Contemporary Accounting Research

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Cynthia Reid wrote:
From: "Cynthia Reid" <CynthiaReid@worldnet.att.net>
Subject: Contemporary Accounting Research
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 18:55:13 -0400

Contemporary Accounting Research

http://www.tcel.com/~car/
(link inactive 23 April 2004)

http://www.caaa.ca/publications/car.html
(Link inactive 18 October 2005)

http://www.caaa.ca/CAR/
(Link active 18 October 2005)

Content available at:

http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/123194409/home
(Link active 30 June 2010)

Content through 2009 also available at:

http://metapress.com/content/300305/
(Link active 28 May 2008)

CAR is the journal of the Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA),
and is a Canadian-based academic journal dealing with all areas of
accounting research. Of interest to academics, accounting practitioners, and
students alike, Contemporary Accounting Research is currently ranked among
the top handful of academic accounting journals in the world. CAR prides
itself on publishing top quality, cutting edge research.

CAR publishes one volume per calendar year, each volume consisting of four
issues. Occasionally special issues and/or monographs are released which are
dedicated solely to a project of research. These issues supplement the
regular annual issues.

CAR is a multi-focus journal that accepts and publishes academic papers from
any area of accounting, auditing, and tax research. As dictated in the "Aims
and Scopes" of the journal, CAR is dedicated to the advancement of
accounting knowledge and provides a forum for the publication of high
quality manuscripts with original theoretical/empirical analyses, either
basic or applied in nature, that are of interest to the Canadian accounting
community. Creative interdisciplinary papers and articles stemming from
research paradigms rooted in various disciplines, that advance the
understanding of accounting phenomena, are also encouraged. Please see the
submissions page for detailed information.

Abstracts are available in html format.

Editors: Dr. Gerald Feltham and Dr. Dan Simunic
Email: CAR@Commerce.UBC.CA

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Original posting date: 
Monday, August 21, 2000
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