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Abstract This paper examines publishing patterns amongst Australian accounting academics over the period 1999–2003. The number of potential publications is estimated by reference to the existing academic staff, their status and qualifications. An estimate of 400 potential publications per year...
Abstract Publishing activity as a measure of academic performance is a fertile research area and, frequently, leads to suggestions as to how such activity can be increased or receive greater recognition. This Commentary argues that the available evidence reveals that the majority of academics do...
This paper assesses the usefulness of concept mapping (an educational learning, assessment, and curriculum development technique developed by Novak, widely used in the natural sciences) within an accounting education context. It shows how an accounting-based concept map can be constructed by...
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