Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The manuscript shall be the result of empirical research or conceptual thinking in the scope of Accounting science, including, but not limited to, the topic of Private Sector Accounting, Public Sector Accounting, Auditing, Business Ethics and Profession Accounting, Banking and Capital Markets, Accounting Information Systems, Good Governance, Sustainability Reporting, Accounting Education and Tax Accounting.
- Manuscripts submitted to JIA are originals, in the sense that they have never been published or accepted to be published in other journals or books either for part or all of the text; and also not being sent to other journals for publication in the corresponding period, nor in the review of other journals.
- The manuscripts are written in English, stating the author's name, affiliation institution and e-mail address. Manuscript files should be in Microsoft Word format, two columns, with upper and left 4cm margins and 3cm down and right margins, Bookman Old Style typeface, 11pt size, space 1.5 and right-left.
- The manuscript must be written in compliance with the required writing guidelines. The mismatch of the format of writing to the guide will have a consequence on returning the manuscript to the author before entering the review process
- The JIA Editor Team has the right to edit the grammar and text writing in the manuscript with no prejudice to or alter the intent of the created article
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