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Lafferty, G. W. 1947. A technique to introduce students to governmental fund accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 312-318. (JSTOR link).

Lafferty, G. W. 1948. Making industrial accounting real to the student. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (January 1): 517-527.

LaGrone, P. G. 1960. The use of visual aids in elementary and intermediate accounting to determine their practical value in the classroom. The Accounting Review (July): 520-522. (JSTOR link).

Lamb, E. M. 1967. In-house staff training and development programs. Management Accounting (March): 35-37.

Lambert, C. and E. Pezet. 2011. The making of the management accountant - Becoming the producer of truthful knowledge. Accounting, Organizations and Society 36(1): 10-30.

Lampe, J. C. 1971. A time-sharing program library for accounting courses. The Accounting Review (January): 156-159. (JSTOR link).

Lampe, J. C. 1978. A practical EDP audit/retrieval system for education. The Accounting Review (October): 970-978. (JSTOR link).

Lander, G. H. and A. Reinstein. 1986. Improving the management accountant's education. Management Accounting (March): 66-67.

Landry, H. J. 1964. Auditing instruction at the undergraduate college level. The Accounting Review (January): 164-166. (JSTOR link).

Lane, J. 1954. Methods and techniques of presenting accounting career opportunities to high school and preparatory school students. The Accounting Review (July): 502-505. (JSTOR link).

Lane, J. E. 1951. Elementary accounting and the non-accounting major-A proposal. The Accounting Review (January): 105-106. (JSTOR link).

Langenderfer, H. Q. 1996. Review: The Struggle for Status: A History of Accounting Education by Glenn Van Wyhe. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(1): 149-154. (JSTOR link).

Langenderfer, H. Q. and E. H. Weinwurm. 1956. Bringing accounting curricula up-to-date. The Accounting Review (July): 423-430. (JSTOR link).

Lantry, T. L. 1971. An experiment. The Accounting Review (July): 596-597. (JSTOR link).

Larimore, L. K. 1974. Break-even analysis for higher education. Management Accounting (September): 25-28.

Larimore, T. R. 1937. Accounting in the small liberal-arts college. The Accounting Review (June): 180-183. (JSTOR link).

Larson, R. K. and T. J. Brady. 2009. Incorporating IFRS into the accounting curriculum. Strategic Finance (February): 23-25.

Laughlin, E. J., J. W. Gentry and C. A. May. 1976. Comparison of alternative forms of teaching fundamentals of accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 347-351. (JSTOR link).

Lawler, J. 1967. The quest for accounting philosophers. Journal of Accounting Research (Empirical Research in Accounting: Selected Studies): 86-92. (JSTOR link). ("We need to attract, and then retain with encouragement, accounting recruits who will not be content with knowledge but will insist upon pursuing wisdom. That mission, as Durant said, calls for more than the mere accumulation of facts; it requires an awareness of how a set of particular facts relate to experience in general, for only then can the import and the value of the facts be ascertained. In order to achieve that kind of insight, a man must acquire some familiarity with a host of subjects. He can do this in part through experience, which is certainly a great teacher; but since no man's life if long enough to offer an adequate amount of it, he must use the short-cuts to knowledge and to wisdom provided by the experiences of others as revealed in the library, the theater, the concert hall, the school room, the office - even the cocktail party"  p. 90).

Lawrence, C. 1954. Education for cost control: Round-table method. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (June): 1295-1299.

Lawrence, C. 1955. A suggested program for cooperation between educational institutions and small practitioners. The Accounting Review (October): 645-650. (JSTOR link).

Lawrence, C. 1955. Teaching responsibilities and machine-graded tests. The Accounting Review (July): 538-539. (JSTOR link).

Lawrence, C. 1962. Brazil - Education and accountants. The Accounting Review (July): 510-514. (JSTOR link).

Lawrence, W. B. 1933. Teaching cost accounting. The Accounting Review (June): 155-157. (JSTOR link).

Lawson, R. A., E. J. Blocher, P. C. Brewer, J. T. Morris and K. D. Stocks. 2015. Thoughts on competency integration in accounting education. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 149-171.

