Korean Accounting Review

Print ISSN 1229-3288|Online ISSN 2508-7193

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About the Journal

About the journal

About the Journal

Korean Accounting Review (KAR) is a scholarly journal that publishes scientific research on the practice of accounting focusing on the problems, interest, and concerns of managers, accountants, and regulators. Within its scope are all aspects of accounting related to financial accounting, managerial accounting, taxation, auditing, government accounting, and accounting information system. Please see Aims and Scope for more detailed information about the Journal.

After its first publication in 1977, KAR has been the one of the most influential and leading accounting journals in Korea. KAR is a Korea Citation Index (KCI)-accredited journal since 2002 and has been selected as one of the excellent journals in social science as well as business area by the Korea Research Foundation since 2015. More detailed citation matrix information are available at KCI.

KAR is peer-reviewed journal that a double-blinded review is conducted to ensure the anonymity so that the referee and the submitter do not know each other. KAR is published six times a year now and may be published additional special issues when needed. Published papers are freely available from this homepage. More detailed information regarding review process is available here.

Publisher Description

KAR is the official journal of Korean Accounting Association (KAA). The KAA is the largest and oldest academic organization of accounting scholars and practitioners in Korea. It aims to create a fertile environment for innovation and collaborative research, to foster and improve research for the development and the promotion of accounting, and to develop a network among scholars, practitioners, investors, and regulatory authorities.

Since its establishment in 1973, the KAA has had a major impact on the accounting research community in Korea. The KAA has developed a series of networks that bring together accounting researchers, research-oriented organizations, practitioners, and other professionals for dissemination of accounting research.

The Korean Accounting Association uses the following means to meet its objectives:

  • • Symposium
  • • Doctoral Consortium
  • • Journals: "Korean Accounting Review” and “Korean Accounting Journal”
  • • Access to Osiris database (for KAA members only)
  • • Website
  • • Workshops & Seminars

More detailed information regarding KAA is available here.