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The underrepresentation of minority professionals in audit persists despite ongoing counterefforts by accounting firms and faculty. We conduct 19 semi-structured interviews with minority (Black and Hispanic) and nonminority (White) accounting majors and document their perceptions of the audit...
High turnover rates in public accounting, particularly in Big 4 firms, are troublesome considering the shortage of accounting professionals. This study investigates the factors that influence the choice of career path upon graduation and the long-term career goals of accounting students in the...
Several researchers have decried the marginalization of critical thought in accounting education programs. Initiatives have been taken to make students aware of standpoints other than the traditional, technocratic view of accounting, but of how students reacted to these, little is known....
Publishing in academic journals leads to recognition among peers and contributes to northern scientific knowledge. Brazilian universities have encouraged the internationalization of scientific production in English. The English language has come to be considered the lingua of science and...
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