A paradigm sensitive perspective on the ranking of accounting journals:a web-based survey approach


This paper reports the results of a web-based study of the perceptions of accounting journals in Australasia. Journal ranking studies have generally adopted citation techniques or used academics’ perceptions as the basis for assessing journal quality. Our research contributes to the existing literature by conducting a survey of academics in Australasia using a web-based instrument. The analysis indicates that the perceptions of the so-called “elite” accounting journals have become unsettled. The research highlights the emergence of more recent, alternative paradigm journals (CPA and AAAJ) as both highly ranking.

Divisions: Aston Business School > Accounting
Uncontrolled Keywords: perception study,web survey,journal ranking
Full Text Link: http://research ... ndle/10289/1690
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PURE Output Type: Working paper
Published Date: 2002-05
Authors: Lowe, Alan ( 0000-0002-3307-1150)
Locke, Joanne

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