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Earley, P. C. 1987. Intercultural training for managers: A comparison of documentary and interpersonal methods. The Academy of Management Journal 30(4): 685-698. (JSTOR link).

Eastman, D. R. 2002. What higher education is for. St. Petersburg Times (September 14): 19A. (Note).

Eaton, R. H. 1933. The cost approach. The Accounting Review (December): 345-348. (JSTOR link).

Eberly, C. G. and D. C. Smith. 1970. Preface to "The teacher-student relation". Administrative Science Quarterly 15(2): 135-136. (JSTOR link).

Edds, D. B. and S. Nielsen. 2000. Activity-based costing: Affecting the culture of government and education. Journal of Cost Management (January/February): 12-15.

Edmonds, T. P. 1984. On the benefits of cumulative exams: An experimental study. The Accounting Review (October): 660-668. (JSTOR link).

Edwards, J. B. 1973. Should accounting students write computer programs? The Accounting Review (January): 163-165. (JSTOR link).

Edwards, J. B., R. W. Ingram and H. P. Sanders. 1981. Developing teaching skills in doctoral programs: The current status and perceived needs. The Accounting Review (January): 144-157. (JSTOR link).

Edwards, J. R., G. Dean, F. Clarke and P. Wolnizer. 2013. Accounting academic elites: The tale of ARIA. Accounting, Organizations and Society 38(5): 365-381.

Eighme, J. E. 2006. Rating 529 college savings plans. Journal of Accountancy (September): 45-48.

Elkins, A. 1968. Comments on Professor Vance's editorial comments - Campus crisis. The Academy of Management Journal 11(4): 447-449. (JSTOR link).

Elliott, R. K. 1992. The third wave breaks on the shores of accounting. Accounting Horizons (June): 61-85. (Summary).

Elliott, R. K. 1997. Assurance service opportunities: Implications for academia. Accounting Horizons (December): 61-74.

Ellis, J. B., M. E. Riley and R. T. Shortridge. 2015. Incorporating face-to-face feedback in a group project setting. Journal of Accounting Education 33(4): 317-331.

Elsbach, K. D. and R. M. Kramer. 1996. Members' responses to organizational identity threats: Encountering and countering the Business Week rankings. Administrative Science Quarterly 41(3): 442-476. (JSTOR link).

Emblen, D. J. 1949. Accounting in the professional business curriculum. The Accounting Review (October): 403-408. (JSTOR link).

Emblen, D. J. 1963. When should techniques be presented? The Accounting Review (January): 159-160. (JSTOR link).

Emerson, D. J. and K. Smith. 2017. Incentivizing accounting professors to get their CPAs. Journal of Accountancy (September): 30.

Emore, J. R. and J. Cress. 1987. On teaching management accountants. Management Accounting (February): 44, 60.

Engstrom, J. H. 1979. Public sector accounting education: Status update and extension. The Accounting Review (October): 794-799. (JSTOR link).

Engstrom, J. H. and C. Esmond-Kiger. 1997. Different formats, same user needs: A comparison of the FASB and GASB college and university financial reporting models. Accounting Horizons (September): 16-34.

Enrick, N. L. And B. L. Myers. 1971. A structured approach for case methodology in the business policy course. Decision Sciences 2(1): 111-122.

Eskew, R. K. and R. H. Faley. 1988. Some determinants of student performance in the first college-level financial accounting course. The Accounting Review (January): 137-147. (JSTOR link).

Eskridge, C. V. 1946. Classroom technique. The Accounting Review (July): 306-308.

Esmond-Kiger, C. 2004. Making ethics a pervasive component of accounting education. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 42-52.

Esmond-Kiger, C. and D. P. Kirch. 2003. Implementing the business activity model for teaching intermediate accounting: A recipe for success . Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 53-62.

Etnier, D. 1965. A more interesting auditing course. The Accounting Review (July): 648-649. (JSTOR link).

Evans, J. R. 1948. A company training program for accounting personnel. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (January 1): 509-516.

Ewald, A. A. and B. F. Kiker. 1971. Input costs of producing university degrees: A case study. Decision Sciences 2(4): 481-498.

