Founded in 2023, Advances in Managerial Auditing Research publishes original research that promises to advance our understanding of auditing over diverse topics and research methods. This Journal welcomes research of significance across a wide range of primary and applied research methods, including analytical, archival, experimental, survey and case study. The journal encourages articles of current interest to accounting scholars with high practical relevance for organizations or the larger society. We encourage our researchers to look for new solutions to or new ways of thinking about practices and problems, as well as invite well-founded critical perspectives. We provide a forum for communicating impactful research between professionals and academics in auditing research and practice with discusses and proposes solutions and impact the field. contributes to improving the practice and theory of auditing and encompasses internal and external auditing as well as other attestation activities (phenomena). Papers report results of original research that embody improvements in auditing theory or auditing methodology, discussion and analysis of current issues that bear on prospects for developments in auditing practice and in auditing research, and practices and developments in auditing in different countries. In addition to communicating the results of original auditing research, the International Journal of Auditing also aims to advance knowledge in auditing by publishing critiques, thought leadership papers and literature reviews on specific aspects of auditing. The journal seeks to publish articles that have international appeal either due to the topic transcending national frontiers or due to the clear potential for readers to apply the results or ideas in their local environments.
Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): February - May (In Press)