Accounting and Finance Research (AFR) is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal, published by Sciedu Press. The journal seeks to publish research articles that are original hypothetical and theoretical in its nature and that provides exploratory insights in the fields of accounting, corporate finance, investment, insurance, monetary banking, stock exchange, capital markets and relevant subjects. The journal is published in both online and printed versions. All publications are open access in full text and free to download.
ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING:
2016 Q3: Articles Received: 36; Accepted: 18; Rejected: 10; Published: 11; Retracted: 0
2016 Q2: Articles Received: 35; Accepted: 24; Rejected: 11; Published: 18; Retracted: 0
2016 Q1: Articles Received: 35; Accepted: 23; Rejected: 13; Published: 15; Retracted: 0
2015: Articles Received: 105; Accepted: 70; Rejected: 34; Published: 54; Retracted: 0
2014: Articles Received: 114; Accepted: 87; Rejected: 24; Published: 67; Retracted: 0
2013: Articles Received: 81; Accepted: 59; Rejected: 24; Published: 56; Retracted: 0
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AFR Indexed in EconLit
|Accounting and Finance Research (AFR) has been evaluated and accepted for listing in EconLit. An annotation of the journal will appear in the New Journals section of the Annotated Listing of New Books department of the December 2013 issue of the Journal of Economic Literature (JEL).|
Vol 5, No 4 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Accounting Discretion and the Market Disciplining of Bank Risk-taking Behavior: An Assessment of the Effectiveness of Egyptian Banking Reforms from an Accounting Perspective|
|Mohamed A. Elbannan||p1|
|IFRS Adoption, Legal Systems and the Voluntary Disclosure of Human Capital: Cross-country Evidence from the Banking Industry|
|Mohamed A. Elbannan||p30|
|Do Experts in Financial Magazines Exhibit the Representativeness Heuristic? Evidence from Taiwan|
|Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Performance: The Balanced Scorecard Approach|
|Oghuvwu, M. E., Omoye, A.S||p63|
|The Effect of CEO and CFO Resignations on Going Concern Opinions|
|Joseph D. Beams, Yun-Chia Yan, Wachira Boonyanet, Pongprot Chatraphorn||p76|
|A Study on the Relationship between the Typology of Knowledge-Intensive Businesses (KIBs) and Performance Measurement Systems (PMS): Evidence from Taiwan|
|Cheng-Tsung Lu, Yeun-Wen Chang||p89|
|Asset Allocation or Active Management ? Evidence from Israeli Provident Funds|
|Ofer Arbaa, Uri Ben Zion||p105|
|The Impact of Acquisitions Deals Announcement According to Financing Decisions on Value of Listed Acquiring Companies at Egyptian Stock Exchange|
|Ahmed A.Elhakeem, Khairy Elgiziry||p115|
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Accounting and Finance Research
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