An extensive literature exists that determines accounting journal rankings and top research producers both individually and by program. While this research stream provides valuable insights to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB) accredited programs and to programs working to achieve such accreditation, it frequently is based on quality perceptions or considers top-rated programs only. This study extends previous research by reviewing authorship by faculty at a wider range of institutions. The results of this study suggest that lists based on the “top” journals may be unrealistic for many institutions. The information provided in this manuscript should assist programs, program leaders, and faculty members address AACSB accreditation issues, promotion and tenure decisions, and annual faculty evaluations.
Original Publication Information
Attaway, Alan N., Sidney J. Baxendale, Benjamin P. Foster, and Julia N. Karcher. "Reassessing Accounting Faculty Scholarly Expectations: Journal Classification by Author Affiliation." 2008. Academy of Educational Leadership Journal 12(3): 71-86.
Attaway, Alan N.; Baxendale, Sidney J.; Foster, Benjamin P.; and Karcher, Julia N., "Reassessing accounting faculty scholarly expectations: Journal classification by author affiliation" (2008). Faculty Scholarship. 360.