Berkeley Electronic Press is pleased to announce the addition of a new peer-reviewed journal, Accounting, Economics, and Law – A Convivium, to our collection.
Accounting, Economics, and Law – A Convivium (AEL) encourages a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between individuals, organizations, and institutions in economy and society. Financial, economic and legal techniques and languages play an influential and neglected role in this relationship and lie at the heart of control, governance and regulation. The journal rediscovers this role by placing them in the context of socio-economics, economic history, and political economy. Forging new links between the disciplines in order to yield richer theoretical insights and new perspectives on practice, the journal welcomes papers from accounting, economics, law, sociology, anthropology, history, political science, policy studies, and management sciences.