Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management

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Edited By: Daniel O'Leary

Online ISSN: 1099-1174

Overview


Endorsed by: the Artificial Intelligence/Emerging Technologies Section of the American Accounting Association


Aims and Scope


Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management is a quarterly international journal which publishes original, high quality material dealing with all aspects of intelligent systems as they relate to the fields of accounting, economics, finance, marketing and management. In addition, the journal also is concerned with related emerging technologies, including big data, business intelligence, social media and other technologies. It encourages the development of novel technologies, and the embedding of new and existing technologies into applications of real, practical value. Therefore, implementation issues are of as much concern as development issues. The journal is designed to appeal to academics in the intelligent systems, emerging technologies and business fields, as well as to advanced practitioners who wish to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, or economy of their working practices.

A special feature of the journal is the use of two groups of reviewers, those who specialize in intelligent systems work, and also those who specialize in applications areas. Reviewers are asked to address issues of originality and actual or potential impact on research, teaching, or practice in the accounting, finance, or management fields. Authors working on conceptual developments or on laboratory-based explorations of data sets therefore need to address the issue of potential impact at some level in submissions to the journal.

The journal publishes papers dealing with novel intelligent systems technologies with the potential for application, those which deal with the application of established technologies in areas of accounting, finance, or management previously dominated by unintelligent systems approaches, re-examinations of the performance of intelligent systems which add to understanding of either the technique or the application area and papers which deal with implementation and performance issues. Case studies illustrating the use of emerging and intelligent technologies also are solicited. Finally, surveys likely to be of use to researchers, teachers or practitioners are especially solicited.


Readership


Academics and practitioners in the following fields: finance · accounting and taxation · management and accounting information systems · information science · artificial intelligence technologies · cognitive science


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