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Het MAB is het enige Nederlandstalige academische Open Access tijdschrift over nieuwe ontwikkelingen binnen de accountancy, bedrijfseconomie en daaraan verwante kennisgebieden. Sinds 1924 biedt het MAB artikelen over accountantscontrole, externe verslaggeving, bestuurlijke informatieverzorging, management accounting, financiering en organisatie en management, altijd geschreven door experts en altijd praktisch relevant. De artikelen op deze website zijn voor iedereen gratis te raadplegen, u kunt het MAB steunen door een print abonnement te nemen.

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Het MAB is het enige Nederlandstalige academische Open Access tijdschrift over nieuwe ontwikkelingen binnen de accountancy, bedrijfseconomie en daaraan verwante kennisgebieden. Sinds 1924 biedt het MAB artikelen over accountantscontrole, externe verslaggeving, bestuurlijke informatieverzorging, management accounting, financiering en organisatie en management, altijd geschreven door experts en altijd praktisch relevant. De artikelen op deze website zijn voor iedereen gratis te raadplegen, u kunt het MAB steunen door een print abonnement te nemen.

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MAB is the only Dutch-language academic Open Access journal on new developments in accountancy, business economics and related areas. MAB was founded in 1924 and publishes articles on auditing, external reporting, accounting information systems, management accounting, finance and management and organization, always written by experts and always relevant for practitioners. The articles on this website are free for everyone to read, you can support MAB by taking a print subscription.

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ISSN 2543-1684 (online) | ISSN 0924-6304 (print)
Publication types: Research articles, Columns, Editorials, Introductions to special issue, Letters to the editor, Book reviews
Indexed: DOAJ, Google Scholar
Archived: CLOCKSS and Zenodo

The Journal of European Landscapes fills this gap by stimulating and promoting both empirical research and reflexive thinking on the history and heritage of the landscapes of Europe. In our opinion, the proposed journal should focus on the history and heritage of landscape. For the historical dimension, the tradition of ‘landscape history and archaeology’, a successful research tradition on the British isles, could be seen as a good basis. This tradition is also of growing importance in continental Europe. Heritage, defined as the present use of the past, is a good addition to this as it connects historical research with modern planning and management.

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As a result of growing economic interdependence and political integration, Europe becomes ever more important as a spatial framework for research. This is particularly true for landscape research. The development of landscapes is highly dependent on the politics of the European Union. Policies on landscape and heritage are increasingly influenced by international cooperation.

For disciplines with a spatial dimension, such as geography, archaeology, landscape research and heritage studies, this results in comparative research in regions in Europe and, sometimes, on Europe as a whole. As a result, there is a growing awareness of the European dimensions of landscape and heritage. Although landscape is a theme that is increasingly studied on a European level (in fact, landscape is often described as a typical European theme), there is no journal that focuses on landscape and heritage.

The Journal of European Landscapes fills this gap by stimulating and promoting both empirical research and reflexive thinking on the history and heritage of the landscapes of Europe. In our opinion, the proposed journal should focus on the history and heritage of landscape. For the historical dimension, the tradition of ‘landscape history and archaeology’, a successful research tradition on the British isles, could be seen as a good basis. This tradition is also of growing importance in continental Europe. Heritage, defined as the present use of the past, is a good addition to this as it connects historical research with modern planning and management.

ISSN 2452-1051 (online)
Publication types: Research Papers, Editorials, Book Reviews, Project Descriptions