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Raby, W. L. 1964. A decision-making approach to the first tax course. The Accounting Review (January): 167-172. (JSTOR link).

Raff, M. C. 1971. Exposing first-semester accounting students to accounting periodicals. The Accounting Review (July): 594-595. (JSTOR link).

Randall, R. F. 1972. What cost education? Management Accounting (October): 67-69.

Randall, R. F. 1984. Management accounting degree established in Canada. Management Accounting (June): 12.

Raper, C. L. 1929. Shall accounting instructors indulge in outside practice? The Accounting Review (June): 129-130. (JSTOR link).

Raptis, J. 1952. College instruction - A student's viewpoint. The Accounting Review (October): 431-435. (JSTOR link).

Rath, G. J., B. V. Dean and M. A. Griffin. 1968. Management science in university operation. Management Science (February): B373-B390. (JSTOR link).

Ratnatunga, J. 2012. Ivory towers and legal powers: Attitudes and behaviour of town and gown to the accounting research-practice gap. Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research (Summer): 1-20.

Raval, V. 1988. A conceptual model of a curriculum for accountants. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 132-152.

Raval, V. 1989. A curriculum-wide approach to integration of computer in accounting education. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 132-144.

Raval, V. 1991. Perspectives on students' teaching evaluations of AIS courses. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 62-72.

Raval, V. and T. A. Shimerda. 2002. Integrating AIS course content using concept maps. The Review of Business Information Systems. 6(3): 85-95.

Ray, D. D. 1957. Faculty responsibility with respect to correcting certain defects in the accountant's education. The Accounting Review (October): 580-586. (JSTOR link).

Rayburn, F. R. and E. H. Bonfield. 1978. Schools of accountancy: Attitudes and attitude structure. The Accounting Review (July): 752-765. (JSTOR link).

Rayder, N. F. 1968. College student ratings of instruction. Journal of Experimental Education (Winter): 76-81.

Rebele, J. E. and E. K. St. Pierre. 2015. Stagnation in accounting education research. Journal of Accounting Education 33(2): 128-137.

Reckers, P. M. J. 2006. Perspectives on the proposal for a generally accepted accounting curriculum: A wake-up call for academics. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 31-43. (Note).

Reckitt, E. 1905. The public accountant and the universities. Journal of Accountancy (December): 118-121.

Reding, K. F. 2013. 10 best practices for business student internships. Strategic Finance (October): 42-48.

Reding K. F. and C. Newman. 2017. Improving critical thinking through data analysis. Strategic Finance (June): 48-54.

Reeve, J. M. 1983. The five-year accounting program as a quality signal. The Accounting Review (July): 639-646. (JSTOR link).

Reider, B. and G. Saunders. 1988. Management accounting education: A defense of criticisms. Accounting Horizons (December): 58-62.

Reigle, D. 2009. Trends in the Supply of Accounting Graduates and the Demand for Public Accounting Recruits. AICPA.

Reininga, W. 1965. An approach to elementary accounting. The Accounting Review (January): 211-214. (JSTOR link).

Reinstein, A., J. R. Hasselback, M. E. Riley and D. H. Sinason. 2011. Pitfalls of using citation indices for making academic accounting promotion, tenure, teaching load, and merit pay decisions. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 99-131.

Renshew, E. F. and V. Renshaw. 1971. Some money games. Decision Sciences 2(2): 239-248.

Revzan, D. A. 1949. What is a balanced curriculum in accounting? The Accounting Review (October): 409-413. (JSTOR link).

Rezaee, Z. 2002. Forensic accounting practices, education, and certifications. Journal of Forensic Accounting (3): 207-224.

Rezaee, Z., D. Lo, M. Ha and A. Suen. 2016. Forensic accounting education and practice: Insights from China. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 8(1): 106-119.

Richardson, A. P. 1914. Editorial: Modern methods of instruction. Journal of Accountancy (July): 52-53.

Richardson, A. P. 1919. Vocational education. Journal of Accountancy (May): 367.

