The Asian Academy of Management Journal (AAMJ) is a refereed journal that is jointly published by the Asian Academy of Management (AAM) and Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia (http://www.penerbit.usm.my). The journal endeavors to provide forums for academicians and practitioners who are interested in the discussion of current and future issues and challenges impacting the Asian Management as well as promoting and disseminating relevant, high quality research in the field of management. The journal has an established and long history of publishing quality research findings from researchers not only in the Asian region but also globally. It is a journal published by an APEX university and currently available in EBSCO and Scopus databases.
AAMJ is listed in ERA Ranked Journal List.
Asian Academy of Management Journal
Scopus coverage years: from 2011 to Present
Publisher: Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia
Business, Management and Accounting: General Business, Management and Accounting
Source type: Journal
USM has extended content delivery format for its journals’ publication in print and PDF to include ePub, to address the growing need for more mobile accessibility.
We welcome papers from both academicians and practitioners on theories, business models, conceptual paradigms, academic research, consultancy projects, as well as organizational practices. In particular, papers which consider the following general topics are invited.
AIMS AND SCOPE
To provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and dissemination of empirical findings and analytical research in the specialized areas of accounting and finance with special emphasis on scholarly works with policy implications for countries in the Asia Pacific. The following are some of the topical subject areas relevant to the journal (but are not limited to):
• Financial reporting and accounting standards
• Auditing issues
• Value based accounting and its relevance
• Theory of accounting firm
• Environmental auditing
• Corporate governance issues
• Public sector accounting
• Valuation of financial assets
• International capital flows
• Ownership and agency theory
• Stock market behavior
• Investment and portfolio management
• Islamic banking and finance
• Microstructures of financial markets