IJER.V14.N1.2019

WEAKNESSES IN ACCOUNTING EDUCATION RELATED TO OCCUPATIONAL FRAUD DETECTION

Mohamad Majdi Sahloul American Accounting Academy Stanley W. Self Purdue University Global Michael Mason Simmons American Accounting Academy ABSTRACT There is a strong correlation between undergraduate courses in accounting fraud and graduates’ abilities to detect fraud and to appropriately respond to internal control material weaknesses in work environments. However, many scholars have indicated a failure […]

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THE ACCOUNTING PROFESSION IS TRANSFORMING WITH MAJOR CHANGES: EDUCATORS NEED TO ADAPT AND EMBRACE THE FUTURE

Cindy Greenman Danielle Mendez Annissa Steiner Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University ABSTRACT The accounting profession has transformed over the past 30 years and will continue to evolve even more in the next 30 years. The profession itself, professional organization and education will need to evolve with it. This study review and analyzes major influential factors behind the […]

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STUDENT SUCCESS AND SATISFACTION IN TRADITIONAL VERSUS FLIPPED ACCOUNTING CLASS

Kirk F. Fischer Lynn Eaton Paul Ziegler University of Mary Hardin-Baylor ABSTRACT The flipped classroom is a well-established methodology of moving lectures to an online format and using classroom time for instructor-facilitated exercises. An introductory accounting course is conducive to flipping because most of the learning occurs while working through graduated exercises. This study addresses […]

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THE ROLE OF ACCOUNTING CURRICULA IN BUSINESS EDUCATION: A LOOK AT THE NATIONAL BUSINESS EDUCATION ASSOCIATION’S NEW STANDARD

Harold Chime Okere Walden University & Lane College ABSTRACT The objective of this study is to evaluate and describe the role of accounting education curricula in business education’s quest to produce globally literate knowledge worker. The study evaluated the schism in Accounting, a division between academics and practitioners. The recommendations of the Accounting Education Change […]

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IMPACT OF A GUEST SPEAKERS PANEL OF MINORITY ENTREPRENEURS ON THE ENTREPRENEURIAL MINDSET OF MINORITY STUDENTS

Kimberly K. Powell Melanie Powell Rey Southern University and A&M College ABSTRACT African Americans tend to have more entrepreneurial activity than whites and other ethnic groups. However, their businesses lack longevity and millennials tend to be more risk averse, lack financial literacy skills, and lack requisite skills. To address such issues, one business school used […]

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