The research analyzes topics in Accounting and Management studies and their trends over time. Based on hand-collected publication of full professor, associate professor, assistant researchers, doctoral graduates, we first suggest a classification of topics coherent with the one used by mains academic association annual congresses. Next, we find that Management and Financial accounting dominate topics in accounting studies, and that Auditing, Social, Environmental, Integrated report-ing, Education and History increase publication over time. We also find that public administration and health care industry dominate topics in management studies, and that public administration topics increases publications over time. We contribute to literature, extending previous studies focused only on specific type of re-searchers, publication, and topics. Full and Associate professors appear to drive the main topics, both in management (corporate governance - strategies) and accounting studies. Doctoral graduate and Assistant researchers, however, tend to focus their topics of research on articles, with great attention to the ranking of the journal that publishes the study.