Ewing, J. S. and T. W. Harrell. 1964. Foreign student attitudes toward American business. The Academy of Management Journal 7(3): 211-223. (JSTOR link).

Ezzamel, M., K. Robson and P. Stapleton. 2012. The logics of budgeting: Theorization and practice variation in the education field. Accounting, Organizations and Society 37(5): 281-303.

Fagerberg, D. Jr. 1957. Why accounting? The Accounting Review (January): 3-7. (JSTOR link). (Why be an accountant?).

Fagerberg, D. Jr. 1972. Concerning three mischievous accounts. The Accounting Review (July): 454-457. (JSTOR link). (The clearing or "wash" account, the suspense account, and the over/short account).

Falgiani, A., M. J. Coe, and J. Thompson . 2004. How to pursue a grassroots mentoring program . Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 61-64.

Falk, H. 1972. Assessing the effectiveness of accounting courses through facet analysis. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 359-375. (JSTOR link).

Farewell, S. M. 2006. An introduction to XBRL through the use of research and technical assignments. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 161-185.

Farman, W. L. 1949. Teaching accounting concepts to the beginning student. The Accounting Review (July): 314-317. (JSTOR link).

Faux, M. C. 1966. A new matrix approach to accounting training. The Accounting Review (January): 129-132. (JSTOR link).

Fay, J. R., W. L. Ferrara and J. P. Stryker. 1993. The quest for quality in business schools. Management Accounting (December): 48-50.

Fay, R. G. and N. R. Montague. 2015. Witnessing your own cognitive bias: A compendium of classroom exercises. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 13-34.

Felder, R. M., and R. Brent. 2003. Learning by doing. Chemical Engineering Education 37(4): 282-283. (Link to Felder 2003).

Felder, R. M., and R. Brent. 2005. Death by PowerPoint. Chemical Engineering Education 39(1): 28-29. (Link to Felder 2005).

Felder, R. M., and R. Brent. 2007. Cooperative Learning, in Mabrouk, P. A. ed., Active Learning: Models from the Analytical Sciences, ACS Symposium Series 970, Chapter 4. American Chemical Society. (Link to Felder 2007).

Fellingham, J. C. 2007. Is accounting an academic discipline? Accounting Horizons (June): 159-163.

Ferguson, C. B., B. D. Richardson and G. Wines. 2000. Audit education and training: The effect of formal studies and work experience. Accounting Horizons (June): 137-167.

Ferrara, W. 1975. Researching the Accounting Curriculum: Strategies for Change. Accounting Education Series (2). American Accounting Association.

Ferrara, W. L. 2007. Topics worthy of continued discussion and effort - Even after forty years of trying. Journal of Management Accounting Research (19): 171-179 .

Ferris, K. R. 1982. Educational predictors of professional pay and performance. Accounting, Organizations and Society 7(3): 225-230.

Fertig, P. E. 1960. Organization of an accounting program. The Accounting Review (April): 190-196. (JSTOR link).

Fess, P. E. 1962. Accounting instruction without rules. The Accounting Review (April): 342-344. (JSTOR link).

Fetchina, N. S. 1993. Powerhouse presenting. Management Accounting (March): 54-56.

Fetyko, D. F. 1976. Who shall train us? Management Accounting (January): 13-14, 22.

Feuille, P. and J. Blandin. 1974. Faculty job satisfaction and bargaining sentiments: A case study. The Academy of Management Journal 17(4): 678-692. (JSTOR link).

Field, E. R. 1956. Legal conflicts and the study of accountancy. The Accounting Review (January): 126-128. (JSTOR link).

Figler, H. R. 1978. What should the management accountant know? Management Accounting (June): 27-29.

Fillion, G., M. Limayem and L. Bouchard. 1999. Videoconferencing in distance education: A study of students' perceptions in the lecture context. Innovations in Education and Training International (IETI) 36(4): 302-319.

Fillion, G., M. Limayem, T. Laferriere and R. Mantha. 2009. Integrating ICT into higher education: Investigation onsite and online professor's points of view. International Journal on E-Learning 8(1): 17-55.

Fillion, G., M. Limayem, T. Laferriere and R. Mantha. 2009. Integrating information and communication technologies into higher education: Investigating onsite and online students' points of view. Open Learning 24(3): 223-240.

