ITALIAN ACCOUNTING REVIEW Aims and Scope
The “Italian Accounting Review”, (“Rivista Italiana di Ragioneria e di Economia Aziendale)” founded in 1901, is the only Italian accounting journal with uninterrupted over 100 years of publication and it is the oldest Italian journal still existing in the Accounting field and Accounting History.
The journal has followed, with the voice of the protagonists, the evolution of Accounting throughout the entire twenties century and the early twenty-one century. Indeed, the journal can boast of having among its pages the writings of the most important Italian scholars.
Nowadays, Italian Accounting Review is a peer review four-monthly journal that publishes qualitative and quantitative studies concerning Accounting theory and practices.
The journal welcomes submissions of original research papers, conceptual frameworks and empirical studies about Accounting and its interaction with standard and regulation, management, governance, organization, also in a historical perspective.
Topics interests for the journal include, but are not limited, to the following:
· Accounting, information, accounting standard and regulation.
· Accounting history.
· Social and environmental accounting, reporting and accountability.
· Financial reporting and financial accounting.
· Management accounting and management control systems in profit and no-profit organization.
· Corporate governance.
· Public sector accounting.
Submissions are also welcome covering other topics that combine elements of the accounting and management domains.