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Accounting Education

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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

Volume 28, issue 6, 2019

Correction pp. i-i Downloads
The Editors
Determinants of academic performance of accounting students in Ghanaian secondary and tertiary education institutions pp. 553-581 Downloads
Gabriel Sam Ahinful, Venancio Tauringana, Ernest Amoaful Bansah and Dominic Essuman
The syntax of the accounting language: a first step pp. 582-596 Downloads
Frederico Botafogo
Incorporating XBRL topics into the accounting curriculum: empirical evidence from Indonesia pp. 597-620 Downloads
Stepani Sisca Wulandari and Syaiful Ali
An alternate state in mind: the effect of CPA exam credit-hour requirements and economic competitiveness on state-level exam candidate pools and pass rates pp. 621-641 Downloads
Greg Gaynor, Phil Korb, Dan Gerlowski and Ting Zhang

Volume 28, issue 5, 2019

Correction pp. i-i Downloads
The Editors
Information technology in the British and Irish undergraduate accounting degrees pp. 445-464 Downloads
Amr Kotb, Magdy Abdel-Kader, Amir Allam, Hussein Halabi and Ellie Franklin
Accounting students access to social media related resources and the risk of tacit social exclusion pp. 465-483 Downloads
Stephen A. Coetzee, Karin Leith and Astrid Schmulian
Play it again: how game-based learning improves flow in Accounting and Marketing education pp. 484-507 Downloads
Rui Silva, Ricardo Rodrigues and Carmem Leal
Social mobility via elite placements: working class graduates in elite accounting and banking firms pp. 508-531 Downloads
Ian Crawford and Zhiqi Wang
The Sheldon effect: fixed mindset does not always mean fragile confidence pp. 532-552 Downloads
Nicola J. Beatson, David A. G. Berg and Jeffrey K. Smith

Volume 28, issue 4, 2019

Flipped v’s traditional teaching perspectives in a first year accounting unit: an action research study pp. 333-352 Downloads
Belinda Williams, Claire Horner and Stephen Allen
Accounting students’ choice of blended learning format and its impact on performance and satisfaction pp. 353-383 Downloads
Anne Fortin, Chantal Viger, Manon Deslandes, Antonello Callimaci and Pierre Desforges
Incorporating financial literacy into the accounting curriculum pp. 384-400 Downloads
K. C. Rakow
Factors influencing plagiarism by accounting lecturers pp. 401-425 Downloads
Ari Santoso and Fitra Roman Cahaya
Ethics matters: the integration of ethical considerations in management accounting textbooks pp. 426-443 Downloads
Berend van der Kolk

Volume 28, issue 3, 2019

Perceptions of the benefits of the A3 planner in facilitating project-based learning in accounting education pp. 221-238 Downloads
Jing Wang, Vangelis Tsiligiris and Robert Hartley
Choice-based learning: lecture-based or team learning? pp. 239-273 Downloads
Evelien Opdecam and Patricia Everaert
Taking the pulse of accounting education reform: liberal education, sociological perspectives, and exploring ways forward pp. 274-303 Downloads
Gordon Boyce, Venkateshwaran Narayanan, Susan Greer and Bill Blair
An investigation into the development of non-technical skills by undergraduate accounting programmes pp. 304-332 Downloads
Shonagh Douglas and Elizabeth Gammie

Volume 28, issue 2, 2019

RMIT accounting educators’ conference: 2016 ‘accounting education what it is, and what it is not’ pp. 119-126 Downloads
Steven Dellaportas
How does contact with accountants influence perceptions of accounting? pp. 127-148 Downloads
Paul K. Wells
The effect of language proficiency on approaches to learning and satisfaction of undergraduate accounting students pp. 149-171 Downloads
Belete J. Bobe and Barry J. Cooper
Pragmatic postmodernism and engagement through the culture of continuous creativity pp. 172-194 Downloads
Frances Miley and Andrew Read
Implementing team-based learning (TBL) in accounting courses pp. 195-219 Downloads
Jacqueline Christensen, Jennifer L. Harrison, Janice Hollindale and Kayleen Wood

Volume 28, issue 1, 2019

Work-Integrated Learning in accountancy at Australian universities – forms, future role and challenges pp. 1-24 Downloads
Trevor Stanley and Jia Xu
An analysis of teaching strategies designed to improve written communication skills pp. 25-48 Downloads
Amy F. Holmes, Shage Zhang and Benjamin Harris
Designing a bridge program for internationally educated accountants in an era of resource constraints pp. 49-68 Downloads
Janet Morrill
Assessing the use of computer-based assessment-feedback in teaching digital accountants pp. 69-99 Downloads
Akrum Helfaya
Factors affecting classroom participation and how participation leads to a better learning pp. 100-118 Downloads
Elena Precourt and Maryella Gainor
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