Journal of Governmental & Nonprofit Accounting
The Journal of Governmental & Nonprofit Accounting (JOGNA) will be published by the Government and Nonprofit (GNP) Section of the American Accounting Association. To promote timely, widespread dissemination of ideas to the academic and practice communities, the journal will be published online.
The objective of JOGNA is to stimulate and report premier-quality research on a wide range of governmental and nonprofit accounting issues. The journal is interdisciplinary in scope and welcomes a broad array of research traditions and approaches.
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Journal Information Packet and Editor's Report
For information about journal activity and data, view the Journal of Governmental & Nonprofit Accounting Journal Information Packet by clicking clicking here.
To read the latest Editor Report, click the DOI link below:
Vaughan Radcliffe. 2017. Annual Editor's Report. Journal of Governmental & Nonprofit Accounting, Vol. 6, No. 1. https://doi.org/10.2308/ogna-10616
Journal Information Packet Citation: American Accounting Association. 2017. Journal of Governmental & Nonprofit Accounting Journal Information Packet. Copyright 2017, American Accounting Association.
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