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Van Akkeren, Jeanette K.; Tarr, Julie-Anne – Accounting Education, 2022
Designing and implementing accounting programms that develop relevant skills for industry are in greater demand from practitioners. In accounting courses, complex topics may require an approach beyond traditional lectures and workshops. Experiential learning provides an alternative approach and is particularly relevant to forensic accounting…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Accounting, Business Administration Education, College Students
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Nsor-Ambala, Randolph – Accounting Education, 2022
The study explores how collaborative based exams (CLBE) affect specified learning outcomes in an Accounting Theory course for final year 'accounting major' students. The study proposes Accounting Theory as an avenue to improve the qualitative and problem-solving skills of accounting students and collaborative learning (CL) as a mechanism to…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Accounting, Teaching Methods, Tests
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Onumah, Regina Mensah; Simpson, Samuel Nana Yaw; Kwarteng, Amoako – Accounting Education, 2022
The paper explores curriculum design and drivers of ethics in universities and the professional accounting bodies in Ghana. Data were collected through individual face-to-face interviews. The study revealed that ethics in the curricula of universities and professional bodies are integrated within and across subjects and within all levels of…
Descriptors: Ethics, Curriculum Development, College Faculty, Accounting
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Russo, Antonella; Warren, Liz; Neri, Lorenzo; Herdan, Agnieszka; Brickman, Karen – Accounting Education, 2022
This research investigates students' transferable skills in an integrating blended learning environment, specifically addressing writing skills. Drawing on Biggs' application of constructivism theory, the study analyses students' characteristics, perception of the designed teaching methods, and confidence in their writing skills. The study context…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Teaching Methods, Accounting, Writing Skills
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Othman, Radiah; Laswad, Fawzi; Mat-Roni, Saiyidi – Accounting Education, 2021
This study examines the learning experiences of government-sponsored second-year international accounting students at a host university in New Zealand. There is an expectation that being financially advantaged, government-sponsored students should navigate better in the new learning environment. Nonetheless, the results show that they experienced…
Descriptors: Learning Experience, Accounting, Business Administration Education, Undergraduate Students
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Wong, Alex; George, Sendirella; Tanima, Farzana Aman – Accounting Education, 2021
Higher accounting education tends to be monologic and uphold a 'hidden curriculum' based on neoliberal and neoclassical economic assumptions that prioritise financial stakeholders' concerns and profit maximisation. This informs what is regarded as teachable knowledge in accounting education, and how this is taught. Critical accounting researchers…
Descriptors: Accounting, Teaching Methods, Hidden Curriculum, Neoliberalism
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Ospina-Delgado, Julieth E.; García-Benau, María A.; Zorio-Grima, Ana – Accounting Education, 2021
This paper provides an overview of the perceptions held by 623 Colombian students and graduates regarding the learning of IFRS through a MOOC. Data was collected through an online survey and the results were examined via factor analysis. Three main factors were identified: perceived utility; design; and disadvantages. Using multivariate…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Student Attitudes
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King, Rosemary; Blayney, Paul; Sweller, John – Accounting Education, 2021
This study offers evidence of the impact of language background on the performance of students enrolled in an accounting study unit. It aims to quantify the effects of language background on performance in essay questions, compared to calculation questions requiring an application of procedures. Marks were collected from 2850 students. The results…
Descriptors: Cognitive Ability, Accounting, Native Language, Second Language Learning
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Daff, Lyn – Accounting Education, 2021
This study investigates students' learning needs to prepare them for workplaces characterised by rapidly changing information and communication technology (ICT) requirements. Interviews enabled employers to give their perspectives on the types and extent of software used by accounting graduates, their required workplace ICT competencies and the…
Descriptors: Employer Attitudes, Accounting, Entry Workers, College Graduates
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Damerji, Hassan; Salimi, Anwar – Accounting Education, 2021
The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is growing rapidly in accounting practice, and firms desire new hires who have adopted this technology. Universities can prepare students to adopt AI. The purpose of this quantitative study was to examine whether perceived ease of use (PEOU) and perceived usefulness (PU) have an effect on the relationship…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Technological Advancement, Artificial Intelligence, Career Readiness
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Herbert, Ian P.; Rothwell, Andrew T.; Glover, Jane L.; Lambert, Stephanie A. – Accounting Education, 2021
The paper raises concerns about entry-level positions within large organisations as corporate accounting tasks are re-engineered, automated and relocated. Reduced opportunities for accounting graduates to start their careers are but one factor in a confluence of challenges to accounting education; not least, that in England and Wales study debt is…
Descriptors: Entry Workers, Accounting, Professional Identity, Career Readiness
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Oosthuizen, Heinrich; De Lange, Paul; Wilmshurst, Trevor; Beatson, Nicola – Accounting Education, 2021
Studies have reported that employers, graduates, and other stakeholders do not believe that higher education curricula facilitate the development of teamwork competencies adequately. In response to calls from Kennedy and Dull [(2008) Transferable team skills for accounting students. "Accounting Education," 17(2), 213-224] and Levant et…
Descriptors: Teamwork, Cooperative Learning, Accounting, Business Administration Education
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Silva, Rui; Rodrigues, Ricardo; Leal, Carmem – Accounting Education, 2021
As new technologies pave the way to increasingly sophisticated and academically relevant experiences, gamification of the learning process, regardless of the field of expertise, becomes more and more important. This study aims to express several constructs that explain how one can apply Game-Based Learning to education while granting motivational…
Descriptors: Game Based Learning, Accounting, Business Administration Education, Undergraduate Students
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Barac, Karin; Kirstein, Marina; Kunz, Rolien – Accounting Education, 2021
There is a paucity of literature investigating peer review as an aspect of accounting and auditing education. This study investigates students' perceptions of peer review as a method to develop professional competencies. It reports on a peer review intervention, the so-called TUTBuddy, introduced in an undergraduate auditing course. A mixed method…
Descriptors: Accounting, Correlation, African Culture, Financial Audits
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Tsiligiris, Vangelis; Bowyer, Dorothea – Accounting Education, 2021
The fourth industrial revolution (4IR) presents many opportunities and challenges in a digitised world of work. This paper draws on a systematic literature review of recent research published by accounting professional bodies outlining the impact of digital technologies on the accounting profession. By taking advantage of this work this study…
Descriptors: Accounting, Business Administration Education, Technological Advancement, Job Skills
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