Lawson, R. A., K. V. Pincus, J. E. Sorensen, K. D. Stocks and D. E. Stout. 2017. Using a life-cycle approach to manage and implement curricular change based on competency integration. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 137-152.

Lay, C. F. 1928. The growth of the controller and the business administration curriculum. The Accounting Review (March): 43-52. (JSTOR link).

Le Breton, P. P. 1959. A new approach to the teaching of management principles. The Journal of the Academy of Management 2(1): 53-56. (JSTOR link).

Lechner, T. A. and R. Strom. 2014. Raising student awareness of management accounting: A pilot program with promise. Strategic Finance (August): 43-46.

Lee, C., M. Cefaratti and E. Rose-Green. 2016. The incremental benefit of a forensic accounting course to creativity. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 8(1): 157-167.

Lee, C. J., C. Liu and T. Wang. 1999. The 150-hour rule. Journal of Accounting and Economics (April): 203-228.

Lee, J. Y. 2011. Using a management accounting perspective to evaluate the production of future accounting professionals. Advances in Management Accounting (19): 161-171.

Lee, M. T. and S. K. Widener. 2016. The performance effects of using business intelligence systems for exploitation and exploration learning. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 1-31.

Lee, S. M. and L. J. Moore. 1974. Optimizing university admissions planning. Decision Sciences 5(3): 405-414.

Lee, S. M. and L. J. Moore. 1975. Optimizing university admissions planning: Reply to comment. Decision Sciences 6(1): 192-193.

Lehman, C. M. 2003. Creating Dynamic Multimedia Presentations, 2e. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Lehman, M. W. and C. M. Lehman. 2001. On with the show! Strategic Finance (September): 56-61. (Related to making presentations).

Lehmann, C. M. 2012. Integrating generalized audit software and teaching fraud detection in information systems auditing courses. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 4(1): 319-368.

Lehmann, C. M. 2015. Case: Asset misappropriation schemes: Short cases for use in the classroom. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 7(2): 340-362.  (The page numbers of this paper overlap with the Nikitkov and Stone paper. This paper should start at page 390).

Leland, T. W. 1945. Educational prerequisites for the certificate. The Accounting Review (April): 191-194. (JSTOR link).

Lengnick-Hall, C. A. and M. M. Sanders. 1997. Designing effective learning systems for management education: Student roles, requisite variety, and practicing what we teach. The Academy of Management Journal 40(6): 1334-1368. (JSTOR link).

Lepp, G. 2010. Knowledge and use of Student-Centered Instructional Techniques, Alternative Assessment Methods, and New Educational Technology in Adult Business Education. Doctoral Dissertation. Capella University.

Leslie, D. W. 2008. Accounting Faculty in U.S. Colleges and Universities: Status and Trends, 1993-2004. A Report of the American Accounting Association. (Note).

Levitan, A. S. 1988. Using a data base management system in an accounting information systems course. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 73-78.

Lewin, A. Y. and W. L. Weber. 1969. Management game teams in education and organization research: An experiment on risk taking. The Academy of Management Journal 12(1): 49-58. (JSTOR link).

Lewis, L. S. 1967. On prestige and loyalty of university faculty. Administrative Science Quarterly 11(4): 629-642. (JSTOR link).

Li, D. H. 1970. Audit-aid: Generalized computer-audit program as an instructional device. The Accounting Review (October): 774-778. (JSTOR link).

Liao, S. S. 1978. Learner directed instruction: Additional evidences. The Accounting Review (January): 155-161. (JSTOR link).

Light, D. Jr. 1979. Surface data and deep structure: Observing the organization of professional training. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(4): 551-559. (JSTOR link).

Lillis, C. M. and P. L. Shaffer. 1977. Economic output as an organizational effectiveness measure for universities. The Academy of Management Journal 20(3): 476-482. (JSTOR link).

Limayem, M. and C. Cheung. 2011. Predicting the continued use of internet-based learning technologies: The role of habit. Behaviour & Information Technology 30(1): 91-99.

Limayem, M. and C. M. K. Cheung. 2008. Understanding information systems continuance: The case of internet-based learning technologies. Information and Management (45): 227-232.

