Account and Financial Management Journal publishes original research dealing with international aspects of financial management and reporting, banking and financial services, auditing and taxation.
The Journal endeavors to balance the coverage of both international and domestic issues.
AFMJ initiates and fosters discussion on issues that significantly contribute to the disciplines of accounting and finance, with emphasis on the implications of these disciplines in the ongoing globalization process in the 21st century. The journal's emphasis on the inter-dependencies of accounting and finance reflects the increasing complexity of corporate financial management in recent years, and verifies the importance of understanding accounting and finance from an international context.
AFMJ keeps you up-to-date with new developments and emerging trends. The Journal is also the official journal of The International Association for Accounting Education and Research.
The purpose of the Journal is to publish rigorous, original articles dealing with the management of the multinational enterprise. Theoretical, conceptual, and empirical papers providing meaningful insights into the subject areas will be considered.
AFMJ journals are published without restriction to the global community. We strongly believe that the open access model will spur researches across the world especially in developing nations as researchers gain unrestricted access to high quality research articles.
Our mission is to promote research awareness and compatibility through a concise and methodical interface, subsequently we spread our hands for all categories of learners from different arenas of education.
Account and Financial Management Journal is a peer-reviewed, open access, online journal, publishing original research, reports, reviews and commentaries on all areas of finance and accounting
Accountancy and Finance Audit
Banking Research Studies Business Administration
Capital Markets Classical Economics
Computable General Equilibrium Model Corporate Finance
Corporate Governance Structure Economic Cycle
Economic Transparency Economic indicator
Electronic Commerce Elements of Management
Hospitality Management Industrial and Management Optimization
International Business International finance
Management Management Accounting
Marketing management Public Administration
Regulation and Management Statistics
Stock Market Returns Voluntary Administration