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Prestige distinctions are critical to any understanding of the US academic community. Past rankings of academic departments of accounting, based on a variety of factors including faculty publications, citations and external perceptions, fail to provide a means of assessing relative prestige....
This paper reports the results of a longitudinal study of the determinants of student performance on undergraduate accounting degree examinations. The educational background, demographic characteristics and financial/investment characteristics of a group of undergraduate students were determined...
Portfolio Risk Management is a fundamental part of standard business finance courses. This topic, however, is sometimes difficult for students to grasp and demonstration of the practical implications without using a computer is difficult due to the complex and tedious portfolio mathematics. In...
This study investigates the impact on second semester results of an exemption from first semester university accounting. It is concluded that, prividing students have achieved an ‘A’ in high school accounting, they will not be disadvantaged if they do not undertake first semester accounting.
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