Limayem, M. and S. Hirt. 2003. Internet-based teaching: How to encourage university students to adopt advanced internet-based technologies? Journal of the Association for Information System 4, Article 3, August.

Lin, P. and L. M. Smith. 2006. Using a web-based accounting system for teaching accounting system design and implementation. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 65-79.

Lincoln, J. T. 1929. Company training for college graduates. Harvard Business Review (July): 432-443. (Survey results from 274 companies. The theme of this paper is summed up by the following quote. "The popularizing of this idea of internship by university faculties will assist the young man entering the business world to obtain a truer picture of conditions as they actually exist, and will place the feet of promising young men more directly upon the road to success.").

Lindquist, T. M. 2012. Online accounting degrees: Research on the quality of for-profit and not-for-profit programs. The CPA Journal (April): 66-71.

Lindquist, T. M. and G. Smith. 2013. Top schools' success on the computerized CPA exam: Reasons for improved performance. The CPA Journal (May): 66-71.

Lipsky, D. 1945. A new role for the accounting instructor. The Accounting Review (July): 344-347. (JSTOR link).

Littleton, A. C. 1933. Independent study. The Accounting Review (June): 160-161. (JSTOR link).

Littleton, A. C. 1936. The professional college. The Accounting Review (June): 109-116. (JSTOR link).

Littleton, A. C. 1937. Accounting theses: A list compiled. The Accounting Review (September): 313-315. (JSTOR link).

Littleton, A. C. 1942. The meaning of accounting education. The Accounting Review (July): 215-221. (JSTOR link).

Littleton, A. C. 1943. Examinations in auditing. The Accounting Review (October): 307-316. (JSTOR link).

Littleton, A. C. 1945. Association reports: Representative college programs (Continued from October). The Accounting Review (July): 380-389. (JSTOR link).

Littleton, A. C. 1946. Guidance tests for accounting students. The Accounting Review (October): 404-409.

Liu, C. Z., B. J. Rowe, R. Serrett and M. L. Shelton. 2013. Leveling the playing field: Can students succeed in highly technical business courses delivered online? Global Perspectives on Accounting Education (10): 135-149.

Liu, Y. 2001. The Harvard Business School Guide to Careers in Finance, 2002. Harvard Business School Press.

Lively, H. M. and N. J. Mastracchio Jr. 2012. Multiple financial accounting standards intensify the dilemma of what to teach: Stalled convergence presents challenges for educators. The CPA Journal (October): 62-65.

Livermore, S. 1925. University courses in accounting: III. Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. Journal of Accountancy (January): 24-26.

Lockwood, J. 1938. Early university education in accountancy. The Accounting Review (June): 131-144. (JSTOR link).

Loeb, I. 1927. The place of accounting instruction. The Accounting Review (March): 46-47. (JSTOR link).

Loeb, S. E. and J. P. Bedingfield. 1972. Teaching accounting ethics. The Accounting Review (October): 811-813. (JSTOR link).

Long, B. J. and B. L. McGuire. 2001. Reforming an accounting program: Sailing the ship through the academic doldrums. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 18-26.

Logue, D. E. and L. J. Merville. 1974. The development of an integrative curriculum in an undergraduate business program. Decision Sciences 5(2): 263-267.

Lorange, P. 2002. New Visions for Management Education: Leadership Challenges. Pergamon Press.

Lord, A. T. 2004. ISACA model curricula 2004. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 5(2): 251-265.

Lord, E. W. 1924. Teaching accounting at Boston University. Journal of Accountancy (November): 345-347.

Lorig, A. N. 1958. A non-thesis program for masters' candidates. The Accounting Review (January): 126-128. (JSTOR link).

Lorig, A. N. 1960. Training accountants in Great Britain. The Accounting Review (July): 455-463. (JSTOR link).

Lorig, A. N. 1961. Training accountants in Holland and West Germany. The Accounting Review (April): 232-238. (JSTOR link).

Lossett, R. D. and M. Moustafa. 1975. The nature of the demand for doctorates in accounting. The Accounting Review (October): 874-881. (JSTOR link).

Lotto, L. S. 1983. More on loose coupling. Administrative Science Quarterly 28(2): 294-296. (JSTOR link).

