A content and citation analysis of accounting education manuscripts published in the Asian Review of Accounting: 1992-2007
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to analyse the accounting education manuscripts published in the Asian Review of Accounting from 1992 to 2007. Design/methodology/approach – Content and citation analyse techniques have been used to examine authorship, affiliation, educational themes and citation arrangements of manuscripts. Findings – Results indicate that whilst there is a predominance of authors and institutional affiliation to Australia, educational themes tend to focus on Asian issues. Originality/value – The regional nature of the Asian Review of Accounting and the lack of a dedicated accounting education journal in the region over the period provides valuable insight into the publishing patterns in accounting education and the regional interests of academics.
Accounting education, Higher education, Referencing, Research results, Serials
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