For Those Currently In DatabaseThe Accounting Ranking website now allows individuals to login to both add-to or update their profile and view content that is restricted from the general populatation. To login, please select your name in the search/dropdown below. You will than be taken to the ORCID website for authentication. Once authenticated, you will be taken to your profile.
For Those Not in DatabaseHistorically, we have only added individuals to the database who have published in our select set of journals. We have opened the database to all accounting researchers. Thus, if you are an accounting researcher and you are not already in the database, you can add yourself to the database. You must indicate your current university affiliation and graduate institution. We hope that you will login annually to keep that data current. You will not be able to delete this profile. The adding yourself to the database involves both adding information to this site as well as linking to your ORCID profile. If you do not have an ORCID profile, you will be prompted to create one. The link to add yourself to the database is below.
For Those Who Are Not Accounting ResearchersIf you are not an accounting researcher and wish to see the rankings reserved for authenticated accounting researchers, you may do so by clicking on the link below. You will be asked for identifying information.
Once logged in, individuals can
- Add their articles that have a DOI. Added articles will appear on their profile (click here for an example).
- Update information to keep colleagues aware of your current status.
- Add information to their profile such as a link to their SSRN, Google Scholar, and LinkedIn personal pages.
- View citation-based rankings, create custom rankings, and view which articles have the greatest number of citations.
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