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This paper reports on the changing nature of a range of information technology (IT) application skills that students declare on entering an accounting degree over the period from 1996 to 2006. Accounting educators need to be aware of the IT skills students bring with them to university because...
This article documents a case study of a cohort-based MBA program with an accounting concentration at a university in the USA. This ethnographic study used interviews, observations, and document review to examine the students' experiences. Data were analyzed via grounded theory techniques....
The objective of this study is to explore cross-sectionally the potential determinants of academic performance in undergraduate accounting modules for non-accounting degree students. The econometric model used in this study employs both student-oriented endogenous factors (e.g. age, gender) as...
Ethical decision-making is theorised to consist of four stages: identification of an ethical dilemma, ethical judgement, ethical intentions and ethical actions. The moral intensity of the situation has been found to influence the ethical decision-making process. Using a survey consisting of four...
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