Audit and Accounting Review (AAR) is an international double-blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the rapid dissemination of high-quality research papers on the advances in accounting, auditing, financial management, and finance that can help us meet the challenges of the 21st century. AAR aims to provide a valuable addition to the present era of knowledge. It also provides a source to access legitimate new models as well as their applications and implications in the field of audit and accounting. 


The mission of the AAR Journal is to share the knowledge of basic and applied research by publishing papers in the field of accounting, auditing, Financial management and finance. It aims to explore new horizons of thoughts, ideas, research techniques, tools, and methods.


AAR envisions to lay out a scientific research publication forum that facilitates scholars, academicians, and professionals to publish their valuable work and build a vibrant and supportive community of scholars. Moreover, AAR seeks to provide significant opportunities to the researchers for investigating ideas in the relevant fields.  

Aims and Objectives

AAR having aims to provide a valuable addition to the present era of knowledge. The features of AAR include the provision of up-to-date knowledge in terms of policy relevance for both theoretical and applied domains of Audit, Accounting, and aligned areas. Moreover, the prime objective of AAR is to bring improvement of scientific knowledge in the core field of Accounting and Auditing.


AAR is global in scope exploring issues in the subjects as enlisted here : Accounting, Auditing, Financial Management, Finacnce, and Social Science. The journal covers a very wide range of areas and we welcome submissions from all over the world practitioners at all levels. AAR emphasizes on continuous professional excellence in research and application of theory to practice.

Subjects Areas

AAR publishes original research in all areas of auditing, accounting, and related field that utilizes tools from basic disciplines such as accounting, auditing, finance, business, and economics. The research includes analytical, empirical, experimental, and field study methods to address contemporary issues as well as external and internal questions in accounting, auditing, finance, taxation, economics, banking, Islamic banking, investments, capital markets, law, and other related disciplines.

Key Audiences

Researchers from overall the world in the field of accounting, auditing, business, management economics and social sciences are welcome to submit their research work to AAR. Young researchers and graduate students are also encouraged to submit their papers.

Distinctive Features

  • OJS as Journal Management System
  • DOI of your articles
  • QR code of your articles
  • Open access
  • Double-blind peer-review from two or more experts
  • Proofreading, reference checking, and formatting services
  • Acceptance letter
  • Complementary hard copy
  • International circulation
  • Submission in online repositories