Aim and Scope
European Financial and Accounting Journal (EFAJ) is main English economic journal published by the Faculty of Finance and Accounting, University of Economics in Prague, since 2007.
The Journal is predominantly devoted to finance and accounting theory, policy and practise in Europe with special focus on Central Europe. Our goal is to publish quality articles based on empirical research and theoretical articles developing financial and accounting theory and policy; thus bring new findings and solutions to the development of accounting and financial theory.
The journal serves a broad range of readers – academia, business and public administration. To ensure high quality of the journal all submitted papers are subject to double blind peer review process.
The EFAJ is issued 3 times a year in combined printed and electronic form. The electronic pdf version is accessible on the internet free of charge (http://www.vse.cz/efaj/archiv.php).
We encourage all interested contributors to submit their work for consideration. Please see instructions for authors, sample paper and license contract here.
Average Length of the Review Process 2014-2015: 2 month (and 2-4 month for publishing process).
On behalf of the Editorial Board,
The journal is indexed in the following databases: EBSCO, EconBiz, EconPapers, EconStor, ERIH PLUS, IDEAS, Index Copernicus, InfoBase Index, J-Gate and ResearchBib.
ISSN (Print): 1802-2197
ISSN (On-line): 1805-4846
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Does High Growth Create Value for Shareholders? Evidence from S&P500 Firms
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Construction Industry and Payment Discipline in the Czech Republic
Disclosure of Joint Ventures and Associates in Financial Statement under IFRS
Beata Gavurova, Samuel Korony
Application of Malmquist Indices in Valuation Process of Adult Day Surgery System in Slovakia
Local Revenue Mobilization in Romania
Short-term Fiscal Sustainability of V4 Countries