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Accountancy Age wins major award

Accountancy Age has been named 'one of the world's most valuable English language management papers', seeing off international competition from the Havard Business Review and the English and Scots ICA journals.

This year’s Anbar Golden Page Award 2000 award for readability in the accounting and finance category was presented to Accountancy Age editor Douglas Broom at a ceremony in London last week.

Accountancy Age was one of 33 publications singled out for special mention. Anbar editorial manager Jean Clarkson said: ‘These are publications that our reviewers have selected as the world’s most valuable English language management papers in key subject areas.’

The international competition is run by the Accreditation Board of Anbar Electronic Intelligence, a leading management and information service. The judging criteria focused on originality and readability of content, research implications and practical implications.

The review process was carried out over a 12-month period from November 1998 to November 1999, during which more than 21,000 articles from over 400 management publications were appraised on their content.

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