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Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations Vol: 1

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25 Aug 1998
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
304 pages - 156 x 234 x 17mm
Advances in Accounting Education


"Advances in Accounting Education" is a refereed, academic research annual whose purpose is to meet the needs of individuals interested in the ways to improve their classroom instruction. Major changes are occurring in accounting education as a result of recommendations from the Accounting Education Change Commission, the American Institute of CPAs, the Institute of Management Accountants and the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (the accrediting agency) and the new 150-Hour Requirement. We publish thoughtful, well-developed articles that are readable, relevant and reliable. Articles may be either empirical and non-empirical. They emphasize pedagogy, i.e., explaining how teaching methods or curricula/programs can be improved.
Problems and considerations in implementing technology-based solutions to address changes in accounting curricula (M.R. Gujarathi, R.J. McQuade). Expanding the perspective of performance analysis to include the concepts of SPC, ABCM, and REA database systems (J.R. Martin). Modifying a federal income tax course to include team and independent learning objectives (C.A. McConnell, C.M. Sasse). The case for fiction in the accounting program (J.R. Dorocak, S.E.C. Purvis). Leadership and technical ability: determinants of student project team performance (C.A. Usoff, M.R. Nixon). Introductory Accounting Courses Using. Statements models as advanced organizers in introductory financial accounting (C.D. Edmonds et al.). The "games" accounting professors play: communicating with generation X (G.P. Cermignano et al.). Designing and implementing an AECC complying introductory accounting course: a four-year perspective (M.J. Abdolmohammadi et al.). Curricular revision starting at ground zero: the case of introductory accouting (C.L. DeBerg et al.). The impact of recognition opportunities and examination format on students' examination performance in introductory accouting (R.D. Allen et al.). Ethics Instruction. A self-reflective approach to teaching ethics in the accouting curriculum (C. Esmond-Kiger, D.M. Stein). A separate course in accounting ethics: an example (S.E. Loeb). Developing ethical conduct and ethical leadership in accounting ethics education (S.A. Reiter, L. Flynn). Celebrating accounting heroes: an alternative approach to teaching ethics (M.C. Knapp et al.).

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