Accounting Review, The
A U.S. scholarly accounting journal. Established in 1926, the journal is published quarterly by the *American Accounting Association, in both print and online formats. The journal is a forum for research into aspects of accounting, and auditing topics are frequently covered. Its scope is international, but with focus on the United States. Web link: http://raw.rutgers.edu/raw/aaa/pubs/acctrev.htm

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