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Further Food for Thought on the ABS Guide

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This paper replies to points raised by the editors of the ABS Guide, Huw Morris, Charles Harvey, Aidan Kelly and Michael Rowlinson (2011) Accounting Education: an international journal, 20(6), pp. 561–573) in response to a paper published in a previous issue of Accounting Education (Hussain, S. (2011) Accounting Education: an international journal, 20(6), pp. 545–559). It also makes reference to a paper by Alan Sangster (2011) Accounting Education: an international journal, 20(6), pp. 575–580), which appeared in that same issue of the journal, detailing the personal experiences of an accounting researcher working in the specialisms of both accounting education and accounting history.
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Keywords: Association of Business Schools; Journal quality; accounting education; accounting history; journal ratings

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Newcastle University Business School, UK

Publication date: 01 February 2012

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