Fillion, G., M. Limayem, T. Laferriere and R. Mantha. 2010. Onsite and Online Students' and Professors' Perceptions of ICT use in Higher Education. IGI Global Publishing. USA: 83-117.

Fink, L. D. 2003. Creating Significant Learning Experiences. Jossey-Bass. (Dee Fink & Associates).

Firmin, P. A. 1957. Educating tomorrow's accountant-today. The Accounting Review (October): 569-575. (JSTOR link).

Firmin, P. A. 1959. The five-year accounting program-with due and deliberate speed. The Accounting Review (October): 591-602. (JSTOR link).

Firmin, P. A. and J. J. Linn. 1967. Accounting systems course - A new concept. The Accounting Review (January): 124-127. (JSTOR link).

Firmin, P. A., S. S. Goodman, T. E. Hendricks and J. J. Linn. 1968. University cost structure and behavior: An empirical study. Journal of Accounting Research (Empirical Research in Accounting: Selected Studies): 122-155. (JSTOR link).

Fisher, E., A. J. McLeod, A. Savage and M. G. Simkin. 2016. Ghostwriters in the cloud. Journal of Accounting Education (34): 59-71.

Fiske, W. P. 1940. Training for the controllership. The Accounting Review (June): 232-238. (JSTOR link).

Fiske, W. P. 1944. The teaching of cost accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 180-187. (JSTOR link).

Fiske, W. P. and C. L. van Sickle. 1933. The teaching of accounting in an engineering school. The Accounting Review (March): 25-29. (JSTOR link).

Fitzpatrick, E. A. 1917. Training accountants for public service. Journal of Accountancy (January): 33-38.

Fjeld, E. I. 1927. An aid in grading papers in accounting. The Accounting Review (September): 286-289. (JSTOR link).

Flaherty, R. E. 1979. The Core of the Curriculum for Accounting Majors. Accounting Education Series (3). American Accounting Association.

Flaherty, R. E., editor. 1998. The Accounting Education Change Commission Grant Experience: A Summary. Accounting Education Series (14). American Accounting Association.

Flanders, D. P. 1959. Accounting and economics: A note with special reference to "the teaching of social accounting". The Accounting Review (January): 68-73. (JSTOR link).

Flanders, D. P. 1961. Accountancy, systematized learning, and economics. The Accounting Review (October): 564-576. (JSTOR link).

Flango, V. E. and R. B. Brumbaugh. 1974. The dimensionality of the cosmopolitan-local construct. Administrative Science Quarterly 19(2): 198-210. (JSTOR link).

Fleig, W. J. 1948. Use of slides in accounting instruction. The Accounting Review (July): 282-284. (JSTOR link).

Fleig, W. J. 1950. The use of films in accounting instruction. The Accounting Review (January): 94-96. (JSTOR link).

Fleischman, G. M., T. Stephenson, K. B. Walker and K. A. Cook. 2017. Factors that influence accounting faculty career satisfaction: Comparisons by program prestige and tenure status. Accounting Horizons (September): 1-20.

Fleming, A. S., T. A. Pearson, R. A. Riley Jr. 2008. West Virginia University: Forensic accounting and fraud investigation (FAFI). Issues in Accounting Education (November): 573-580.

Fleming, D. M., R. N. Romanus and S. M. Lightner. 2009. The effect of professional context on accounting students' moral reasoning. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 13-30.

Flesher, D. L. 1997. Accountancy at Ole Miss: A Sesquicentennial Salute. Privately Published.

Fletcher, L. B., H. W. Harrell Jr. and K. H. Johnson. 1995. A separate track. Management Accounting (May): 31-34. (Discussion of a managerial accounting track at Georgia Southern University).

Flewellen, W. C. 1958. Development of an accounting faculty-fellowship program in industry. N.A.A. Bulletin (June): 21-30.

Flewellen, W. C. Jr. 1959. The road to better collegiate education for accounting. N.A.A. Bulletin (November): 31-38.

Flewellen, W. C. Jr. 1966. Better accounting students - A critical problem. Management Accounting (February): 3-7.

