British Accounting Review


British Accounting Review
A British scholarly accounting journal. Established in 1984, the journal is published quarterly by Elsevier Science on behalf of the *British Accounting Association. It is available in both print and online formats, and its notes describe it as "a forum for communication throughout the world between members of the academic and professional community concerned with the research and teaching, at degree level and above, of accounting, finance, and cognate disciplines." Its coverage is more internationally focused than its title might imply, and it frequently addresses auditing subjects. (Before becoming a fully fledged academic journal in 1984 the magazine existed in several forms. It traces its history back to the Association of University Teachers of Accounting Newsletter that first appeared in 1948.) Web link: www.elsevier.com/locate/issn/0890-8389

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