The mission of the AAR Journal is to share the knowledge of basic and applied research on data innovations by publishing papers in the field of Accounting, Auditing, Business and Economics. It aims to explore the 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 field of Accounting, Auditing, Finance, Business and Economics.

Aims and Objectives

Audit and Accounting Review’ 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 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 field of Accounting and Auditing.

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.


The Journal of ‘Audit and Accounting Review’ emphasizes the publications of high-quality research that contribute new knowledge and understanding to the field of Business, Quantitative Methods, and Economics. It cultivates and advocates ethical behavior in all aspects of the publication process and respect the opinions of each member by amplifying their ideas.


The core focus of AAR is to promote the data-driven innovations in various domains by providing guidance in decision making and present advance knowledge corporate and finance with an insight into the basic and applied quantitative methods, tools and techniques.


The Journal of “Accounting and Audit Review” (AAR) aims to represent and publish research by practitioners of different disciplines like Accounting, Auditing, Finance, Business and Economics. The journal covers a very wide range of areas and we welcome submissions from practitioners at all levels and from all over the world. The AAR is published as an open-access journal to allow this wide range of practical, patient-relevant research to be immediately available to practitioners who can access and use it immediately upon publication.

Subjects Areas

Accounting, Auditing, Finance, Business and Economics

Key Audiences

Researchers from overall the world in the field of accountancy, management 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

The journal publishes original research articles on multidisciplinary problems facing developing nations, especially Pakistan. The emphasis of AAR is on empirical and analytical work which is novel and significant.

Material Published

  • The journal supports multidisciplinary and cross-disciplinary approaches to business, accountancy, management and social sciences. Thus, it encourages original, innovative and critical thinking which will contribute to knowledge and understanding in different areas.
  • Articles based on empirical work are highly encouraged as working papers having strong literature base with advancements in theoretical/grounded theory or econometric modelling which represents development in a particular field.
  • The focus of the journal is on the research rigor, modeling, data-driven innovations, interpretation of results and how the results of research may be translated into practice.