Editorial Advisory Board

Published date01 July 2016
Date01 July 2016
Editor James B. Edwards
Associate Editor Michael A. Ehrlich
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The Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance (JCAF) is directed to corporate
accounting and nancial executives, outside auditors and other professionals work-
ing with corporations, as well as academicians and students.
Articles should address readership and be informative, analytical, practical, and
comprehensible. The JCAF editorial team looks for original material that offers
our readership new insights into, and new
approaches to, corporate accounting and
nance issues, including high quality “how
to” articles covering business strategy and
Each of the annual six issues is devoted
mostly to one or more primary topics, based
on timely relevance and information avail-
ability such as:
• Information Technology and Data Analytics
• International Accounting and Finance
• Treasury and Cash Management
Mergers and Acquisitions, and Corporate
Cost Management, Performance Metrics,
and Strategic Business Analysis
Auditing: Internal and External, Controls, and
Issues may include additional topics such
as: Behavioral Management, Leadership, and
Ethics; Supply Chain Management; Managerial
Economics; Capital Markets and Financial Value
Issues; Decision-Making; Styles, Approaches
and Experiences; Information Science and Util-
ity; Governmental Impact on Business; Impact
of “Cultural Tones” on Business; Tools Available
to Accounting and Finance Personnel; and
other emerging topical interests of readers.
Trending topics are always welcome if they
are timely and informative. Short commentar-
ies, new ideas, and new topics are encouraged.
Manuscripts are considered for publication
with the understanding that they represent
original material, and are offered exclusively
and without fee to The Journal of Corporate
Accounting & Finance. Articles must not have
been published previously and may not simul-
taneously be submitted elsewhere.
JCAF is dedicated to remaining on the
frontier of worldwide corporate accounting and nance issues and events. Authors
from the world of business practice are welcome as well as academic authors.
Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance has adopted ScholarOne Manu-
scripts for online manuscript submission and peer review. From now on all submissions
to the journal must be submitted online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/JCAF.
Before submitting your Word le, turn off Track Changes and click Accept All
Changes. The page must be clean—no comment tags should appear on the page.
JCAF uses Exhibits for Tabular material and graphics are labelled as Exhibits in JCAF.
All Exhibits should be submitted as separate Word les with one Exhibit per le.
Be sure to include a text callout in the manuscript for each Exhibit close to
where it should appear (i.e., “see Exhibit 1, Red Flags for Auditors”). Each exhibit must
be numbered (i.e., “Exhibit 1”) and include a caption (i.e., “Red Flags for Auditors”).
Please include a list of the numbered Exhibit captions on the last page of your
submission. Graphics for Exhibits should be in black and white and supplied as
image les (.jpeg, .tif, or .eps) with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi.
Please provide an Abstract (100 to 200 words) for your article. A brief—
50 words or less—biographical sketch of each author should also accompany the
article. The bio should name the author’s position, degrees and certications,
company or other professional organization, and eld of expertise. The email
address of each author can be included.
Please note that if the article contains content from another source for which
permission is needed for its use and publication, it is the author’s responsibility to
secure permission from the copyright holder.
Try to use as few notes and references as possible. If they are indispensable,
they should be double spaced as regular text on a separate page at the end of
the article. References should conform to APA style per the Publication Manual of
the American Psychological Association, 6th ed. Per APA style, all References must be
cited in text and all text citations must be included in the list References at the end
of the article. Here are some examples:
Journal article:
Bento, R. F., & White, L. F. (1998). Participants’ values and incentive plans. Human
Resource Management, 37(1), 47–60.
Hopkins, B. R. (1998). The law of tax-exempt organizations (7th ed.). New York,
NY: Wiley.
Online Reference:
Clay, R. (2008, June). Science vs. ideology: Psychologists ght back about the misuse
of research. Monitor on Psychology, 39(6). Retrieved from http://www.apa.org/monitor
Articles for consideration should be written with clarity, brevity and pertinence.
Titles of articles should be short and clear yet descriptive . All accepted manuscripts
are subject to editing. Please see the editorial guidelines available on the
journal website for further details.
Editorial Advisory Board
Gregory L. Prescott
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Mitchell College of Business
University of South Alabama
Mobile, AL
Tom Pryor
Integrated Cost Management Systems, Inc.
Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX
Caroline D. Strobel
Distinguished Professor
Emeritus Darla Moore School of Business
University of South Carolina/Columbia, SC

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