Commentary on Endenich and Trapp’s article: Openness and signaling in accounting research
Dana R. Hermanson
CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ACCOUNTING, 2018, vol. 51, issue C, 56-61
This commentary develops some perspectives about openness and signaling in accounting research and offers thoughts about Endenich and Trapp’s analysis and findings. I discuss the typical thought process that my coauthors and I often use when considering target journals for our work. I also comment on Endenich and Trapp’s scope, key insights, conceptual model, and analysis. I believe that Endenich and Trapp’s analysis provides important insights about the accounting research domain, and I hope that my comments will encourage additional discussion.
Keywords: Research; Openness; Signaling (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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