IJDAR
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Aims and Scope

 

The International Journal of Digital Accounting Research is an open access journal founded in 2001. The IJDAR covers comprehensively the frontier of trends in accounting and information technologies. The aim of IJDAR is to contribute to advancing knowledge and understanding of both theory and practice in digital accounting, by promoting high quality applied and theoretical research. 


The IJDAR is an increasingly important journal for the development of digital applications to accounting theory and practice. The primary audience of this publication comprises academics, graduate students, practitioners and all others interested in digital accounting research. The journal welcomes and encourages articles from both practitioners and academics


We publish papers on a variety of topics, contexts and research methods that examine the rapidly evolving relationship between accounting and information technology. We encourage a wide range of submissions, including, but not limited to:

-         accounting information systems
-         artificial intelligence
-         chaos theory applied to accounting, disclosure and reporting
-         continuous auditing and monitoring systems
-         corporate reporting on the Internet
-         cutting-edge technologies
-         decision support systems
-         e-commerce, e-business, e-government, open government, e-society, e-tourism
-         enterprise 2.0, 3.0
-         ERP systems
-         expert systems and applications
-         implications of augmented reality for business
-         management accounting and social media
-         metadata languages
-         microsimulation applied to digital accounting and finance
-         ontological and knowledge-based approaches to metadata
-         organisational and social aspects of semantic web and related technologies
-         organization and management of information systems
-         semantic web
-         social agents
-         social analytics
-         social aspects of computing and information technologies
-         tourism and new technologies
-         webmetrics
-         XBRLandlanguages for the electronic communication of business data
-         ... new theories, topical areas and research methods are encouraged.

Each paper will be judged according to international standards, the originality of its contribution, its relevance to development of the subject and its quality of presentation. All papers are subject to a minimum of double blind refereeing. The main criterion for publication is the significance of the submission’s contribution to the literature.


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