The Accounting Historians Notebook, April 2015 1
Vol. 38, No. 1 © Academy of Accounting Historians April 2015
It’s my pleasure to announce that at the beginning of 2015 the Acade-my’s submission for inclusion of The Accounting Historians Journal in the Scopus database was accept-ed.
The Scopus Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB) expressed the following appreciation:
“This is a very important journal in the field and is very well cited.”
The back-fill of past articles starting from 2014 has already been com-pleted and, by so doing, it is hoped that the journal will achieve greater attention by research evaluation agencies, universities, and authors. Meanwhile, the internationally known Association of Business Schools’ (ABS) Academic Journal Guide 2015 issued on February 25, 2015, listed The Accounting Histori-ans Journal, Accounting History and Accounting History Review all at level 2, with other well-known and respected journals.
The listing on Scopus was one of the main goals on my presidential agen-da, as portrayed at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh at the end of 2013. This victory, repays both past and present AHJ Editors, and past and present Presidents, trustees and staff, as well as the entire AHJ-AAH broad community – for the efforts undertak-en in the last years and decades.
I hope that this prestigious achieve-ment assists in increasing the visibil-ity and awareness of the glorious history of AHJ and AAH!
President of the Academy of
Accounting Historians Journal on Scopus