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Taxation is emerging as a profession in its own right in the UK. Professions require academic underpinning both in terms of research and university study but little is known about the relationship of tax teaching to the requirements of the profession. The study examines whether or not an...
The paper examines the impact of computer-based instruction (CBI) on a professionally-accredited undergraduate taxation course. The objective of introducing CBI into the course was to promote independent learning among students to prepare them for lifelong learning. Students' enthusiasm for the...
To uphold public confidence, businesses have been active in formulating ethical policies to regulate the behaviour of their members. It is generally accepted that the educational preparation of business people is critical for the effective implementation of such policies. Since taxation is an...
This study set out to test the relative merits and desirability of teaching tax principles and policy based either on a single textbook, or by using the more traditional UK social science method of wider reading and a more individualistic approach to learning. The method employed was to teach...
Researchers and numerous groups stress the importance of incorporating communication skills development into accounting curricula. Although a number of formal and informal techniques are available to instructors to incorporate writing skills into the classroom, many students have both oral and...
This paper analyses accounting education in Sri Lanka with particular reference to the university-profession partnership. In terms of the establishment of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Sri Lanka (ICASL) in 1959, the availability of accounting degree programmes in the university, and...
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