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The journal aims to cover topics and issues in various sub-areas of finance and accounting in context of emerging and developing economies.
Purpose is to highlight the practical insights on the challenges faced by theorists and practitioners in these economies.
One reason could be that both countries started from a low base — near the bottom of the list of top 40 countries in overall numbers of papers, says Robert Tijssen, head of science and innovation studies at Leiden University in the Netherlands.
The figures might also reflect changes in how the database is curated, which has added more local or national journals to the mix.
The journal specially welcomes submissions which cover the topical areas related to sustainable accounting and financial policy.
CSRC Publishing and JAFEE follow an Open Access Policy for copyright and licensing.
By some measures, China has already overtaken the United States.
The quality of China’s science in terms of citations is also increasing, says Wagner.
But some geographical regions, notably in Africa, are still under-represented, says Tijssen.
Increases in funding and international collaborations might also have boosted the rise in publications in Egypt and Pakistan, say Tijssen and Wagner.