Richardson, A. P. 1921. Schools and schools. Journal of Accountancy (March): 187-190. ( "The results of the November, 1920, examinations of the American Institute of Accountants afford an impressive commentary on the present tendency of accountancy education. Out of a total of 820 candidates for the certified public accountant certificates of states co-operating with the institute only 110 passed." (p. 187). "The greatest single reason for the large percentage of failures is, we believe, the alleged accounting schools which are springing up with a mushroom growth. These offer correspondence courses and put forward every inducement except solid instruction to attract potential students." p. 188).

Richardson, A. P. 1921. Schools of accountancy. Journal of Accountancy (June): 429-430.

Richardson, A. P. 1922. Beta Alpha Psi. Journal of Accountancy (September): 205.

Richardson, W. 2005. Curriculum requirements for entry-level management accounting in Australian industry and commerce. Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research (Winter): 55-66.

Riley, J. and K. Ward. 2017. Active learning, cooperative active learning, and passive learning methods in an accounting information systems course. Issues in Accounting Education (May): 1-16.

Riley, R. A. Jr., G. Smith and G. R. Young. 2012. Does incorporating professionals in higher education settings make a difference? An overview of related research. The CPA Journal (July): 68-70.

Riley, R. C. 1958. Comparison of results of AIA achievement test and ACE psychological examination. The Accounting Review (January): 128-130. (JSTOR link).

Rivera, J. M. and K. W. Kubin, editors. 1987. Proceeding of the V International Accounting Congress on Accounting Education. American Accounting Association.

Robbins, G. W. 1949. A pattern for professional business education. The Accounting Review (October): 392-402. (JSTOR link).

Roberts, J. 1991. The possibilities of accountability. Accounting, Organizations and Society 16(4): 355-368.

Robertson, J. C. and C. H. Smith. 1973. Auditing and professionalism at the graduate level. The Accounting Review (July): 599-602. (JSTOR link).

Robinson, D. D. 1968. Discussion of university cost structure and behavior: An empirical study. Journal of Accounting Research (Empirical Research in Accounting: Selected Studies): 160-165. (JSTOR link).

Robinson, L. A. and T. P. Hall. 1964. Systems education and the accounting curriculum. The Accounting Review (January): 62-69. (JSTOR link).

Robinson, M. H. 1907. Accountancy education. Journal of Accountancy (December): 126-128.

Robinson, Sir Ken: Do Schools Kill Creativity? TEDTalks YouTube Video (Note and Link).

Rodgers, E. W. 1971. Systems education in the business school. Management Accounting (December): 35-38.

Rogers, V. and A. Smith. 2001. Ethics, moral development, and accountants-in-training. Teaching Business Ethics 5(1): 1-20.

Roller, J. and T. H. Williams. 1967. Professional schools of accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 349-355. (JSTOR link).

Rose, J. M., A. M. Rose and C. S. Norman. 2005. A service-learning course in accounting information systems. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 145-172.

Rosen, L. S., W. C. Howell and L. T. Johnson. 1982. An evaluation of the compressed-course format for instruction in accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 403-413. (JSTOR link).

Rosenfeld, E. and R. G. Ledley 1961. An accounting course for majors and non-majors. The Accounting Review (January): 125-128. (JSTOR link).

Rossell, J. H. 1958. Calculation vs. an understanding of net operating loss. The Accounting Review (January): 120-123. (JSTOR link).

Rouis, S., M. Limayem, and E. Salchi-Sangari. 2011. Impact of Facebook usage on students' academic performance: Role of self-regulation and trust. Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology 9(3): 961-994.

Rourke, F. E. and G. E. Brooks. 1964. The "managerial revolution" in higher education. Administrative Science Quarterly 9(2): 154-181. (JSTOR link).

Rourke, F. E. and G. E. Brooks. 1967. Computers and university administration. Administrative Science Quarterly 11(4): 575-600. (JSTOR link).

Rowan, B. 1982. Organizational structure and the institutional environment: The case of public schools. Administrative Science Quarterly 27(2): 259-279. (JSTOR link).

Rowley, T. H. 1988. Course outline seminar in accounting information systems. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 167-170.

Roy, R. H. 1968. [The common body of knowledge for CPAs: Some problems in analysis]: A reply. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 142. (JSTOR link).

Rubenstein, A. H. 1968. Some comments on training for the future of the management sciences. Management Science (July): 727-730. (JSTOR link).

