investigating neither warfare optimization problems nor applications involving activities that might cause serious injuries or even death, regardless of the setting (offensive or defensive). It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure that the submitted manuscripts are written using proper English, that possible grammatical or spelling errors are eliminated and that the text conforms to correct scientific English. Submissions which do not satisfy these criteria may be rejected without being sent to reviewers.
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