International Journal of Economics and Accounting (IJEA)
Int J Econ Account
ISSN (printed): 2041-868X. ISSN (electronic): 2041-8698.
IJEA aims to serve economics and accounting researchers and practitioners across the globe. Its focus is unique in its commitment to promoting academic debates on the status quo. Audit and accounting/financial failures instigated the economic and financial crisis that has triggered the worldwide recession. These factors require ongoing investigation in order to alleviate the present crises and help avert the next crisis. Beyond the immediate crisis, economic policies, accounting and auditing affect the stability of major institutions and even national and international economies. The centre of gravity of the industrial sector is in constant transition. Manufacturing has gravitated from the Rust Belt, to the Sun Belt, to Brazil, Mexico, to China, India and now Vietnam and the emerging economies in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa. This transformation of capitalism is the object of research in economic studies. Such 'real world' events provide a constant supply of content for an economic and accounting journal. These problems can only be addressed by researchers who are able to bridge disciplines, theory and practice.
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