Mission: To promote research in finance, accounting and related areas by disseminating the ideas and techniques of scholars and practitioners on important issues in these areas.
Aims and Scope: Mudra is a bi-annual referred journal that publishes articles on pertinent issues in the field of accounting and finance. The objective of the journal is to publish insightful and innovative research that makes incremental contribution to the existing literature on accounting and finance. The broad areas include financial management, financial services, financial markets and institutions, security analysis and portfolio management, accounting theory and practice, behavioral finance and accounting, cost accounting, management accounting and new developments in each of these areas. Since the journal is multidisciplinary in its scope therefore articles dealing with integration of finance and accounting with other disciplines are invited.
Target Readership: The journal intends to serve the interests of academicians, professionals, and business and corporate executives in the field of accounting and finance.
Indexed and abstracted with - Indian Citation Index (ICI), Google Scholar, CNKI Scholar, EBSCO Discovery, Summon(ProQuest), Cross-Ref, Research Gate, Ulrich's Web, J-Gate and Scilit.