Accountancy, Business, and the Public Interest
A British scholarly accounting journal. Established in 2002, the journal’s founding editors were Christine Cooper of the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, and *Prem Nath Sikka of the University of Essex. Published twice a year in online format by the *Association for Accountancy and Business Affairs, the journal is available free of charge. It follows the objectives of its parent organization by providing a forum for critical analysis of auditing and accounting practices. Reformist in tone, and reflecting many concerns of the *critical accounting movement, its coverage focuses on the United Kingdom. Web site: http://visar.csustan.edu/aaba/aabajournalpage.htm

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