Since 2020 there has been a new programme of ICAEW member communications, which includes daily, weekly and monthly e-bulletins to provide members and the wider profession with an overview of the latest developments in finance and accountancy. To find out more, visit our Insights hub.
As part of the Insights programme four editions of a quarterly magazine called Quarterly were issued in 2020 in print and digital formats (as a pdf and in content available through ICAEW.com). The last printed/pdf edition of Quarterly was released in Q4 2020 (December 2020).
From March 2021, longer form articles that previously would have appeared in the Quarterly magazine have been incorporated into the Specials section of Insights, where they are arranged according to theme. You can still subscribe to the Quarterly email which consolidates news of the different specials published over the preceding three months into a single mailshot.
In February 2012 ICAEW launched a new magazine called Economia to replace Accountancy as the official all-member monthly. The last issue of Economia was published in December 2019/January 2020.
Back issues of Economia
The ICAEW Library holds a complete reference collection of Economia magazine in print and digital formats.
Our library catalogue, LibCat, also includes details of around 500 articles from Economia and can be a useful search tool to help you identify which issue an article was published in.
Archived Economia website
The ICAEW Library has collected a copy of the Economia website as it stood after the final update in December 2019. You can navigate the archived website or use the search box below to find individual articles.
Accountancy was first published in 1938 as the official journal of the Society of Incorporated Accountants and Auditors (and the successor to The Incorporated Accountants' Journal) until the Society integrated with ICAEW in 1957.
From January 1958 until February 2012 Accountancy was published as the journal of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). The last edition of Accountancy magazine was published in December 2018.
The ICAEW Library holds an almost complete reference collection of print editions of Accountancy and Accountancy International, the international version of the magazine that ran between 1995 and 2000. Two editions are missing from the set - February 2017 and March 2017.
An index to the biographical profiles, photographs and portraits that appeared in this title from 1938 to 1965 can be found in the Accountancy Ancestors database.
The Institute Newsletter and the Information Bulletin
The ICAEW Library holds a complete reference collection of print editions of The Institute Newsletter and the Information Bulletin.
An index to the biographical profiles, photographs and portraits that appeared in this title are available through the Accountancy Ancestors database.
The Accountant was first published by Alfred Gee as an independent journal for the profession in October 1874. As the profession developed it received recognition as the independent weekly journal for Chartered Accountants and accountants across the world.
Although the journal was an independent publication, ICAEW recognised the value of the journal and in 1890 the Council encouraged members to become subscribers and to submit material for publication.
The ICAEW Library holds a reference collection of print editions of The Accountant, from 1874 to February 2022.
An index to the biographical profiles, photographs and portraits that appeared in this title from 1874 to 1965 can be found in the Accountancy Ancestors database.
Accounting and Business Research
Accounting and Business Research (ABR) is a renowned generalist accounting research journal that was established by ICAEW in 1970. ICAEW published the journal until 2002. It was subsequently published by Wolters Kluwer / CCH until 2011, when it was taken on by its present publisher, Taylor & Francis.
Despite this change in publisher, ABR has consistently maintained an association with ICAEW, which has supported its work in advancing accounting and business theory and practice. For example, in 2005/06, ABR entered into a collaboration with ICAEW to publish the Institute's PD Leake lectures and the papers presented at its annual Information for Better Markets (IFBM) conferences.
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