Lougheed, L. 1998. KAPLAN SUCCESS WITH WORDS FOR THE TOEFL: THE ENGLISH VOCABULARY GUIDE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (Success With Words, Vocabulary Guides for Students and Professionals). Kaplan.

Louis, K. S., D. Blumenthal, M. E. Gluck and M. A.Stoto. 1989. Entrepreneurs in academe: An exploration of behaviors among life scientists. Administrative Science Quarterly 34(1): 110-131. (JSTOR link).

Lovata, L. M. 2007. Earnings management: The game. Journal of Forensic Accounting 8(1-2): 227-244. ("This paper describes a game used to help students understand that information asymmetry exists between managers and the public, and that public information may be misstated to increase management wealth").

Lovell, J. B. 1959. Training the junior industrial accountant. N.A.A. Bulletin (April): 89-90.

Lowe, R. E. 1965. Public accounting internships. The Accounting Review (October): 839-846. (JSTOR link).

Lubell, M. S. and B. C. Broden. 1975. The masters degree in taxation: An academic survey. The Accounting Review (January): 170-176. (JSTOR link).

Lucas, H. C. Jr., J. C. Larreche and D. B. Montgomery. 1974. Integrating the computer into a business school curriculum. Decision Sciences 5(2): 268-283.

Luman, J. A. 1911. Importance of accounting training. Journal of Accountancy (April): 405-413.

Luthans, F. 1967. Faculty promotions: An analysis of central administrative control. The Academy of Management Journal 10(4): 385-394. (JSTOR link).

Luthans, F. and R. M. Hodgetts. 1969. Managerial analysis of doctoral candidates and professors: Research attitudes and interpersonal relations. The Academy of Management Journal 12(2): 213-221. (JSTOR link).

Luthans, F., J. W. Walker and R. M. Hodgetts. 1969. Evidence on the validity of management education. The Academy of Management Journal 12(4): 451-457. (JSTOR link).

Lutz, F. W. 1982. Tightening up loose coupling in organizations of higher education. Administrative Science Quarterly 27(4): 653-669. (JSTOR link). (Part of a special section on the utilization of organizational research, part 1).

Lutz, F. W. 1983. Reply to "More on loose coupling". Administrative Science Quarterly 28(2): 296-298. (JSTOR link).

Lynn, E. S. 1964. Education for the profession. The Accounting Review (April): 371-376. (JSTOR link).

Lyon, L. S. 1924. Accounting courses in universities. Journal of Accountancy (December): 422-429.

Maas, J. D. and B. A. Leauby. 2005. Concept mapping - Exploring its value as a meaningful learning tool in accounting education. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education (2): 75-98.

Maas, J. D. and B. A. Leauby. 2014. Active learning and assessment: A student guide to using concept mapping in financial accounting. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education (11): 41-63.

Macaulay, H. 1955. Responsibilities of the professional accounting firms in continuing the training of college graduates. The Accounting Review (January): 48-50. (JSTOR link).

MacFarland, G. A. 1927. Accounting in the Wharton School. The Accounting Review (June): 175-177. (JSTOR link).

MacKenzie, O. 1964. Accreditation of accounting curricula. The Accounting Review (April): 363-370. (JSTOR link).

MacLean, H. I. 1934. Unit costs of instruction at the University of Pennsylvania. The Accounting Review (March): 33-37. (JSTOR link).

MacNeill, J. H. 1968. [The common body of knowledge for CPAs: Some problems in analysis]: A reply. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 141. (JSTOR link).

Madden, D. L. 1970. Bridging the gap between business and academic environments. The Accounting Review (January): 145-150. (JSTOR link).

Madden, J. T., R. A. Stevenson and W. R. Gray. 1928. The place of accounting in the commerce curriculum. The Accounting Review (June): 189-207. (JSTOR link).

Magee, R. P. and S. A. Zeff. 2016. Lawrence Revsine: Influential teacher and author. Accounting Horizons (December): 517-524.

Mahmoud, S. and C. Frampton. 1975. An evaluation of management curricula in the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. The Academy of Management Journal 18(2): 407-411. (JSTOR link).

