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UoB Preparatory Course in Accounting and Finance - Introduction Managerial Accounting: e-Journals

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Scholarly and Peer reviewed explained

What is scholarly information?

Scholarly information is in-depth, accurate, well researched and written by academics and researchers. Scholarly information is found in sources such as books and journals. Some scholarly information, such as journal articles, may have gone through a peer-review process.
 

What is peer-review?

Articles published in peer-reviewed (or refereed) journals have been through a formal approval process. This means that an editor and subject specialists have reviewed the article before it has been accepted for publication. This guarantees the quality of the research.

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