AinE Editorial Policy
Accounting in Europe aims to contribute to policy debate by publishing high quality articles that provide new insights for research, practice, policy and regulation. The journal therefore welcomes contributions in all areas of accounting, including, but not limited to, analyses of contemporary developments in accounting, auditing, standard setting and regulation.
Accounting in Europe consists of two main sections: Issues in European Accounting contains articles solicited by the editorial team, while Research Articles contains standard academic research papers. All papers are subject to review.
Accounting in Europe welcomes papers from a wide range of paradigms and research methods, as long as they are presented in an accessible manner to its mixed academic and practitioner readership and enhance the understanding or the development of accounting and auditing either in Europe or for Europe from a global perspective.
Submissions to Accounting in Europe should be made electronically (using MS-Word) via the website https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/raie. The style conventions are the same as those for the European Accounting Review, which can be accessed by clicking here.
Copyright on the items published in Accounting in Europe is transferred to the European Accounting Association. As the aim of the Association is to promote the dissemination of research on all aspects of accounting, permission is hereby granted to reproduce by photographic means any of the contents of Accounting in Europe for use in educational courses. If such reproduction takes place, the source and the European Accounting Association copyright must be indicated.
Next EAA congresses
2018 - Milan, Italy (30 May - 1 June)
2019 - Paphos, Cyprus