ACCOUNTANCY BUSINESS 
AND 
THE PUBLIC INTEREST
EDITORIAL POLICY

ACCOUNTANCY BUSINESS AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST (ABPI) is published by the Associations for Accountancy & Business Affairs (AABA), a non-profit making organisation incorporated in the UK (Click here for more).

The mission of AABA is to:

(i) to advance the public interest by facilitating critical scrutiny of commercial and non-commercial organisations inter alia companies, partnerships, sole traders, public bodies, local authorities, charities, non-profit making organisations and any other form of
 commercial or non-commercial organisation;

(ii) to facilitate critical scrutiny of professional bodies, regulatory bodies, employer organisations, employee organisations, government departments and business organisations;

(iii) to campaign for such reforms as will help to secure greater openness and democracy, protect and further the rights of stakeholders and to make disclosures where necessary;

(iv) to engage in education and research to further public awareness of the workings, the social, political and the economic role of accountancy and business organisations.

ABPI will publish original  interdisciplinary research papers, articles, commentaries and polemics on a wide range of issues. The indicative topics are:

We encourage writers to ensure that their material be accessible to a wider audience. Authors are particularly encouraged to develop public policies for tackling social problems.

ACCOUNTANCY BUSINESS AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST 
is a free peer reviewed journal. It does not levy any submission fees. In accordance with our misison (see ablove) we seek to stimulate debates and give voice to issues and concerns which are marginalised.