Flewellen, W. C. Jr. 1968. Current trends in accounting education. Management Accounting (January): 3-10.

Flinn, R. E. and D. L. Crumbley. Editors. 2009. Measure Learning Not Satisfaction in Higher Education. American Accounting Association.

Flynn, T. D. 1948. Public accountants' staff training programs. The Accounting Review (October): 410-413. (JSTOR link).

Fogarty, T. J. and B. Hogan. 2013. An empirical analysis of faculty recruiting by non-doctoral programs in accounting. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education (10): 17-41.

Fogarty, T. J. and P. M. Goldwater. 2010. Beyond just desserts: The gendered nature of the connection between effort and achievement for accounting students. Journal of Accounting Education 28(1): 1-12.

Fogarty, T. J. and W. H. Black. 2014. Further tales of the schism: US accounting faculty and practice credentials. Journal of Accounting Education 32(3): 223-237.

Fogarty, T. J. and W. H. Black. 2015. The reduced opportunity structure: Senior faculty movement in accounting 1980-2012. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 207-231.

Fogarty, T. J., A. B. Zimmerman and V. J. Richardson. 2016. What do we mean by accounting program quality? A decomposition of accounting faculty opinions. Journal of Accounting Education (36): 16-42.

Fogarty, T. J., D. V. Saftner and J. R. Hasselback. 2011. Knowing one’s place: The distribution of new accounting academics into a segmented labor market. Journal of Accounting Education 29(2-3): 89-99.

Follett, M. P. 1970. The teacher-student relation. Administrative Science Quarterly 15(2): 137-148. (JSTOR link).

Folts, F., H. S. Simpson, H. Johnson, R. Donham and B. E. Goetz. 1958. Executive development programs (Panel Discussion). The Journal of the Academy of Management 1(2): 34-49. (JSTOR link).

Ford, A. 1975. Travel expenses for a visiting professor. The Accounting Review (April): 338-344. (JSTOR link).

Ford, A. 2011. The amazing accounting race. Strategic Finance (April): 38-42. (A budgeting game).

Ford, A. and Z. Wiebe. 2015. Financing for college with the Uniform Transfers to Minors Act: Make the zero rate for qualified dividends and net capital gain work toward building a college fund. Journal of Accountancy (July): 56-61.

Fordham, D. R. 2005. New roles for AIS courses: A surprising finding from a case study. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 113-129.

Forrest, H. E. 1962. Procedural aspects in educational programs. N.A.A. Bulletin (April): 93.

Foster, B. P. 2011. Does expenditure per student impact educational outcomes? Some evidence from a large metropolitan school district. Cost Management (January/February): 35-48.

Foster, L. O. 1933. Accounting in the liberal arts curriculum. The Accounting Review (March): 22-25. (JSTOR link).

Foster, L. O. 1935. Teaching cost accounting. The Accounting Review (March): 15-17. (JSTOR link).

Foster, L. O. 1941. The asset approach to elementary accounting. The Accounting Review (March): 8-15. (JSTOR link).

Foster, P. B. 1965. Management perspective: Predicting academic performance of foreign and non-foreign students in a graduate business school. The Academy of Management Journal 8(4): 319-323. (JSTOR link).

Foy, W. A. 1945. Studying auditing procedure. The Accounting Review (October): 458-464. (JSTOR link).

Frakes, A. H. 1977. Introductory accounting objectives and intermediate accounting performance. The Accounting Review (January): 200-210. (JSTOR link).

Frakes, A. H. and M. F. Foran. 1978. A framework for examining the evaluative function of accounting learning activities. The Accounting Review (January): 148-154. (JSTOR link).

Francis, M. C., T. C. Mulder and J. S. Stark. 1995. Intentional Learning: A Process for Learning to Learn in the Accounting Curriculum. Accounting Education Series (12). American Accounting Association.

Franke, W. B. 1925. College and university accounting. Journal of Accountancy (March): 170-181.

Frecka, T. J. and P. M. J. Reckers. 2010. Rekindling the debate: What's right and what's wrong with masters of accountancy programs: The staff auditor's perspective. Issues in Accounting Education (May): 215-226.

Frederick, M. L. 1927. Internship in accounting - Its value as a training for administrative positions. The Accounting Review (December): 348-353. (JSTOR link).