Mahoney, L. S. and J. K. Welch. 2000. PC movies get two thumbs up for computer application training. Strategic Finance (September): 74-78.

Malgwi, C. A. and C. Rakovski. 2009. Behavioral implications of evaluating determinants of academic fraud risk factors. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 1(2): 1-37.

Malone, C. F. and L. A. Owens-Jackson. 2014. Supplying the next generation of accountants. The CPA Journal (January): 66-71.

Mandel, B. J. 1963. A course in statistical sampling for accountants, auditors and financial managers. The Accounting Review (April): 400-406. (JSTOR link).

Mann, H. 1984. A worksheet for demonstrating the articulation of financial statements. The Accounting Review (October): 669-673. (JSTOR link).

Manners, G. E. Jr. 2006. Six levels of financial knowledge. Strategic Finance (August): 32-39.

Manns, C. L. and J. G. March. 1978. Financial adversity, internal competition, and curriculum change in a university. Administrative Science Quarterly 23(4): 541-552. (JSTOR link).

Markell, W. and W. A. Pemberton. 1972. Programmed instruction in elementary accounting - Is it successful? The Accounting Review (April): 381-384. (JSTOR link).

Markides, C. 2007. In search of ambidextrous professors. The Academy of Management Journal 50(4): 762-768. (JSTOR link).

Marple, R. P. 1956. Try this on your class, professor. The Accounting Review (July): 492-497. (JSTOR link). (The all fixed cost company).

Marsh, J. A. and G. R. Henning. 1987. Some history of the debate on educational policy of accountants in Australia. Abacus 23(1): 55-68.

Marshall, L. 2007. Measuring assurance of learning at the degree programming academic major levels. Journal of Education for Business 83(2): 101-109.

Marshall, P. D., R. F. Dombroski, R. M. Garner and K. J. Smith. 2010. The accounting education gap. The CPA Journal (June): 6-10.

Martell, K. 2007. Assessing student learning: Are business schools making the grade? Journal of Education for Business 82(4): 189-195.

Martin, C. A. 1965. Programmed learning and the teaching of accounting. Abacus 1(1): 92-96.

Martin, D. D. 1977. Professors' home office expenses: A recent development and economic extension. The Accounting Review (April): 492-497. (JSTOR link).

Martin, J. R. Not dated. Adult education opportunities. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. Framework for Ph.D. study of management accounting. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. Management Accounting: Concepts, Techniques & Controversial Issues. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. Management Accounting Course - Graduate or upper level: Suggested topics and related materials. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. Notes to those considering an Accounting Ph.D. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. Self study management accounting courses. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. The accounting doctoral shortage and opportunities to teach accounting. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. 1987. Integrating the Major concepts and techniques of cost and management accounting: A recommendation. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 72-84.

Martin, J. R. 1994. A controversial-issues approach to enhance management accounting education. Journal of Accounting Education 12(1): 59-75. (Summary).

Martin, J. R. 1998. Expanding The perspective of performance analysis to include the concepts of SPC, ABCM and REA database Systems. Advances in Accounting Education: 25-41. (Summary).

Martin, J. R. 1998. Evaluating faculty based on student opinions: Problems, implications and recommendations from Deming’s theory of management perspective. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 1079-1094. (Summary).

Martin, J. R. 2000. The advantages of teaching three production volume variances. Journal of Accounting Education (Winter): 35-50.

Martin, J. R. 2016. AACSB International 2013 and 2016. 2012-2013 and 2015-2016 Salary Survey Reports: Executive Summary. AACSB. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. and E. J. Laughlin. 1988. A graphic approach to variance analysis emphasizes concepts rather than mechanics. Issues in Accounting Education (Fall): 351-364.

Martin, R. B. and T. R. Waymire. 2017. Filling the demand for municipal government accountants: The benefits of a governmental and not-for-profit course. Journal of Accounting Education (40): 43-54.

Martinson, O. B. and E. T. Cole. 2002. Improving accounting education through outcomes assessment. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 1-6. All of the articles in this issue start on page 1.

Mason, P. 1948. Problems in the handling of large sections in accounting by the lecture method. The Accounting Review (April): 179-182. (JSTOR link).

