This issue of AABFJ is the first in our fifth year of publication and in recognition we present papers covering the areas of finance, economics-related finance, banking and accounting. In this new research environment of ERA rankings, the ability to publish across all these fields is an important contribution. The finance paper (Lepone & Mistry 2011) examines the question of whether placing disclosed (broker placing order is identified) versus undisclosed (no broker identifier given) limit orders affects price movements on the Australian Securities Exchange. This study uses miro-trading data from SIRCA (Security Industry Research Centre of Asia-Pacific) to provide insights for both academics, regulators and practitioners.
Recommended CitationSmark, Ciorstan J., Editorial Volume 5, Issue 1, Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal, 5(1), 2011, 1-3.