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Accounting Education

1998 - 2022

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Volume 31, issue 1, 2022

The impact of collaborative learning approaches on assessment outcomes in an accounting theory class pp. 1-38 Downloads
Randolph Nsor-Ambala
The application of experiential learning for forensic accounting students: the Mock trial pp. 39-66 Downloads
Jeanette K. Van Akkeren and Julie-Anne Tarr
Enhancing accounting and finance students’ awareness of transferable skills in an integrated blended learning environment pp. 67-91 Downloads
Antonella Russo, Liz Warren, Lorenzo Neri, Agnieszka Herdan and Karen Brickman
Ethics and curriculum design of accounting programmes in a developing country: a qualitative insight pp. 92-112 Downloads
Regina Mensah Onumah, Samuel Nana Yaw Simpson and Amoako Kwarteng

Volume 30, issue 6, 2021

Using peer review to develop professional competencies: an Ubuntu perspective pp. 551-577 Downloads
Karin Barac, Marina Kirstein and Rolien Kunz
Enhancing students’ employability skills awareness through the accounting professional body on an undergraduate accounting degree pp. 578-600 Downloads
Usha Mistry
Developing an evaluation tool to provide a 360-degree reflection on work-integrated learning in accounting education pp. 601-620 Downloads
Gemma K. Lewis, Belinda Williams, Stephen Allen, Beverly Goldfarb, Kevin Lyall, Rose Kling and Peta Statham
Exploring the impact of 4IR on skills and personal qualities for future accountants: a proposed conceptual framework for university accounting education pp. 621-649 Downloads
Vangelis Tsiligiris and Dorothea Bowyer

Volume 30, issue 5, 2021

How language background impacts learners studying International Financial Reporting Standards: a cognitive load theory perspective pp. 439-450 Downloads
Rosemary King, Paul Blayney and John Sweller
Learning IFRS through MOOC: student and graduate perceptions pp. 451-471 Downloads
Julieth E. Ospina-Delgado, María A. García-Benau and Ana Zorio-Grima
Academic adjustments and learning experiences of government-sponsored accounting students in a foreign university pp. 472-494 Downloads
Radiah Othman, Fawzi Laswad and Saiyidi Mat-Roni
Employers’ perspectives of accounting graduates and their world of work: software use and ICT competencies pp. 495-524 Downloads
Lyn Daff
Operationalising dialogic accounting education through praxis and social and environmental accounting: exploring student perspectives pp. 525-550 Downloads
Alex Wong, Sendirella George and Farzana Aman Tanima

Volume 30, issue 4, 2021

A critical thinking competency framework for accounting students pp. 325-354 Downloads
E. A. J. Terblanche and B. De Clercq
Is career guidance sending the right message about accounting work? Comparing accounting with competing professions pp. 355-384 Downloads
Clement C. Chen, Sarah A. Garven, Keith T. Jones and Audrey N. Scarlata
Core competencies for the global workplace: A cross-cultural and skill-based simulation project in accounting pp. 385-412 Downloads
Husam Aldamen, Hadeel Alkhateeb, Kim Kercher, Keith Duncan and Janice Hollindale
The effects of ethics education interventions on ethical attitudes of professional accountants: evidence from Ghana pp. 413-437 Downloads
Regina Mensah Onumah, Samuel Nana Yaw Simpson and Amoako Kwarteng

Volume 30, issue 3, 2021

Professional scepticism and the accounting classroom pp. 213-233 Downloads
Prerana Agrawal, Jacqueline Birt, Mark Holub and Warrick van Zyl
Team-Based Learning in professional writing courses for accounting graduates: positive impacts on student engagement, accountability and satisfaction pp. 234-257 Downloads
Judith Ainsworth
Accounting ethics education and the ethical awareness of undergraduates: an experimental study pp. 258-276 Downloads
Peace Onuwabhagbe Okougbo, Elewechi Ngozi Okike and Amos Alao
Effect of Data mindfulness training on accounting students: results from a randomized control trial pp. 277-303 Downloads
Jaysinha S. Shinde, Udaysinha S. Shinde, Alex Hill, Christopher Adams and Joshua Harden
Written communication: the professional competency often neglected in auditing courses pp. 304-324 Downloads
Diana Tien Irafahmi, P. John Williams and Rosemary Kerr

Volume 30, issue 2, 2021

Mediating effect of use perceptions on technology readiness and adoption of artificial intelligence in accounting pp. 107-130 Downloads
Hassan Damerji and Anwar Salimi
Teamwork in the accounting curriculum: stakeholder expectations, accounting students’ value proposition, and instructors’ guidance pp. 131-158 Downloads
Heinrich Oosthuizen, Paul De Lange, Trevor Wilmshurst and Nicola Beatson
Games based learning in accounting education – which dimensions are the most relevant? pp. 159-187 Downloads
Rui Silva, Ricardo Rodrigues and Carmem Leal
Does the changing world of professional work need a new approach to accounting education? pp. 188-212 Downloads
Ian P. Herbert, Andrew T. Rothwell, Jane L. Glover and Stephanie A. Lambert

