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Accounting Education

1998 - 2013

Current editor(s): Richard Wilson

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Volume 22, issue 5, 2013

Supporting Students' Learning: The Use of Formative Online Assessments pp. 425-444 Downloads
Sandra Einig
Perceptions of the Usefulness of Virtual Learning Environments in Accounting Education: A Comparative Evaluation of Undergraduate Accounting Students in Spain and England pp. 445-466 Downloads
Rosario López Gavira and Kamil Omoteso
Accounting Students' Feedback on Feedback in Australian Universities: They're Less Than Impressed pp. 467-488 Downloads
Kim Watty, Paul de Lange, Rodney Carr, O'Connell, Brendan, Bryan Howieson and Ben Jacobsen
Using Classroom Layout to Help Reduce Students' Apprehension and Increase Communication pp. 489-491 Downloads
Kirsten Rae and John Sands
Research Report Summaries from Round 2 of the IAAER/ACCA Awards Grants for Research to Inform the International Accounting Education Standards Board (IAESB) pp. 492-493 Downloads
Peter Wolnizer
A Framework of Best Practice of Continuing Professional Development for the Accounting Profession pp. 494-497 Downloads
Paul de Lange, Beverley Jackling and Ilias G. Basioudis
Ontology-based e-Assessment for Accounting Education pp. 498-501 Downloads
Kate Litherland, Patrick Carmichael and Agustina Martínez-García
Developing a Global Model of Accounting Education and Examining IES Compliance in Australia, Japan, and Sri Lanka pp. 502-506 Downloads
Kim Watty, Satoshi Sugahara, Nadana Abayadeera and Luckmika Perera

Volume 22, issue 4, 2013

Sustainability and Accounting Education pp. 303-307 Downloads
Maria Cadiz Dyball and Ian Thomson
Sustainability + Accounting Education: The Elephant in the Classroom pp. 308-332 Downloads
Rob Gray
A Commentary on 'Sustainability and Accounting Education: The Elephant in the Classroom' pp. 333-335 Downloads
Matias Laine
Utopia' and 'Passion': A Commentary on 'Sustainability and Accounting Education: The Elephant in the Classroom pp. 336-339 Downloads
Massimo Contrafatto
Integrated Reporting: A Review of Developments and their Implications for the Accounting Curriculum pp. 340-356 Downloads
Gareth Owen
A Commentary on 'Integrated Reporting: A Review of Developments and their Implications for the Accounting Curriculum' pp. 357-359 Downloads
Nancy Kamp-Roelands
A Commentary on 'Integrated Reporting: A Review of Developments and their Implications for the Accounting Curriculum' pp. 360-362 Downloads
Carmen Correa Ruiz
A Rejoinder to Commentaries on 'Integrated Reporting: A Review of Developments and their Implications for the Accounting Curriculum' pp. 363-365 Downloads
Gareth Owen
Rhetoric or Reality? Do Accounting Education and Experience Increase Weighting on Environmental Performance in a Balanced Scorecard? pp. 366-381 Downloads
Monte Wynder, Kai-Uwe Wellner and Karin Reinhard
A Commentary on 'Rhetoric or Reality? Do Accounting Education and Experience Increase Weighting on Environmental Performance in a Balanced Scorecard?' pp. 382-384 Downloads
Carlos Larrinaga
Sustainability Education and Accounting Experience. What Motivates Higher Valuation of Environmental Performance? pp. 385-387 Downloads
Stefan Schaltegger
Will Rhetoric ever Become Reality? A Rejoinder to Larrinaga and Schaltegger pp. 388-390 Downloads
Monte Wynder
Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights and Business Schools' Responsibility to Teach It: Incorporating Human Rights into the Sustainability Agenda pp. 391-412 Downloads
Ken McPhail
A Commentary on 'Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights and Business Schools' Responsibility to Teach It' pp. 413-417 Downloads
Jeff Everett
Incorporating Human Rights into the Sustainability Agenda pp. 418-420 Downloads
Jane Andrew
A Rejoinder to Commentaries on 'Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights and Business Schools' Responsibility to Teach It' pp. 421-424 Downloads
Ken McPhail