Freedman, R. D. and S. A. Stumpf. 1978. What can one learn from the learning style inventory? The Academy of Management Journal 21(2): 275-282. (JSTOR link).

French, G. R., B. Swartz and K. R. Taurman Jr. 2015. Want to teach college? Become an adjunct! Strategic Finance (December): 46-52.

Friedman, M. E. 1981. The effect on achievement of using the computer as a problem-solving tool in the intermediate accounting Course. The Accounting Review (January): 137-143. (JSTOR link).

Froebe, J. A. 1959. The use of visual aids in the teaching of accounting. The Accounting Review (October): 656-657. (JSTOR link).

Frost, P. J. and C. V. Fukami. 1997. Teaching effectiveness in the organizational sciences: Recognizing and enhancing the scholarship of teaching. The Academy of Management Journal 40(6): 1271-1281. (JSTOR link).

Frownfelter-Lohrke, C. 2017. Teaching good Excel design and skills: A three spreadsheet assignment project. Journal of Accounting Education (39): 68-83.

Frumer, S. 1962. Incorporating managerial controls into introductory cost accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 551-554. (JSTOR link).

Fryxell, C. A. 1935. A dilemma in teaching elementary accounting. The Accounting Review (March): 6-7. (JSTOR link).

Fuller, L., J. Hargadon, R. Lawson and C. Smith. 2011. The CMA exam: How well does it align with typical undergraduate and graduate business programs? Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 1-30.

Fuller, L. R., J. M. Hargadon and R. A. Lawson. 2016. Aligning academic courses with the 2015 CMA exam. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 1-20.

Fulmer, B. P. and G. J. Gerard. 2014. Selecting an enterprise resource planning system: An active learning simulation. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting (11): 71-82.

Funk, R. W. 1950. Illustrations to aid in explaining the two methods of pricing inventory activity. The Accounting Review (October): 441-442. (JSTOR link).

Gabbin, A. L. and E. T. Browning. 2016. Post-public accounting careers: How retiring CPAs can become college instructors. The CPA Journal (August): 38-43.

Gabbin, A. L. and J. A. W. Thomas. 2014. Promoting financial literacy: School boards need CPAs. The CPA Journal (May): 8-11.

Gainor, M., D. Bline and X. Zheng. 2014. Teaching internal control through active learning. Journal of Accounting Education 32(2): 200-221.

Gainsen, J. and P. Locatelli. 1995. Assessment of the New Curriculum: A Guide for Professional Accounting Programs. Accounting Education Series (11). American Accounting Association.

Galletta, P. Z. 2011. Tax benefits for higher education: A planning toolbox for CPAs. The CPA Journal (October): 48-53.

Galloway, L. 1913. The education of employees. Journal of Accountancy (January): 35-52.

Gambino, A. J. 1979. Planning and control in colleges and universities. Management Accounting (January): 53-54.

Gambino, A. J. 1979. Planning and Control in Colleges and Universities. National Association of Accountants.

Gamble, G. D. 1961. An experiment in costing university instruction. N.A.A. Bulletin (August): 71-74.

Gamble, G. O., G. Otto and L. M. Hyman. 1995. A citational analysis of the accounting education literature, 1956-1990. The Accounting Historians Journal 22(1): 103-148. (JSTOR link).

Gamoran, A. and R. Dreeben. 1986. Coupling and control in educational organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 31(4): 612-632. (JSTOR link).

Gapper, J. 2005. Comment on Sumatra Ghoshal's article. Academy of Management Learning & Education (March): 101-103. (Related to Ghoshal's criticism of management theory).

Garcia-Linares, M. A. 1999. A watchful eye. Strategic Finance (April): 69-71. (Training for finance staff to prevent legal suits).

Gardiner, G. S. 1974. Cognitive and motivational development in two experimental undergraduate programs in business. The Academy of Management Journal 17(2): 375-381. (JSTOR link).

Garner, D. E. 1972. New student rights and academic freedom in the classroom. The Accounting Review (April): 393-394. (JSTOR link).

Garner, P. 1957. A Report by the Task Committee on Faculty Personnel: Training for more effective accounting instruction. The Accounting Review (April): 250-252. (JSTOR link).

