Studies in Managerial and Financial Accounting
Call for Monograph and Book Manuscripts
Series Editor: Publisher:
Marc J. EPSTEIN Elsevier Science Ltd.
Tel: (713) 348-6140
Fax: (713) 348-5251
Elsevier Science is pleased to announce that it is continuing to expand its monograph series Studies in Managerial and Financial Accounting and is looking to publish additional manuscripts that are advances in any area of accounting literature. As with their other research publications in accounting, they are emphasizing high quality material that will help accounting teachers and students to better advance the research, teaching and practice of accounting.
The manuscripts could be extensive research studies or invited collections of papers on a particular topic. The books will likely be 250-350 pages in length and will be published in cloth cover. They should be of interest to professors, students and libraries. They might also be of interest to practitioners but that is not the primary focus of the series. The series would also be appropriate for high quality books that are not of interest to traditional commercial publishers due to their limited market. This might include material oriented toward senior and graduate seminars in addition to the academic community.
We are looking for manuscripts in any stage of production - from completed manuscripts ready for immediate publication to manuscript ideas in their infancy. The first fourteen volumes have been published.
Vol. 1. Setting the Standard for the New Auditor’s Report: An
Analysis of Attempts to Influence the Auditing Standards Board by Marshall A. Geiger,
Vol. 2. The Shareholders Use of Corporate Annual Reports by Marc J. Epstein,
Vol. 3. Applications of Fuzzy Logic and the Theory of Evidence to Accounting by Philip H. Siegel, Andre de Korvin, and Khursheed Omer, University of Houston.
Vol. 4. The Usefulness of Corporate Annual Reports to Shareholders in
Vol. 5. A Power Control Exchange Framework of Accounting: Applications to
Management Control Systems by
Vol. 6. Throughput Modeling:
Financial Information Used by Decision Makers by Waymond Rodgers,
Vol. 7. Applications of Fuzzy Sets and the Theory of Evidence to Accounting II by Philip H. Siegel, Monmouth University, Kursheed Omer, Andre de Korvin, University of Houston, and Awni Zebda, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
Vol. 8. Corporate Governance, Accountability, and Pressures to Perform: An
International Study by Istemi Demiraj, University of
Vol. 9. The January Effect and Other Seasonal Anomalies: A Common
Theoretical Framework by Anthony J. Cataldo,
Vol. 10. Organizational Change and Development in Management Control
Systems: Process Innovation for Internal Auditing and Management Accounting by
Vol. 11.U.S. Individual Federal Income Taxation: Historical, Contemporary, and Prospective Policy Issues by Anthony J. Cataldo, Western Michigan University and Arline A.Savage, Oakland University
Vol. 12. Performance Measurement and Management Control: A Compendium of Research by
Marc J. Epstein,
Vol 13. Information Asymmetry: A Unifying Concept for Financial and Managerial Accounting Theories
by Anthony. J. Cataldo,
Vol 14. Performance Measurement
and Management Control:
One additional volume is in process. All questions regarding manuscript submissions should be directed to the Series Editor. All subscription inquiries should be directed to the publisher.