Volume 22, issue 3, 2013

Discourse Surrounding the International Education Standards for Professional Accountants (IES): A Content Analysis Approach pp. 213-232 Downloads
Satoshi Sugahara and Rachel Wilson
An Exploratory Study on Cognitive Skills and Topics Focused in Learning Objectives of Finance Modules: A UK Perspective pp. 233-247 Downloads
Geeta Lakshmi
A-Level Subject Choice, Systematic Bias and University Performance in the UK: The Case of Accounting pp. 248-267 Downloads
N. Rowbottom
The Implementation of IAS 16 and IAS 41 at Andrew Peller Limited pp. 268-281 Downloads
Pascale Lapointe-Antunes and James Moore
Bright Pharmaceuticals SE: Accounting for a Business Combination under IFRS 3 pp. 282-294 Downloads
Dominic Detzen, Sebastian Hoffmann and Henning Zülch
The Experience of an International University Teacher in Australia pp. 295-298 Downloads
Nadana Abayadeera
Why do Students Choose not to Follow All Instructions when Completing Assessment Tasks? pp. 299-301 Downloads
Wendy Fleet

Volume 22, issue 2, 2013

Using Digital Storytelling to Engage Student Learning pp. 109-124 Downloads
Themin Suwardy, Gary Pan and Poh-Sun Seow
Students' Perceptions of a Scaffolded Approach to Learning Financial Planning: An Empirical Study pp. 125-146 Downloads
Michelle Cull and Glenda Davis
The Impact of a Flexible Assessment System on Students' Motivation, Performance and Attitude pp. 147-167 Downloads
Parunchana Pacharn, Darlene Bay and Sandra Felton
Developing Accounting Students' Listening Skills: Barriers, Opportunities and an Integrated Stakeholder Approach pp. 168-192 Downloads
Gerard Stone, Margaret Lightbody and Rob Whait
The Approaches to Studying of Portuguese Students of Introductory Accounting pp. 193-210 Downloads
Cláudia Teixeira, Delfina Gomes and Janete Borges

Volume 22, issue 1, 2013

A Framework for the Pedagogy of Accounting Ethics pp. 1-17 Downloads
Barbara Apostolou, Richard B. Dull and Lydia L. F. Schleifer
Celebrating 20 Years of Publication of Accounting Education: an international journal: 1992--2011 pp. 18-43 Downloads
Beverley Jackling, Riccardo Natoli, Siti Nuryanah and Dimuthu Ekanayake
Developing Learning Objectives for Accounting Ethics Using Bloom's Taxonomy pp. 44-65 Downloads
Linda A. Kidwell, Dann G. Fisher, Robert L. Braun and Diane L. Swanson
Firm or Faculty? Evidence on Characteristics of German-speaking Accounting PhD Students and their Career Preferences pp. 66-84 Downloads
Markus Grottke, Christoph Pelger and Claudia Schmiedeberg
Students' Perceptions of the Introduction of a Blended Learning Environment: An Exploratory Case Study pp. 85-99 Downloads
Julia Osgerby
It's All in the Planning pp. 101-104 Downloads
Rhonda Ryan
The Experience of Substituting for a Colleague pp. 105-107 Downloads
Robert Bloom

Volume 21, issue 6, 2012

Editorial pp. 539-541 Downloads
Richard M. S. Wilson
Guest Editorial pp. 543-544 Downloads
Pru Marriott
The State of Accounting Education Scholarship in New Zealand pp. 545-563 Downloads
Ralph Adler
A Qualitative Exploration of Oral Communication Apprehension pp. 565-581 Downloads
Marann Byrne, Barbara Flood and Dan Shanahan
Using Screencasts to Enhance Assessment Feedback: Students’ Perceptions and Preferences pp. 583-598 Downloads
Pru Marriott and Lim Keong Teoh
The Teaching of Ethics in Undergraduate Accounting Programmes: The Students' Perspective pp. 599-613 Downloads
Alan Graham
Patterns of Learning in the Accountancy Profession Under an Output-Based Continuing Professional Development Scheme pp. 615-630 Downloads
Hilary Lindsay

Volume 21, issue 5, 2012

Impact of a Flexible Evaluation System on Effort and Timing of Study pp. 451-470 Downloads
Parunchana Pacharn, Darlene Bay and Sandra Felton
Gender and Performance in Accounting Examinations: Exploring the Impact of Examination Format pp. 471-487 Downloads
Neal Arthur and Patricia Everaert
Teachers' Pedagogical Beliefs at Commercial Schools—An Empirical Study in Germany pp. 489-514 Downloads
Juergen Seifried
Instructor Care and Consideration toward Students—What Accounting Students Report: A Research Note pp. 515-527 Downloads
Randall P. Bandura and Paul Lyons
The Propensity of Students to Undertake Homework in the Absence of Formal Rewards: A Teaching Note pp. 529-537 Downloads
Julia Mundy

