Aims & Scope


Open Journal of Accounting (OJAcct) is an international journal dedicated to the latest advancement of all areas of accounting. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of accounting.

All manuscripts must be prepared in English and are subject to a rigorous and fair peer-review process. Generally, accepted papers will appear online within 3 weeks followed by printed hard copy. The journal publishes original papers including but not limited to the following fields:


  • · Accountability and Performance in the Public and Private Sectors
  • · Accounting Change in Transitional and Developing Economies
  • · Accounting for E-Business/E-Commerce
  • · Accounting Internationalization
  • · Auditing and Value for Money (or Performance Management) Audits
  • · Change in Accounting and Management Education
  • · Changes in Corporate Communication
  • · Computerised Accounting Information Systems
  • · Corporate Failure and Auditing Change
  • · Corporate Governance, Disclosure, and Accountability
  • · Customer-Oriented Accounting and Profitability Analysis
  • · Development Economy and Accounting Policy Choice
  • · Environmental Accounting Reporting
  • · International Interaction and Boundaries of Accounting
  • · Lease Accounting
  • · Marketing for Accountants in A Changed Business Environment
  • · Multinational Organizational Change (International Comparisons)
  • · Network Accounting
  • · Public Sector Reform and Accounting Change
  • · Social Security Fund Accounting Management
  • · Technological Advances and Accounting Change
  • · The Construction of Accounting Information Security System
  • · The Distortion of Accounting Information
  • · The Interface between Industrial Relations and Accounting
  • · Traditional Accounting
  • · Triple Bottom Line Reporting and Social Accountability Issues

  • We are also interested in:

    1) Short reports—2-5 page papers where an author can present an idea with theoretical background, but has not yet completed the research needed for a complete paper or an author presents preliminary data;

    2) Short communications—2-5 page papers;

    3) Technical notes—2-5 page papers;

    4) Letters to the Editor;

    5) Reviews or book reviews—comments and critiques (the number of pages is not restricted);

    6) Advertisement.