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Free access to research papers in renowned accounting journals

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02 May 2013

In an effort to promote accounting research, the publisher Taylor & Francis Online has pulled together four freely available collections of research papers on currently much debated issues. The topic groups are: 'International Financial Reporting Standards', 'Sustainability in Accounting', 'The Financial Crises', and 'Accounting Education'.

The research papers are sourced from Accounting and Business Research, Accounting Education, Accounting in Europe, European Accounting Review, Social and Environmental Accountability Journal, Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment, and Accounting History Review.

Among the articles are contributions by such distinguished researches as former IASB member Professor Mary Barth (Stanford Graduate School of Business), past IAAER president Professor Donna Street (Dayton University), and Professor Sidney Gray (University of Sydney Business School), mentor in the Deloitte IAAER Scholarship Programme.

Access to the collections of research papers is available through the links below (all links to Taylor & Francis Online). Please note that free access expires at the end of July 2013.

On IAS Plus, we offer a dedicated subpage on Research and education and a collection of research papers on financial reporting.

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