Aim and Scope:

The Journal of Academic Research on Management Accounting and Finance (JARMAF)‘s aim is publishing refereed, original research studies and articles that are well-written and describe the latest developments and researches in the Management, Accounting, and Finance area. The journal is broad-based that covers all branches of  Management, Accounting, Finance, and interdisciplinary researches. JARMAF is a peer-reviewed journal and is published three times a year from August 2013 under the eISSN 2289-4802. The journal is indexed by Indexed by Google Scholar and is under evaluation to be indexed by ProQuest, and EBSCO databases.

Please read the “Authors’ Instructions” carefully before submitting the paper.

The interest area of the JARMAF include but are not limited to:


Accounting  Advertising Management
Business & Economics
Business Ethics
Business Intelligence
Business Information Systems
Business Law
Business Performance Management
Business Statistics
Change Management
Communications Management
Comparative Economic Systems
Consumer Behavior
Corporate Finance and Governance
Corporate Governance
Cost Management
Decision Sciences
Development Planning and Policy
Economic Development
Economic Methodology
Economic Policy
Economic Systems
Finance & Investment
Financial Economics
Global Business
Growth; Aggregate Productivity
Household Behavior and Family Economics
Human Resource
Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Information Systems
Information Technology Management
International Business
International Economics
International Finance
Labor Economics
Labor Relations & Human Resource Management
Law and Economics
Management Information Systems
Management Science
Market Structure and Pricing
Marketing Research and Strategy
Marketing Theory and Applications
Operations Research Organizational Behavior & Theory
Organizational Communication
Prices, Business Fluctuations, and Cycles
Product Management
Production and Organizations
Production/Operations Management
Public Administration and Small Business Entrepreneurship
Public Choice
Public Economics and Finance
Public Relations
Public Responsibility and Ethics
Regulatory Economics
Resource Management
Strategic Management
Strategic Management Policy
Stress Management
Supply Change Management
Systems Management
Systems Thinking
Taxes (related areas of taxes)
Technological Change; Research and Development
Technology & Innovation
Time Management
Total Quality Management
Welfare Economics