Garner, P. 1957. Professional development of the accounting faculty member. The Accounting Review (April): 297-305. (JSTOR link).

Garner, P. 1959. The challenges of a continuing educational program for public accountants. The Accounting Review (April): 226-231. (JSTOR link).

Garner, S. P. 1940. Elementary courses in cost accounting. The Accounting Review (September): 343-350. (JSTOR link).

Garner, S. P. 1942. Industrial accounting instruction and the national-defense program. The Accounting Review (April): 125-131. (JSTOR link).

Garner, S. P. 1948. The course in internal auditing. The Accounting Review (October): 414-417. (JSTOR link).

Gartner, W. B. 1993. Dr. Deming comes to class. Journal of Management Education (May): 143-158.

Gary, R. F., C. A. Denison and M. L. Bouillon. 2011. Can obtaining an accounting Ph.D. provide a positive financial return? Issues in Accounting Education  (February): 23-38. (Summary).

Gay, E. F. 1927. The founding of the Harvard Business School. Harvard Business Review (July): 397-400. ("With a grant of $12,500 a year for five years from the Rockefeller Foundation and with an equal sum secured by Professor Taussig from friends of the cause, the Corporation was enabled on March 30, 1908, to establish the Graduate School of Business Administration. It opened its doors to students in September, 1908." ... "Yet there still remained many skeptics among business men. There were some few who voiced their belief that the only training for business was acquired at a tender age with a broom on an office or factory floor. There were some others who liked to employ college men but only after someone else had "broken them in." A number conceded that a collegiate business school might impart some useful knowledge but it could not train executives. Business executives, we were told like Michel Angelos and Shakespeares are born, not made." Gay, E. F. 1927. HBR (July): 397 and 399.).

Gayle, J. B. and T. H. Jones. 1973. Admission standards for graduate study in management. Decision Sciences 4(3): 421-425.

Gaynor, G. and S. Askew. 2017. How accounting programs can help students pass the CPA Exam. Journal of Accountancy (September): 16-18.

Geary, W., E. J. Kutcher and B. M. Porco. 2010. Partnering with practice: Staffing to achieve excellence in accounting education. Issues in Accounting Education
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Gellein, O. S. 1951. Development of an instructional approach to the statement of funds. The Accounting Review (April): 260-262. (JSTOR link).

George, J. 2017. From practitioner to professor: What I learned in my first years of being a professor. The CPA Journal (September): 6-7.

George, J. R. and L. K. Bishop. 1971. Relationship of organizational structure and teacher personality characteristics to organizational climate. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(4): 467-475. (JSTOR link).

Gerber, Q. N. 1962. Accounting education below C.P.A. standards - An international approach. The Accounting Review (April): 346-349. (JSTOR link).

Gersick, C. J. G., J. M. Bartunek and J. E. Dutton. 2000. Learning from academia: The importance of relationships in professional life. The Academy of Management Journal 43(6): 1026-1044. (JSTOR link).

Ghoshal, S. 2005. Bad management theories are destroying good management practices. Academy of Management Learning & Education (March): 75-91.

Gibbs, G. 1964. Professors' taxable income and deductions. The Accounting Review (October): 1004-1007. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, J. C. 1935. Emphasis in cost accounting. The Accounting Review (March): 13-15. (JSTOR link).

Gilman, S. 1937. Is college the only way? The Accounting Review (June): 105-111. (JSTOR link).

Gilman, S. 1946. Correspondence courses in the accounting education program. The Accounting Review (October): 396-404. (JSTOR link).

Gilman, S. W. 1907. Accountancy education. Journal of Accountancy (December): 125-126.

Gioia, D. A. and J. B. Thomas. 1996. Identity, image, and issue interpretation: Sensemaking during strategic change in academia. Administrative Science Quarterly 41(3): 370-403. (JSTOR link).

Girvan, C. and T. Savage. 2010. Identifying an appropriate pedagogy for virtual worlds: A Communal Constructivism case study. Computers & Education (February).

Gladwell, M. 2002. The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. Back Bay Books. (Summary).

