Wiley-Blackwell, the scientific, technical, medical and scholarly publishing business of John Wiley & Sons, Inc (NYSE: JWa), (NYSE: JWb), today announced its partnership with CPA Australia for the publication of the Australian Accounting Review.
Previously self-published, the Australian Accounting Review is now in its 18th volume, and will publish four issues a year – both in print and online.
"Wiley-Blackwell is pleased to partner with CPA Australia to help support its aim to promote and further advance research in accounting and finance," said Philip Carpenter, Managing Director, Social Science and Humanities, Wiley-Blackwell. "We are well positioned to help the Australian Accounting Review realize its full potential and increase its visibility to readers worldwide." The addition of this journal strengthens Wiley-Blackwell’s leading position as the publisher of choice for societies and organizations focused on all aspects of accounting and finance.
Edited by Linda English, the Australian Accounting Review is the pre-eminent peer-reviewed journal in its subject area. Positioned at the intersection of business and academia, the journal will feature articles by leading practitioners and researchers. The journal aims to provide in-depth discussion and critical analysis of developments affecting professionals in all areas of finance, accounting and business.
Editor-in-Chief Linda English said, "We chose to go with Wiley-Blackwell because of their publishing expertise and vast international networks – factors that will enable the journal to be further developed to meet the objectives of our editorial board."
She added, "We hope that Wiley-Blackwell’s global reach and professional marketing will not only continue to maintain the journal’s appeal to industry practitioners, but also broaden its readership base to reach non-academic readers as well."
About Australian Accounting Review
The Australian Accounting Review (AAR) is published four times a year on behalf of CPA Australia. It aims to provide in-depth discussion and critical analysis of developments affecting professionals in all areas of finance, accounting and business.