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PLEASE NOTE, that we have now received our 20 new submissions as of 1st August, 2022. We will now be closed to new submissions until 31 March 2023 while we work our way through the review process with existing submissions. We apologise for this inconvenience.

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 and financial planning research. AABFJ holds a B ranking on the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) journal list.

Contact: AABFJ Editor.

The Australasian Accounting Business and Finance Journal appears in the Web of Science database under the Business Finance category. 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 currently rated as a Q2 under SJR (Scimago Journal & Country Rank). AABFJ is now ranked in the CABS's (the Chartered Association of Business Schools) Academic Journal Guide. AABFJ was a B ranked journal on the 2010 ERA (Excellence in Research for Australia) List of the Australian Research Council.

SCImago Journal & Country Rank

ISSN: 1834-2000 (print). ISSN: 1834-2019 (online).

Current Issue: Volume 16, Issue 3 (2022)

Editorial

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Editorial Volume 16 Issue 3
Ciorstan Smark and Monir Mir

Academic articles

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Audit Quality and Creative Accounting Strategy: Evidence from Nigerian Public Listed Companies
Abdullahi Bala Ado, Norfadzilah Nik Mohd Rashid, Umar Aliyu Mustapha, and Lateef Saheed Ademola

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Future Proofing Tomorrow's Accounting Graduates: Skills, Knowledge and Employability
Michelle Anne O'Shea, Dorothea Bowyer, and Gina Ghalayini

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CSR Decoupling and Tax Avoidance: a Conceptual Framework
Noorsakinah Abdul Wahab, Nurliana Md Rahin, and Mohd Zulkhairi Mustapha

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Fraud Prevention Determinants: A Balinese Cultural Overview
Komang Adi Kurniawan Saputra, M. Mu'ah, J. Jurana, Claudia Wanda Melati Korompis, and Daniel T. H. Manurung