COBA

Journal of Forensic Studies in Accounting

MISSION

The mission of the Journal of Forensic Studies in Accounting and Business is to provide an outlet for communication and research collaboration among fraud and forensic accounting practitioners and education programs. The journal emphasizes fraud investigation and forensic accounting and publishes both research and pedagogical papers in the areas of fraud and forensic studies in all fields of business. The journal focuses on three tracks including:

TEACHING

The purpose of this track is to improve education in the areas of fraud and forensic accounting. Pedagogical techniques, case presentations, and empirical studies are important areas for this tract.

PRACTICE

The purpose of this track is to present techniques and technologies of investigation involving real-world business problems or litigation issues. A secondary purpose of this track is to encourage collaboration between practitioners and academics on fraud and forensic topics.

RESEARCH

The purpose of this track is to provide a forum for theoretical and empirical papers in the area of fraud and forensic accounting.

 

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Last updated: 4/3/2013

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