Glein, I. N. and J. B. Wallace, Jr. 1974. Probabilistically answered examinations: A field test. The Accounting Review (April): 363-366. (JSTOR link).

Glos, R. E. 1935. The teaching of elementary accounting. The Accounting Review (March): 4-6. (JSTOR link).

Glover, H. and I. Hwang. 2013. Using modern business practice to enhance the learning process in the introductory accounting course. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education (10): 43-59.

Glover, H. D., A. I. Blankley and E. G. Oliver. 1995. An integrated business school model. Management Accounting (May): 35-37.

Gluick, L. 1947. What's wrong with our textbooks? The Accounting Review (January): 36-38. (JSTOR link).

Goel, S. 2010. Design of interventions for Instructional Reform in Software Development Education for Competency Enhancement. Doctoral Dissertation. Jaypee Institute of Information Technology. (Link to Summary) (Link to full text).

Goelz, P. C. 1958. Toward a concept of education for administration. The Journal of the Academy of Management 1(1): 62-63. (JSTOR link).

Goetz, B. E. 1959. A critique of business games. The Journal of the Academy of Management 2(3): 177-180. (JSTOR link).

Goetz, B. E. 1959. Teaching production management. The Journal of the Academy of Management 2(1): 7-20. (JSTOR link).

Goetz, B. E. 1960. Reorientation of management education. The Journal of the Academy of Management 3(3): 183-185. (JSTOR link).

Goetz, B. E. 1967. Professorial obsolescence. The Accounting Review (January): 53-61. (JSTOR link).

Goetz, B. E. 1969. A first-year accounting course. The Accounting Review (October): 823-832. (JSTOR link).

Goins, S., D. E. Giacomino and M. D. Akers. 2009. Applying Sarbanes-Oxley principles to colleges and universities. The CPA Journal (April): 62-67.

Goldberg, L. 1953. The exposition of fundamental accounting procedure. The Accounting Review (April): 280-282. (JSTOR link).

Goldwater, P. M. and T. J. Fogarty. 1995. An empirical evaluation of student response patterns to introductory cost accounting questions: Evidence from an expert system. Advances in Management Accounting (4): 211-238.

Golembiewski, R. T. 1963. The assignment problem: Managing a management course. The Academy of Management Journal 6(1): 18-35. (JSTOR link).

Gomaa, M. I., A. Markelevich and L. Shaw. 2011. Introducing XBRL through a financial statement analysis project. Journal of Accounting Education 29(2-3): 153-173.

Gomez-Mejia, L. R. and D. B. Balkin. 1984. Faculty satisfaction with pay and other job dimensions under union and nonunion conditions. The Academy of Management Journal 27(3): 591-602. (JSTOR link).

Gomez-Mejia, L. R. and D. B. Balkin. 1992. Determinants of faculty pay: An agency theory perspective. The Academy of Management Journal 35(5): 921-955. (JSTOR link).

Gordon, D. 1950. Courses for students specializing in industrial accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 194-198. (JSTOR link).

Gordon, D. 1962. Can accounting instruction be automated? The Accounting Review (October): 692-695. (JSTOR link).

Gordon, D. 1962. The overhead projector an aid in teaching accounting. The Accounting Review (January): 120-121. (JSTOR link).

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Six Arcs of Research-Teaching-Practice Triangle

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Kaulback, F. S. Jr. 1954. The faculty residency program. The Accounting Review (April): 194-195. (JSTOR link).

Kelly, F. S. 1964. Does your training program stand up? N.A.A. Bulletin (April): 33-34.

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Kemp, P. S. 1963. Controversies on the construction of financial statements. The Accounting Review (January): 126-132. (JSTOR link).

Kempner, J. J. 1961. A two-week CPA coaching course. The Accounting Review (July): 477-480. (JSTOR link).

Kempner, J. J. 1970. An argument for small class size. The Accounting Review (April): 364-366. (JSTOR link).

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Kerrigan, H. D. 1956. Intermediate accounting instruction - Circa, 1955. The Accounting Review (July): 418-422. (JSTOR link).

Kerrigan, H. D. 1959. Major influences on accounting education. The Accounting Review (July): 403-414. (JSTOR link).

