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Abstract The study investigates changes in Israeli accounting students' career aspirations during their course of studies, and the relationship between these and their perceptions of professional accountancy firms. We employed a cross-sectional analysis of students across consecutive educational...
Abstract Many ethical decisions are based on the intensity of the moral conflict. Embezzling large sums of money is seen as more unethical, by most people, than stealing a pen or a piece of paper from one's workplace. This study examines the importance of the underlying characteristics of moral...
Abstract This research study elicits students' perceptions of the extent to which a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) supports, or indeed enhances, their learning experiences. A phenomenographic research study was conducted among first year, undergraduate accounting students at a UK business...
Abstract This study extends the literature that uses the theory of planned behaviour in examining the factors that impact on students' intentions to major in accounting and non-accounting disciplines. A survey of a sample of business students enrolled in an introductory accounting course in a...
Abstract This article explores the effectiveness of peer mentoring with accounting and finance students at the University of Dundee. The motives of such a mentoring scheme are to improve the participants' academic performance and to develop their transferable skills. In the context of this...
Abstract The ability to share the gains of one's life experiences is often restricted in the setting of a professional meeting where the emphasis tends to focus on presentations of research findings. The Shared Experiences initiative of the Teaching and Curriculum Section of the American...
Abstract The ninth annual meeting in a series entitled Colloquium on Change in Accounting Education recently concluded. My attendance at this meeting prompted a broader reflection on the scholarship of teaching and the purpose of academic conferences.
Abstract The case examines investment expenditures made by a major Australian manufacturer involved in the mining of bauxite ore and its refinement into alumina. The expenditures, around which the case revolves, are intended to increase the efficiency of operations of one West Australian...
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