We study the supply and demand for European accounting research. To assess the supply side, we study all papers presented at EAA congresses. We find that European papers are more co-authored than local papers, are mostly in Financial Accounting (50%) and use the empirical archival methodology (46%). 34% of them are published. As expected the EAR is the major outlet for European papers, closely followed by British and U.S. journals. The number of co-authors and their nationality are the only significant variables associated with the likelihood of publication.
JENY, A. and JEANJEAN, T. (2007). Supply and Demand for European Accounting Research. Evidence from EAA Congresses. In: 28ème congrès de l'AFC - Comptabilité et environnement (CD-Rom). Association Francophone de Comptabilité (AFC).