Indian Journal of Accounting, Vol 52(1), June- 2020
ISSN-0972-1479 (Print) ISSN- 2395-6127 (Online)


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A National Bi-annual Double Blind Peer Reviewed Refereed Journal of IAA

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2012 0.564


Global Impact Factor
Indian Journal of Accointing

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2015 0.782
Indian Journal of Accounting - Current Issue

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Titles

Authors

1

VALUE RELEVANCE OF INTEGRATED REPORTING: A STUDY OF NIFTY 50 COMPANIES OF INDIA

Ekta Kumawat, Dr. Shilpa Lodha, Prof. G Soral

2

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ECONOMIC GROWTH AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT & GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS: INDIAN EVIDENCE

Dr. Subrata Roy

3

AN EVALUATION ON WEBSITE QUALITY OF ONLINE SHOPPING SITES

Ria Mammen, Dr. Georgee K.I

4

EXCHANGE RATE VOLATILITY INFLUENCE ON OVERSEAS EARNINGS: A STUDY OF S & P BSE DOLLEX 100 COMPANIES

Dr. Bhavik Panchasara, Dr. Heena S. Bharadia

5

MEASURING LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY IN REFINERIES SECTOR COMPANIES INCLUDED IN NIFTY 50

CMA (Dr.) Meenu Maheshwari, CA Priya Taparia

6

DOES IFRS MODE OF ANNUAL REPORTING MEET THE EXPECTATIONS OF THE INVESTOR? A CASE STUDY OF DR. REDDY’S LABORATORIES LIMITED

MD Suleman, Dr K V Achalapathi

7

PROGRESSION OF DIRECT TAX REVENUE IN INDIA – AN ASSESSMENT

Dr. S. Jayadev, Dr. Anupama.R

8

INDEPENDENCE OF STATUTORY AUDITORS - CONTROVERSIES AND REMEDIES

Dr. Somnath Ghosh

9

EFFECT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF THE INDIAN IT COMPANIES

Vaishali Mehta, Dr. Butalal Ajmera

10

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON PROFITABILITY POSITION OF SELECTED NATIONALISED BANKS IN INDIA

Dr. Rajendra Bhupatlal Patoliya

11

ACCOUNTING EDUCATION IN VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT

Mr. Muna Sahoo, Dr. Rabindra Kumar Swain

12

ACCOUNTING EDUCATION IN VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

Dr. Giridhari Sahoo, Dr. Rabindra Kumar Swain

13

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT USING DATA ENVELOPMENT ANALYSIS: A CASE STUDY OF INDIAN POWER SECTOR COMPANIES

Dr. Azhar Ahmed Sheikh, Prof. G. Soral