Massel, M. S. 1945. Accounting training for the government service. The Accounting Review (April): 206-210. (JSTOR link).

Massoudi, D., S. Koh, P. J. Hancock and L. Fung. 2017. The effectiveness of usage of online multiple choice questions on student performance in introductory accounting. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 1-17.

Mastracchio, N. J. Jr. 2008. The role of NASBA and state boards in accounting education. The CPA Journal (March): 64-68.

Mastracchio, N. J. Jr. 2017. A positive look at accounting education. The CPA Journal (September): 32-35.

Mastracchio, N. J. Jr. and H. M. Lively. 2012. Multiple auditing standards intensify the dilemma of what to teach: Diverging guidance presents challenges for educators. The CPA Journal (October): 66-67.

Mastro, A. J. 1967. EDP in one elementary course. The Accounting Review (April): 371-374. (JSTOR link).

Mastro, A. J. and F. R. Hartman. 1960. An evaluation of a slide-lecture method for teaching a large section of college auditing. The Accounting Review (April): 324-329. (JSTOR link).

Mathieu, J. E. and R. L. Leonard, Jr. 1987. Applying utility concepts to a training program in supervisory skills: A time-based approach. The Academy of Management Journal 30(2): 316-335. (JSTOR link).

Mathieu, J. E., S. I. Tannenbaum and E. Salas. 1992. Influences of individual and situational characteristics on measures of training effectiveness. The Academy of Management Journal 35(4): 828-847. (JSTOR link).

Matson, D. M. 2016. Independent studies in forensic accounting: Some practical ideas. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 8(2): 218-240.

Matulich, S., L. A. Nikolai and S. K. Olson. 1977. Earnings per share: A flow chart approach to teaching concepts and procedures. The Accounting Review (January): 233-247. (JSTOR link).

Matusiak, L. W. 1960. The role of educators in the American Institute's professional development program. The Accounting Review (April): 197-202. (JSTOR link).

Matz, A. 1948. Teaching standard costs and flexible budget with three- and two-variance methods. The Accounting Review (July): 309-313. (JSTOR link).

Matz, A. 1951. The accounting senior seminar in the Wharton School. The Accounting Review (April): 262-265. (JSTOR link).

Mautz, R. K. 1949. Teaching the significance of practical considerations. The Accounting Review (October): 435-438. (JSTOR link).

Mautz, R. K. 1949. Using practical accounting experience in teaching. The Accounting Review (July): 317-320. (JSTOR link).

Mautz, R. K. 1951. The intermediate course in accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 239-244. (JSTOR link).

Mautz, R. K. 1974. Where do we go from here? The Accounting Review (April): 353-360. (JSTOR link).

Maxwell, A. D. 1956. Answering examination questions. The Accounting Review (October): 636-645. (JSTOR link).

Maxwell, A. D. and W. H. Taylor.1942. A study of accounting curricula. The Accounting Review (April): 141-149. (JSTOR link).

May, G. O. 1945. Teaching accounting to non-technical students. The Accounting Review (April): 131-138. (JSTOR link).

May, W. W., editor. 1990. Ethics in the Accounting Curriculum: Cases and Readings. American Accounting Association.

Mayer-Sommer, A. P. and S. E. Loeb. 1981. Fostering more successful professional socialization among accounting students. The Accounting Review (January): 125-136. (JSTOR link).

Mayper, A. G., R. J. Pavur, B. D. Merino and W. Hoops. 2005. The impact of accounting education on ethical values: An institutional perspective. Accounting and the Public Interest (5): 32-55.

McCann, D. 2013. The (Liberal Arts) education of a CFO: It's said to be of questionable value. But a liberal arts education can provide a vital advantage in a finance career, as four CFOs found. CFO (October): 44-48.

McCormick, F. L. 1967. Large group instruction in elementary accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 592. (JSTOR link).

McCormick, W. Jr. 1973. Trends in education for auditors. The Accounting Review (October): 801-803. (JSTOR link).

McCosh, A. M. 1972. The case method of accounting instruction and microwave television. The Accounting Review (January): 161-164. (JSTOR link).

