About the Journal

Journal Name: Corporate Governance & Audit Archive Review

Print ISSN: 3006-1431

Online ISSN: 3006-144X

The Corporate Governance & Audit Archive Review is a peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the critical examination of corporate governance and audit practices. It provides a platform for scholars and practitioners to share their research findings, theoretical insights, and practical experiences with a global audience.

Scope and Mission:

Cgareview focuses on the critical analysis of corporate governance and audit practices, with a particular emphasis on their impact on organizational performance, accountability, sustainability, and ethical conduct. The journal welcomes submissions that address a wide range of topics, including:

  • Corporate governance mechanisms: Board composition, board effectiveness, audit committees, ownership structure, investor activism, regulatory frameworks
  • Audit practices: Audit quality, audit independence, audit fees, audit standards, audit technology, internal controls
  • Financial reporting: Financial reporting quality, corporate disclosure, accounting standards, fraud detection, corporate social responsibility
  • Corporate ethics: Business ethics, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, ethical leadership, anti-corruption
  • The role of corporate governance and audit in: Risk management, corporate crisis management, investor relations, stakeholder engagement, corporate reputation

Cgareview's mission is to:

  • Promote rigorous and high-quality research in the field of corporate governance and audit.
  • Encourage the development of new theoretical frameworks and empirical research methodologies.
  • Facilitate the exchange of knowledge and best practices between academics and practitioners.
  • Contribute to the advancement of corporate governance and audit practices globally.

Target Audience:

Cgareview is a valuable resource for a diverse audience, including:

  • Academics: Researchers, professors, and doctoral students in the fields of accounting, finance, business administration, economics, and law.
  • Practitioners: Corporate governance professionals, auditors, internal auditors, risk management professionals, compliance officers, and investors.
  • Policymakers: Regulators and policymakers seeking to develop effective corporate governance and audit frameworks.
  • Students: Undergraduate and graduate students interested in the field of corporate governance and audit.

Submission Process:

Cgareview welcomes submissions of original research articles, case studies, book reviews, and other scholarly contributions. Submissions are subject to a double-blind peer-review process.

Benefits of Publishing in Cgareview:

  • Wide readership: The journal reaches a global audience of academics, practitioners, and policymakers.
  • Rigorous peer-review process: All submissions are reviewed by experts in the field.
  • Fast publication: Accepted papers are published online first and indexed in major academic databases.
  • High visibility: The journal is indexed in leading academic databases and enjoys a good reputation in the field.
  • Open access: The journal offers an open access option, making research findings freely available to a wider audience.

By publishing in Cgareview, you can contribute to the advancement of knowledge and practice in the field of corporate governance and audit, and make a positive impact on the global business community.