Volume 21, issue 4, 2012

The Australian Issue pp. 321-321 Downloads
Richard M. S. Wilson
An Exploration of Students' Conceptions of Accounting Work pp. 323-340 Downloads
Samantha Sin, Anna Reid and Alan Jones
Impact of Entry Mode on Students' Approaches to Learning: A Study of Accounting Students pp. 341-361 Downloads
Subhash Abhayawansa, Irene Tempone and Soma Pillay
The Nature and Significance of Listening Skills in Accounting Practice pp. 363-384 Downloads
Gerard Stone and Margaret Lightbody
Lessons from Successes in Medical Communication Training and Their Applications to Accounting Education pp. 385-405 Downloads
Lyn Daff
The Effects of the Use of Activity-Based Costing Software in the Learning Process: An Empirical Analysis pp. 407-429 Downloads
Andrea Tan and Aldónio Ferreira
The Effect of Synchronous and Asynchronous Participation on Students' Performance in Online Accounting Courses pp. 431-449 Downloads
Keith Duncan, Amy Kenworthy and Ray McNamara

Volume 21, issue 3, 2012

Academic Dishonesty—Cheating Behaviour and Other Forms of Inappropriate Conduct pp. 211-213 Downloads
Kenneth J. Smith and Malcolm Smith
A Longitudinal Study of Accounting Students' Ethical Judgement Making Ability pp. 215-229 Downloads
Maisarah Mohamed Saat, Stacey Porter and Gordon Woodbine
The Impact of Honour Codes and Perceptions of Cheating on Academic Cheating Behaviours, Especially for MBA Bound Undergraduates pp. 231-245 Downloads
O'Neill, Heather M. and Christian A. Pfeiffer
Challenges to Academic Integrity: Identifying the Factors Associated With the Cheating Chain pp. 247-263 Downloads
Richard A. Bernardi, Caitlin A. Banzhoff, Abigail M. Martino and Katelyn J. Savasta
To Cheat or Not to Cheat: Rationalizing Academic Impropriety pp. 265-287 Downloads
Jason MacGregor and Martin Stuebs
Perceptions of Authorial Identity in Academic Writing among Undergraduate Accounting Students: Implications for Unintentional Plagiarism pp. 289-306 Downloads
Joan Ballantine and Patricia McCourt Larres
Unethical and Deadly Symbiosis in Higher Education pp. 307-318 Downloads
D. Larry Crumbley, Ronald Flinn and Kenneth J. Reichelt

Volume 21, issue 2, 2012

Guest Editorial pp. 109-110 Downloads
Elizabeth A. Monk, Karen A. Van Peursem and Ralph W. Adler
A Real-life Case Study of Audit Interactions—Resolving Messy, Complex Problems pp. 111-129 Downloads
Vivien Beattie, Stella Fearnley and Tony Hines
Attesting Adios! Airways' XBRL Filings: A Case Study on Performing Agreed-upon Procedures pp. 131-160 Downloads
Stephanie Farewell and Roger Debreceny
J&K Fitness Supply Company: Auditing Inventory pp. 161-170 Downloads
Paul M. Clikeman
An Audit Learning Experience: A Pilot Project Through Cooperation with a Third Sector Organization pp. 171-185 Downloads
Richard Tonge and Caroline Willett
Students' Motivation, Perceived Environment and Professional Commitment: An Application of Astin's College Impact Model pp. 187-208 Downloads
Zauwiyah Ahmad, R. N. Anantharaman and Hishamuddin Ismail

Volume 21, issue 1, 2012

Introduction: A Continuing Discussion on Journal Quality Rankings and their Likely Impact on Accounting Education Scholarship in the UK pp. 1-2 Downloads
Richard M. S. Wilson
Explicit and Implicit Subject Bias in the ABS Journal Quality Guide pp. 3-15 Downloads
Andreas G. F. Hoepner and Jeffrey Unerman
Further Food for Thought on the ABS Guide pp. 17-22 Downloads
Simon Hussain
Raymond J. Chambers—A Personal Reflection pp. 25-39 Downloads
Michael Gaffikin
YouTube, iTunes U and You pp. 43-45 Downloads
Nicholas J. Fessler
Expanding the Horizons of Accounting Education: Incorporating Social and Critical Perspectives pp. 47-74 Downloads
Gordon Boyce, Susan Greer, Bill Blair and Cindy Davids
Emotional Intelligence Tests: Potential Impacts on the Hiring Process for Accounting Students pp. 75-95 Downloads
Shane Nicholls, Matt Wegener, Darlene Bay and Gail Lynn Cook
The 150 Credit-hour Requirement and CPA Examination Pass Rates—A Four Year Study pp. 97-108 Downloads
Gary P. Briggs and Lerong He
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