The IMA Educational Case Journal (IECJ®) is a quarterly, online journal whose mission is to publish for management accounting and related fields:
· Teaching cases
· Research related to case writing or teaching with cases
The case studies in this journal provide an educational resource rich in detail to reflect current problems and complexities characteristic of today's dynamic business environment. It aims to facilitate interaction between financial professionals and educators.
IECJ is listed in the Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Accounting.
IMA offers case writing competitions with cash awards, including: Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 IMA Case Writing Competition:
First Place Award ($2,000)
“West Coast Equestrian Association”
Doug Kalesnikoff, FCPA, FCA, IFA, CFE, University of Saskatchewan
Vince Bruni-Bossio, University of Saskatchewan
Suresh Kalagnanam, CMA, CPA, CGA, Ph.D., University of Saskatchewan
Second Place Award ($1,000)
“Hula Island: Strategic Decisions Involving Costs and Benefits of Internet Advertising Programs”
Stephen C. Hansen, Ph.D., Naval Postgraduate School
Tom Albright, CPA, Ph.D., Naval Postgraduate School
Third Place Award ($500)
“Trust May Breed Trouble: Fraud Opportunities and Ethics at Saintly Church”
Cecily Raiborn, CMA, CPA, CFE, Ph.D., Texas State University
Janet B. Butler, CGMA, CITP, Ph.D., Texas State University
Nathan H. Cannon, CPA, Ph.D., Texas State University
Randall F. Young, Ph.D., Texas State University
Subscribers may use the cases for educational purposes.
For IMA members, a subscription to IMA Educational Case Journal is automatically included in membership dues.
Subscriptions are also available for nonmembers.
For questions about subscriptions and academic use, please contact:
IECJ Production Editor
(800) 638-4427, ext. 1732
From outside the U.S.: +1 (201) 474-1732
How do I access the IMA Educational Case Journal?
The cases are accessible by issue or by individual case.
Browse Back Issues & Cases
How do I get Teaching Notes for the Cases?
Teaching Notes are available without charge to IMA Academic members and are housed in a secure location on LinkUp IMA.
Teaching Notes (you will be prompted log in)
How can I submit a Case for Publication?
Case studies jointly authored by academics and practitioners are strongly encouraged. Real-world cases are strongly preferred, but fictional cases, especially those with some basis in practice, will be considered. International submissions are welcome and encouraged.
Editorial Policy and Submission Guidelines
Case submissions are refereed by members of the IECJ Editorial Advisory and Review Board using a double-blind review process.
For questions regarding the IECJ, please contact:
IECJ Production Editor