McCosh, R. B. 1957. Internship programs in accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 306-308. (JSTOR link).

McCroskey, J. C. 1970. Measures of communication-bound anxiety. Speech Monographs (37): 269-277.

McCroskey, J. C. 1977. Oral communication apprehension: A summary of recent theory and research. Human Communication Research (4): 78-96.

McCroskey, J. C. 1980. Quiet children in the classroom: On helping not hurting. Communication Education (29): 239-44.

McCroskey, J. C. 1984. The communication apprehension perspective. In Avoiding Communication: Shyness, Reticence, and Communication Apprehension. J. A. Daly and J. C. McCroskey, eds. Sage Publications.

McCullers, L. D. and R. P. VanDaniker. 1972. Socio-economics and accounting education. The Accounting Review (July): 604-606. (JSTOR link).

McDaniel, E., and J. F. Feldhusen. 1971. College teaching effectiveness. Today’s Education (March): 27.

McDevitt, C. D. and H. J. Watson. 1978. An assessment of probability encoding using a probabilistic, noninteractive management game. The Academy of Management Journal 21(3): 451-462. (JSTOR link).

McFarland, D. E. 1959. Education for management: New directions and new challenges. The Journal of the Academy of Management 2(1): 39-46. (JSTOR link).

McFarland, D. E. 1960. The emerging revolution in management education. The Journal of the Academy of Management 3(1): 7-15. (JSTOR link).

McGee, R. W. 1986. Eliminate the Ph.D. requirement for accounting educators. Management Accounting (April): 58, 61.

McIntyre, E. V. 1974. An algebraic aid in teaching the differences between direct costing and full-absorption costing models: An extension. The Accounting Review (October): 839-840. (JSTOR link).

McKee, A. J. 2004. Customized multimedia software for teaching managerial accounting. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 47-59.

McKee, A. J. and K. Lantz. 2009. The ABC simulator: A new approach to teaching traditional topics. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 28-33.

McKee, F. V. 1959. Accounting education and E.D.P. N.A.A. Bulletin (May): 93.

McKenzie, R. 1975. The economic effects of grade inflation on instructor evaluations: A theoretical approach. Journal of Economic Education 6(2): 99-105.

McKeown, J. C. 1973. An effective and practical tool for conveying test deck concepts. The Accounting Review (January): 172-174. (JSTOR link).

McKeown, J. C. 1976. Computer-assisted instruction for elementary accounting. The Accounting Review (January): 123-130. (JSTOR link).

McKinley, W., J. L. C. Cheng and A. G. Schick. 1986. Perceptions of resource criticality in times of resource scarcity: The case of university departments. The Academy of Management Journal 29(3): 623-632. (JSTOR link).

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Perry, K. W. 1958. The faculty fellowship and accounting education. The Accounting Review (January): 123-126. (JSTOR link).

Perry, K. W. 1958. Young eyes on accounting. The Accounting Review (October): 556-558. (JSTOR link).

Perry, K. W. 1959. The profession's responsibility in attracting students. The Accounting Review (July): 465-469. (JSTOR link).

Perry, K. W. 1960. R. T. P.. The Accounting Review (October): 728-730. (JSTOR link). (RTP = read the problem. Advice for CPA candidates applicable to all exams: Read the problem objectively, don't fight the problem, analyze the problem, and plan the approach used to solve the problem).

Perry, K. W. and L. M. Walker. 1957. Use of visual aids in the teaching of accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 477-480. (JSTOR link).

Perry, K. W. and R. K. Mautz. 1956. Theory cases for undergraduate courses. The Accounting Review (July): 497-500. (JSTOR link).

Perry, R. S. 1959. An approach to elementary accounting for non-business students. The Accounting Review (July): 472-476. (JSTOR link).

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Person, S. 1965. Elementary accounting with a systems approach. The Accounting Review (April): 454-458. (JSTOR link).

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Peters, D. H. and E. B. Roberts. 1969. Unutilized ideas in university laboratories. The Academy of Management Journal 12(2): 179-191. (JSTOR link).

Peterson, K. D. 1984. Mechanisms of administrative control over managers in educational organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 29(4): 573-597. (JSTOR link).

