The resources listed below are helpful in keeping current and are intended for the practitioner.
The list below provides journals that are available in full-text and represent topical publications within finance and accounting.
Asia-Pacific Financial Markets (1997-present) - An international forum for researchers and practitioners in academia, industry, and government, who engage in empirical and/or theoretical research into the financial markets.
Law & Financial Markets Review (2009-present) - Provides information, comment and analysis for lawyers specializing in banking and financial market issues and to others with interests in legal and regulatory developments affecting the financial markets.
Accounting Review (1926-present) - Premier journal of articles reporting the results of accounting research and explaining and illustrating related research methodology; published for members of the American Accounting Association.
Federal Reserve Bulletin (1915-present; 1990-present) - Articles and notes on banks and banking, legal developments, and financial and business statistics published by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System for its member banks.
Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance (1986-present) - Presents research articles, professional adaptation and empirical analysis on all aspects of accounting, auditing and finance for a general readership.
Journal of Finance and Quantitative Analysis (1966-present) - Theoretical and empirical research in financial economics, including corporate finance, investments, capital and security markets and quantitative methods of particular relevance to financial researchers.
Review of Financial Studies (1988-4 years ago; 1996-present) - A publication of The Society for Financial Studies, this academic journal publishes new research in the field of financial economics.