Advances in Accounting
Advances in Accounting Behavioral
Research (AABR) publishes articles encompassing all areas of accounting
that incorporate theory from and contribute new knowledge and understanding to
the fields of applied psychology, sociology, management science, and economics.
The journal is primarily devoted to original empirical investigations; however,
critical review papers, theoretical analyses, and methodological contributions
are welcome. AABR is receptive to replication studies, provided they
investigate important issues and are concisely written. The journal especially
welcomes manuscripts that integrate accounting issues with organizational
behavior, human judgment/decision making, and cognitive psychology.
Manuscripts will be blind-reviewed by
two reviewers and reviewed by an associate editor. AABR now accepts
electronic submissions and all manuscripts should be forwarded to the editor.
The manuscript will then be forwarded to an associate editor and reviewers via
email, which should shorten review times considerably. Please incorporate all
text, tables, and figures into a Word document before submitting. Also, include
a separate Word document with any experimental materials or survey instruments.
Please send the electronic documents to the new editor at the following email
address: VArnold@sba.uconn.edu. If
you are unable to submit your manuscript electronically, please forward the
manuscript along with the experimental materials to the following address:
Vicky Arnold, Editor
Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research
Department of Accounting U41A
School of Business
University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT 06269-2041