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Pfeffer, J. and N. Langton. 1993. The effect of wage dispersion on satisfaction, productivity, and working collaboratively: Evidence from college and university faculty. Administrative Science Quarterly 38(3): 382-407. (JSTOR link).

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Phillips, F. 2016. The power of giving feedback: Outcomes from implementing an online peer assessment system. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 1-15.

Phillips, F. 2017. Are you making learning too easy? Effects of grouping accounting problems on students' learning. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 81-93.

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Piaker, P. M. 1973. The use of medieval statements for teaching accounting: A reply. The Accounting Review (October): 789. (JSTOR link).

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Pickett, A. L. 1924. University courses in accounting: II. Objectives of the accounting courses at Indiana University. Journal of Accountancy (December): 435-436.

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Pilcher, D. J. 1933. Three-fold presentation of an accounting problem. The Accounting Review (September): 247-252. (JSTOR link).

Pillsbury, C. 2005. Megafrauds: Should the auditors have known? A classroom exercise. Journal of Forensic Accounting 6(2): 441-454.

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Piper, T. R., M. C. Gentile and S. D. Parks. 1993. Can Ethics Be Taught?: Perspectives, Challenges, and Approaches at the Harvard Business School. Harvard Business School Press.

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Plumlee, R. D. and P. M. J. Reckers. 2014. Lessons not learned: Why is there still a crisis-level shortage of accounting Ph.D.s? Accounting Horizons (June): 313-330.

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Pope, K. R. 2015. Overhauling ethics education: Engaging students digitally will give them a better learning experience and will help them remember the lessons throughout their careers. Strategic Finance (August): 40-47. (Recommends adopting a multimedia learning approach, integrating digital badging, promoting social learning, and incorporating microlearning platforms. For more on digital badges see Alliance for Excellent Education: Expanding education and workforce opportunities through digital badges and DigitalBadges.pdf).

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Porter, M. E. and J. E. Heppelmann. 2017. Why every organization needs an augmented reality strategy. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 46-57. (Augmented reality or AR "transforms volumes of data and analytics into images or animations that are overlaid on the real world." ..."By superimposing digital information directly on real objects or environments, AR allows people to process the physical and digital simultaneously, eliminating the need to mentally bridge the two. That improves our ability to rapidly and accurately absorb information, make decisions, and execute required tasks quickly and efficiently."..."Every company needs an implementation road map that lays out how the organization will start to capture the benefits of AR in its business while building the capabilities needed to expand its use."... "It will profoundly change training and skill development, allowing people to perform sophisticated work without protracted and expensive conventional instruction - a model that is inaccessible to so many today. AR, then, enables people to better tap into the digital revolution and all it has to offer.").

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Prescott, G. L., T. G. Noland and C. E. Vann. 2017. Universities need you! Strategic Finance (April): 46-53. (There have been a number of articles like this one over the past few years. For my summary of the Accounting Doctoral shortage and opportunities to teach accounting see

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Prickett, A. L. 1928. Development of high school commercial curriculum and university courses. The Accounting Review (March): 53-68. (JSTOR link).

Prickett, A. L. 1947. Suggestions for beginning teachers in accounting. The Accounting Review (October): 405-411. (JSTOR link).

Prickett, A. L. 1958. The master's degree with courses in business, yesterday, today, and tomorrow. The Accounting Review (January): 76-83. (JSTOR link).

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Pringle, C., and M. Michel. 2007. Assessment practices in AACSB-accredited business schools. Journal of Education for Business 82 (4): 202-211.

Pushkin, A. B. 1980. Presenting beta risk to students. The Accounting Review (January): 117-122. (JSTOR link).

Pye, M. L. 1955. The undergraduate accounting curriculum. The Accounting Review (April): 284-289. (JSTOR link).

Pylee, M. V. 1967. Management education in India. Management Science (June): C209-C217. (JSTOR link).

Quackenbush, J. E. 1969. A comment on the undergraduate accounting curriculum. Management Accounting (April): 20.

Quintanilla, H. A. and J. L. Whittington. 2003. Applied learning in graduate business education. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 27-33.

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