Rueschhoff, N. G. 1972. The undergraduate international accounting course. The Accounting Review (October): 833-836. (JSTOR link).

Ruff, M., J. C. Thibodeau and J. C. Bedard. 2009. A profession's response to a looming shortage: Closing the gap in the supply of accounting faculty. Journal of Accountancy (March): 36-41. (JOA Link).

Ruja, H. 1954. Outcomes of lecture and discussion procedures in three college courses. The Journal of Experimental Education (22). (JSTOR Link).

Rushing, R. 1951. A B C's of accounting instruction. The Accounting Review (July): 417-418. (JSTOR link).

Russell, K. A. and C. S. Smith. 2003. Accounting education's role in corporate malfeasance: It's time for a new curriculum! Strategic Finance (December): 46-51. (The accounting curriculum needs more emphasis on presentation skills, economics, technology, ethics, marketing, and management).

Russell, K. A., C. S. Kulesza, W. S. Albrecht and R. J. Sack. 2000. Accounting education: Charting the course through a perilous future. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 4-11.

Russell, K. A., G. H. Siegel and C. S. Kulesza. 1999. Counting more, counting less: Transformations in the management accounting profession. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 28-34.

Russell, K. A. and S. Berlin. 1999. A position statement for the new millennium. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 35-42.

Russell, R. C. 1947. Some observations on an intensive university coaching course for the CPA examination. The Accounting Review (July): 309-312. (JSTOR link).

Ruswinckel, J. W. 1952. A Report on the use of visual aids in the teaching of accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 370-375. (JSTOR link).

Ruswinckel, J. W. 1967. CCTV instruction: 1967. The Accounting Review (January): 134-141. (JSTOR link).

Ryack, K. N., M. C. Mastilak, C. D. Hodgdon and J. S. Allen. 2015. Concepts-based education in a rules-based world: A challenge for accounting educators. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 251-274.

Ryan, J. 2015. Jump-start students' careers: Outstanding students can spark successful careers with the exciting new IMA Accounting Honor Society (IAHS) and IMA Leadership Experience programs. Strategic Finance (August): 65-69. (IMA has 13,044 student members around the world. Globally there are 132 student chapters. Twenty-five Universities have been recognized by the IMA higher education endorsement program and 489 students have been inducted into the IAHS since 2015. For information about IMA's student scholarships, awards, and competitions see

Ryan, J. 2016. Exceptional students: Experience leadership. Strategic Finance (August): 62-63.

Ryan, J. 2017. Students on board: These accomplished students were chosen to participate in the IMA student leadership experience and learn for the IMA Global board of Directors. Strategic Finance (August): 64-68.

Ryan, J. J., J. A. Anderson, and A. B. Birchler. 1980. Student evaluations: The faculty responds. Research in Higher Education 12(4): 317-333.

Rynes, S. L., J. M. Bartunek and R. L. Daft. 2001. Across the great divide: Knowledge creation and transfer between practitioners and academics. The Academy of Management Journal 44(2): 340-355. (JSTOR link).

Sadler, A. G. 1958. The accounting teacher turns to electronic data processing. The Accounting Review (July): 497-501. (JSTOR link).

Saito, Y. and C. S. McIntosh. 2010. The economic value of auditing and its effectiveness in public school operations. Contemporary Accounting Research 27(2): 639-667.

Saje, N. 2005. Teaching for tips. Liberal Education 91(1): 48-50.

Salancik, G. R. and J. Pfeffer. 1974. The bases and use of power in organizational decision making: The case of a university. Administrative Science Quarterly 19(4): 453-473. (JSTOR link).

Sale, J. T. 1972. Using computerized budget simulation models as a teaching device. The Accounting Review (October): 836-839. (JSTOR link).

Saliers, E. A. 1933. An accounting curriculum. The Accounting Review (June): 159-160. (JSTOR link).

Salmonson, R. F. 1957. Qualifications for college accounting teachers: A rebuttal. The Accounting Review (October): 622-624. (JSTOR link).

Samson, W. D., C. L. Allen, R. K. Fleischman and I. B. Robinson-Backmon. 2006. Using a white-collar profession in accounting courses: Approaches to addressing diversity. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(1): 25-52. (JSTOR link).