Volume 30, issue 1, 2021

Pivot to online in a post-COVID-19 world: critically applying BSCS 5E to enhance plagiarism awareness of accounting students pp. 1-21 Downloads
Yolande Reyneke, Christina Cornelia Shuttleworth and Retha Gertruida Visagie
E-learning in accounting education: the influence of students’ characteristics on their engagement and performance pp. 22-41 Downloads
Joanna Krasodomska and Justyna Godawska
Integrating digital pedagogies into a typical student learning lifecycle and its effect on exam performance pp. 42-62 Downloads
Husain Coovadia and Christo Ackermann
Embedding work-integrated learning into accounting education: the state of play and pathways to future implementation pp. 63-85 Downloads
Denise Jackson and Stephanie Meek
Utilizing the theory of reasoned action in understanding students’ choice in selecting accounting as major pp. 86-106 Downloads
Emad Awadallah and Adel Elgharbawy

Volume 29, issue 6, 2020

Accounting education in the post-COVID world: looking into the Mirror of Erised pp. 563-571 Downloads
Timothy J. Fogarty
Perceptions of the accounting profession based on an analysis of metaphors by undergraduate accounting students pp. 572-604 Downloads
Lucía Mellado, Laura Parte and Enrique Villanueva
Fostering creativity in audit through co-created role-play pp. 605-639 Downloads
Lisa Powell, Damien Lambert, Nicholas McGuigan, Ashna Prasad and Jerry Lin

Volume 29, issue 5, 2020

Insights into accounting education in a COVID-19 world pp. 431-562 Downloads
Alan Sangster, Greg Stoner and Barbara Flood

Volume 29, issue 4, 2020

Engaging students in a fully online accounting degree: an action research study pp. 321-339 Downloads
Marelize Malan
Accounting graduates with both online and traditional coursework: impact on hiring decisions pp. 340-355 Downloads
Robert L. Braun, Margaret N. Boldt, Shawn Mauldin and Chuck Viosca
Social media is so easy to share pp. 356-371 Downloads
Annelien Adriana van Rooyen
A teaching concept for auditing – evaluation of the ILPA case pp. 372-408 Downloads
Julia Baldauf, Sabine Graschitz and Claudia Müller
From fledgling to fledged: how accountants in academia develop their research capabilities pp. 409-430 Downloads
Hilary Lindsay

Volume 29, issue 3, 2020

The beneficial role of government accounting literacy in developing participatory citizens pp. 229-246 Downloads
Sotirios Karatzimas
An experimental study of cooperative learning in advanced financial accounting courses pp. 247-262 Downloads
Tara J. Shawver
Fun while it lasted: Executive MBA student perceptions of the value of academic research pp. 263-290 Downloads
Basil P. Tucker and Glennda Scully
Cross-cultural comparison of ethical reasoning of students in China and the United States pp. 291-304 Downloads
Trish Driskill and Robert Rankin
Apprehension felt towards delivering oral presentations: a case study of accountancy students pp. 305-320 Downloads
Christopher Ireland

Volume 29, issue 2, 2020

Patterns underlying required competencies for CPA professionals: a content and cluster analysis of job ads pp. 109-136 Downloads
Sylvestre Uwizeyemungu, Jacques Bertrand and Placide Poba-Nzaou
Incorporating Nearpod in undergraduate financial accounting classes in Egypt pp. 137-152 Downloads
Nermeen Shehata, Caroline Mitry, Maha Shawki and Moataz El-Helaly
Business students’ perceptions of faculty attributes: a two-country cross-cultural comparison pp. 153-176 Downloads
Amine Khayati and Donald L. Ariail
Perceptions of the usefulness of various teaching methods in forensic accounting education pp. 177-204 Downloads
Hashem Alshurafat, Claire Beattie, Gregory Jones and John Sands
Accountancy learning skills and student performance in accounting education: evidence from the South African context pp. 205-228 Downloads
Elmarie Papageorgiou and Chris William Callaghan

Volume 29, issue 1, 2020

Developing accountants: from novice to expert pp. 1-31 Downloads
Brid Murphy and Trevor Hassall
Impact of exam type on exam scores, anxiety, and knowledge retention in a cost and management accounting course pp. 32-56 Downloads
Randolph Nsor-Ambala
The soft skills of accounting graduates: perceptions versus expectations pp. 57-76 Downloads
Valentina Dolce, Federica Emanuel, Maurizio Cisi and Chiara Ghislieri
Resilience as a coping strategy for reducing departure intentions of accounting students pp. 77-108 Downloads
Kenneth J. Smith, Timothy D. Haight, David J. Emerson, Shawn Mauldin and Bob G. Wood
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