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In developing classroom teaching strategies, it is important for the accounting instructors to obtain feedback that allows them to adjust their teaching methods to fully meet the needs of their students. One important form of feedback comes from students' course evaluations. These course...
Colleges and universities worldwide have benefited from the growth of the stock market of the 1990s. Many universities have seen marginal increases in their endowments. Accounting programmes have been among the beneficiaries of endowment growth and a concurrent increase in the number of endowed...
Management accounting education has been subject of considerable debate since the 1970s, particularly in terms of what topics should be taught. The research reported here set out to ascertain the management accounting topics/techniques and the skills/characteristics that are considered important...
This paper reviews the research papers contained within the first ten volumes of Accounting Education: an international journal since its launch in 1992, identifying both areas that have been well covered and those that present opportunities for further research. The paper compares coverage with...
This paper discusses two service-learning experiences in academic accounting programmes in the USA. The Campus Compact (2000) and professional accounting organizations have called for experiences that bridge the gap between academic preparation, the professional workplace and volunteerism. In...
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