Samuel, S. 2015. CCA: A new pathway for accounting majors. Penn State has introduced a program that prepares students for a career in management accounting. Strategic Finance (August): 32-39. (New Corporate Control and Analysis (CCA) Certificate Program for accounting careers in industry, consulting, and advisory services. Many accounting students don't know that most accounting graduates who start their careers in public accounting move to industry within three to five years and that the overwhelming majority of accountants work outside the public accounting profession).

Sanders, T. H. 1924. The training of accountants in England. Journal of Accountancy (August): 112-124.

Sangster, A., E. Franklin, D. Alwis, J. Abdul-Rahim and G. Stoner. 2014. Using Pacioli's pedagogy and medieval text in today's introductory accounting course. Journal of Accounting Education 32(1): 16-35.

Sapienza, S. R. 1959. Admission to graduate business school. The Accounting Review (January): 30-35. (JTOR link).

Sauder, M. 2008. Interlopers and field change: The entry of U.S. News into the field of legal education. Administrative Science Quarterly 53(2): 209-234. (JSTOR link). (Ranking law schools).

Savin-Baden, M. 2010. A Practical Guide to Using Second Life in Higher Education. Open University Press.

Saxe, E. 1947. Education for public accountancy. The Accounting Review (January): 28-36. (JSTOR link).

Saxe, E. 1948. Some notes on the teaching of a course in estate and trust accounting. The Accounting Review (January): 93-96. (JSTOR link).

Scarlett. M. 2004. The Great Rip-Off In American Education: Undergraduates Undeserved. Amhest, New York: Prometheus Books.

Scarpati, S. 2008. How academics and practitioners can work together. CPA Journal 78(4): 28-29.

Scarpati, S. 2010. Developments in accounting education. The CPA Journal (July): 10-11.

Scarpati, S. 2011. Guidance for accounting professors. The CPA Journal (June): 14-15.

Scarpati, S. 2017. New York CPA mentors: There is more to education than 150 credits. The CPA Journal (September): 18-19.

Schaefer, J. 2007. Be a star CPE instructor. Journal of Accountancy (November): 64-67.

Schaefer, T. F. and J. S. Stevens. 2016. Using rubrics to assess accounting learning goal achievement. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 17-28.

Schattke, R. and L. McAllister. 1962. Large versus small classes in elementary accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 557-561. (JSTOR link).

Schein, E. H. 1967. Attitude change during management education. Administrative Science Quarterly 11(4): 601-628. (JSTOR link).

Schiff, J. B. and C. May. 1993. Finance training and development for the competitive edge. Management Accounting (April): 43-46.

Schiffel, L., K. A. Smith and D. L. Schroeder. 2011. IMA 2010 salary survey: How's that recovery workin' for you? Strategic Finance (June): 26-46. (Summary).

Schlauch, W. S. 1931. Content of a mathematics course for collegiate schools of business. The Accounting Review (March): 42-46. (JSTOR link).

Schmidt, L. A. 1928. The problem method in the beginning course. The Accounting Review (June): 184-188. (JSTOR link).

Schmidt, L. A. 1935. Teaching and testing the bookkeeping phase of elementary accounting. The Accounting Review (March): 8-11. (JSTOR link).

Schmidt, L. A. 1937. Testing the tests. The Accounting Review (September): 317-320. (JSTOR link).

Schmidt, L. A. 1949. A secondary use for the uniform achievement tests. The Accounting Review (January): 88-89. (JSTOR link).

Schmidt, L. A. 1950. Construction of objective examinations. The Accounting Review (January): 20-26. (JSTOR link).

Schmittlein, D. C. and D. G. Morrison. 1981. On individual-level inference in job duration research: A reexamination of the Wisconsin school superintendents study. Administrative Science Quarterly 26(1): 84-89. (JSTOR link).

Schnader, A. L., K. D. Westermann, D. H. Downey and J. C. Thibodeau. 2016. Training teacher-scholars: A mentorship program. Issues in Accounting Education
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Schneider, A. J. 1967. Flow-graph notation in accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 342-348. (JSTOR link).

Schonberger, R. J. 1972. The resources management movement (The coming death of production management education). The Academy of Management Journal 15(3): 382-385. (JSTOR link).