Kerrigan, H. D. 1959. Recent data on accounting majors and programs. The Accounting Review (April): 262-265. (JSTOR link).

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Causal links in the Research-Teaching-Practice Triangle

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Kistler, L. H. 1966. Tax planning in the elementary course. The Accounting Review (October): 773-775. (JSTOR link).

Klasson, C. R. 1964. Business gaming: A progress report. The Academy of Management Journal 7(3): 175-188. (JSTOR link).

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Kneer, D. C. 1986. Masters degree programs in accounting information systems/EDP auditing. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 137-144.

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Knight, R. G. 1953. Accounting education-from the point of view of the business employer. The Accounting Review (July): 343-349. (JSTOR link).

Knowles, A. S. and W. C. White. 1940. Teaching load of accounting instructors. The Accounting Review (June): 166-169. (JSTOR link).

Koehler, R. W. 1974. The effect of internship programs on subsequent college performance. The Accounting Review (April): 382-384. (JSTOR link).

Koeppen, D. R. 1990. Creating an accounting culture in the classroom. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(1): 89-96. (JSTOR link).

Koester, R. and W. Carson. 1976. An appraisal of collegiate business students' understanding of price-level-adjusted financial statements The Accounting Review (July): 625-628. (JSTOR link).

Kohl, M. 1961. Objectives of accounting education in the liberal arts college. The Accounting Review (October): 631-634. (JSTOR link).

Kohler, E. L. 1961. Background for management accounting techniques. N.A.A. Bulletin (October): 5-18. (Address at the annual conference related to the differences between accounting as taught and accounting as practiced).

Kohn, A. 1992. No Contest: The Case Against Competition. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Kohn, A. 1999. Punished By Rewards: The Trouble with Gold Stars, Incentive Plans, A's, Praise, and Other Bribes. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Kokkila, L. M. and L. A. Werbaneth, Jr. 1974. The public practice of accounting: An experimental program. The Accounting Review (January): 157-159. (JSTOR link).

Korzybski, A. 1995. Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics. Institute of General Semantics.

Kovarsky, I. 1964. Management, racial discrimination and apprentice training programs. The Academy of Management Journal 7(3): 196-203. (JSTOR link).

Kramer, B. K. P., C. W. Johnson, G. W. Crain and S. J. Miller. 2005. The practitioner-professor link. Journal of Accountancy (June): 77-80.

Kraft, A. 1975. Piecewise approximation functions an educational note. Decision Sciences 6(3): 568-580.

Kraft, A. and J. Kraft. 1973. Computer applications in teaching econometrics. Decision Sciences 4(2): 284-294.

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Kranacher, M., B. W. Morris, T. A. Pearson and R. A. Riley Jr. 2008. A model curriculum for education in fraud and forensic accounting. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 505-519.

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Krische, S. D., R. D. Martin and T. J. Wilks. 2013. Accounting faculty experiences with practice-oriented fellowships. Accounting Horizons (June): 229-248.

Krogstad, J. L. and D. S. Dexter. 1979. National automated accounting research system - A challenge for auditing education. The Accounting Review (July): 604-608. (JSTOR link).

Krom, C. L. and A. K. Buchholz. 2014. Understanding the new AACSB standards. The CPA Journal (August): 58-61.

Kublin, M. 1965. Acceptability of a professional school of accountancy. The Accounting Review (July): 626-635. (JSTOR link).

Kulesza, C. S. 1994. The faculty internship program at ITT Automotive. Management Accounting (July): 43-46.

Kunz, D. A. and K. A. Russell. 1996. 1996 Student case competition: What's it worth? Management Accounting (January): 48-51.

Kunze, H. L. 1931. How to study accounting. The Accounting Review (December): 316-317. (JSTOR link).

Kurlander, C. E. and G. L. Battista. 1960. Progressive organizations provide for accounting training. N.A.A. Bulletin (August): 81-89. (Survey found 15 of 37 companies provide formal accounting training).

Kwon, I., N. Kendig, and M. Bae. 1997. Grade inflation from a career counselor’s perspective. Journal of Employment Counseling (34): 50-54.

Kymn, K. O. 1975. Teaching the independence of X and S2 in applied statistics. Decision Sciences 6(2): 399-402.

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