Aim & Scope

We are aiming that the Asia Pacific Journal of Accounting and Finance (APJAF) will be recognised as a refereed journal both by the Indonesian Higher Degree Education (or Direktorat Jendral Pendidikan Tinggi) and by the Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) in the future. The Journal is in the process to be indexed soon. Material submitted for publication will be reviewed through the double blind peer review process.

The  Asia Pacific Journal of Accounting and Finance (APJAF) is committed to encouraging a forum for debate on matters related to accounting and finance. Articles may discuss particular issues in which covers all aspects of Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Governance, Sustainability Reporting, Auditing, Public Sector Accounting, Taxation, Information System, Accounting Education, Sharia Accounting, Financial Management, Ethics and Professionalism, Capital Market Research, Banking, and Corporate Finance. Articles must address issues relevant to the above topics. Discussion must be conceptually competent in one or more disciplinary fields, and it is encouraged that it can be discussed and readable across disciplinary boundaries.

    * Length should be between 5000 to 7000 words;
    * Material submitted for publication in APJAF has not been submitted in other publications.
    * Final decision on acceptance for publication will be entirely in the hand of APJAF Review Panel Committee