The Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal is a double blind peer reviewed academic journal. The AABFJ publishes interdisciplinary research which informs a range of business-related fields. These include accounting, finance, financial planning, and banking research. AABFJ articles appear in the Scopus database for 2014 onwards. Our articles appear on both the ProQuest and EBSCO databases and our journal is listed with Cabell's and Ulrich's Directories. AABFJ is an open access journal which appears on DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals). AABFJ is also listed in the Emerging Source Citation Index of Thomson Reuters. AABFJ is now ranked in the CABS's (the Chartered Association of Business Schools) Academic Journal Guide.Our December 2017 issue of AABFJ is a Special Issue of Best Papers from The 6th International Accounting Conference on the topic of "The Growth Game Changer: How Accounting Works in the Digital Era". This conference is hosted by Universitas Indonesia and runs from August 27-29, 2017 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Please note that AABFJ will next be open to submissions only between 16th May 2017 and 30th May 2017. The reason for this is a brain tumor in the daughter of one of the Editors leading to severe time pressures among the editorial team.
ISSN: 1834-2000 (print).
ISSN: 1834-2019 (online).
AABFJ has a rating of 6 points on list B of the Polish Ministry of ScienceAABFJ was a B ranked journal on the 2010 ERA (Excellence in Research for Australia) List of the Australian Research Council.
Current Issue: Volume 11, Issue 1 (2017) Special Issue on Corporate Governance
Impact of the Accounting Information System on Corporate Governance: Evidence from Turkish Non-Listed Companies
Ali Uyar, Ali Haydar Gungormus, and Cemil Kuzey
Associations among the Five Components within COSO Internal Control-Integrated Framework as the Underpinning of Quality Corporate Governance
Kirsten Rae, John Sands, and Nava Subramaniam
IFRS Mandatory Adoption Effect on the Information Asymmetry: Immediate or Delayed?
Hela Turki, Sonda Wali, and Younes Boujelbene
Corporate Governance and Firm Performance: Evidence from Saudi Arabia
Amina Buallay, Allam Hamdan, and Qasim Zureigat
Consumer Ethical Decision Making: Linking Moral Intensity, Self-Consciousness and Neutralization Techniques
Syed Afzal Moshadi Shah and Shehla Amjad
- Gregory Jones, University of Southern Queensland
- Claire Beattie, University of Southern Queensland
- Afzalur Rashid, University of Southern Queensland