Issues in Accounting Education
A Quarterly Journal of the American Accounting Association


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Issues in Accounting Education publishes research, commentaries, and instructional resources that assist accounting faculty in teaching and that address important issues in accounting education. It prints quarterly in February, May, August, and November and is a top journal indexed in both Scopus and ESCI.

Click here to view the Issues in Accounting Education Editorial Board. For additional journal data and citation analysis, see the Issues in Accounting Education Journal Information Packet. 

Senior Editor:
Elizabeth Dreike Almer 
Issues in Accounting Education
Portland State University
P: 503.725.3729
E: ealmer@pdx.edu 

Editorial Office: IACE@aaahq.org

AAA Managing Editor:
Nate Smith
P: 941.556.4128
E: nate@aaahq.org

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Step 3: Submit manuscript to the Issues Peer Review System.

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Impact Factor: 2.409
CiteScore: 2.55
SNIP: 2.088
SJR: 1.710
h5-index: 37

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Midyear Meeting

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Please make plans to join us for the 2020 Auditing Section Midyear Meeting which will be held in Houston, Texas at the Hyatt Regency Houston on January 16-18, 2020.

Research

»The AICPA wants to support your research efforts: If you're planning research into private company assurance
topics, the AICPA’s Assurance Research Advisory Group (ARAG) wants to help you make it happen. The ARAG provides approved research teams with access to firm personnel, peer reviewers and up to $10,000 in funding. This year, the group is interested in supporting research on:  

-The key challenges faced by practitioners when considering materiality in attestation engagements that involve aspects of subject matters that cannot be quantifiably measured.
-Levels of assurance obtained by practitioners in relation to limited assurance (review) versus reasonable assurance (audit) engagements

For more information on these topics, review the call for interest.

To apply, please submit a one-page summary of your research plan through our online submission form submission form by July 12, 2019. In developing a research plan summary, you may wish to use the ARAG research plan summary template as a guide. Feel free to send any questions to arag@aicpa.org