The primary audience of this publication would be academicians, graduate students, practitioners and anyone interested in digital accounting research.
Submitted papers should not have been previously published nor be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
All papers are first assessed internally by the editors before being sent for double blind review. Following that initial review to determine suitability, articles submitted to IJDAR will be double-blind refereed by either members of the editorial board or ad hoc referees of international standing.
Reviewers will provide constructive evaluations of the papers submitted.
The research has to be of interest to the readership, it has to meet the quality standards established by this journal and it has to make a significant contribution to the scientific literature.
They will judge their quality and the significance of the contribution.
The reviewers’ evaluations will be used by the editors to decide whether the paper should be accepted, revised or rejected.
A copy of the referees’ comments will be sent to the authors.