Schramm, C. J. 1975. Thompson's assessment of organizations: Universities and the AAUP salary grades. Administrative Science Quarterly 20(1): 87-96. (JSTOR link).

Schrieber, A. N. 1958. The theory and application of the management game approach to teaching business policy. The Journal of the Academy of Management 1(2): 51-57. (JSTOR link).

Schroeder, J. G. 1972. Systems and electronic data processing courses in the accounting curriculum. The Accounting Review (April): 387-389. (JSTOR link).

Schubert, E. C. 1961. Cross training for developing personnel. N.A.A. Bulletin (May): 92-93.

Schultz, J. J., editor. 1989. Reorienting Accounting Education: Reports on the Environment, Professoriate, and Curriculum of Accounting. Accounting Education Series (10). American Accounting Association.

Schwartz, S. T., E. E. Spires and R. A. Young. 2015. A teaching note on the tax benefits of retirement savings. Journal of Accounting Education 33(2): 164-181.

Scott, R. A. 1972. Integrating quantitative analysis into marketing courses. Decision Sciences 3(4): 125-128.

Scott, R. A. 1972. The study of partnership accounting through role playing. The Accounting Review (July): 610-612. (JSTOR link).

Scott, W. G. 1963. Executive development as an instrument of higher control. The Academy of Management Journal 6(3): 191-203. (JSTOR link).

Scovill, H. T. 1922. Accounting as a profession. Its scope in secondary schools. Journal of Accountancy (April): 259-268.

Scovill, H. T. 1934. The accounting instructor and local government accounting. The Accounting Review (March): 44-52. (JSTOR link).

Scovill, H. T. 1946. Education for public accounting on the collegiate level. The Accounting Review (July): 261-267. (JSTOR link).

Scovill, H. T. 1951. Analysis of a questionnaire sent to 1000 alumni of the University of Illinois, College of Commerce. The Accounting Review (April): 259-260. (JSTOR link).

Scurrah, M. J., M. Shani and C. Zipfel. 1971. Influence of internal and external change agents in a simulated educational organization. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(1): 113-120. (JSTOR link).

Seabury, P. 1965. Management perspective: From an academic bestiary. The Academy of Management Journal 8(1): 48-49. (JSTOR link).

Sebring, R. H. 1977. The five-million dollar misunderstanding: A perspective on state government-university interorganizational conflicts. Administrative Science Quarterly 22(3): 505-523. (JSTOR link).

Seda, M. and B. K. Peterson Kramer. 2008. The emergence of forensic accounting programs in higher education. Management Accounting Quarterly (Spring): 15-23.

Seda, M. and B. K. Peterson Kramer. 2014. An examination of the availability and composition of forensic accounting education in the United States and other countries. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 6(1): 1-46.

Seda, M. and B. K. Peterson Kramer. 2015. A comparison of U.S. forensic accounting programs with the National Institute of Justice funded model curriculum. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 7(2): 144-177.

Seelye, A. L. 1963. The role of business schools in a changing environment. The Accounting Review (April): 302-309. (JSTOR link).

Segal, M. A. 2012. Considerations in the classification of workers: Schramm decision addresses adjunct professors. The CPA Journal (February): 52-53.

Seidler, L. J. 1967. International accounting - The ultimate theory course. The Accounting Review (October): 775-781. (JSTOR link).

Seiler, R. E. and W. A. Label. 1974. Impact of curricular changes upon professional staff training efforts. The Accounting Review (October): 854-859. (JSTOR link).

Selden, P. 1984. Changing Practices in Faculty Evaluation. San Francisco. Jossey-Bass.

Sellers, R. D., T. J. Fogarty and L. M. Parker. 2016. How important is the educational capital of chief financial officers? An examination of educational credentials in the context of other attributes. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education (13): 1-19.

Sells, E. W. 1907. Accountancy education should be held to a uniform standard. Journal of Accountancy (January): 189-191.

Selto, F. H. 1987. Editorial: Education research section. The Accounting Review (April): 401. (JSTOR link).

Shani, A. B. and P. Docherty. 2003. Learning by Design: Building Sustainable Organizations (Management, Organizations, and Business Series). Blackwell Publishing.

Shankar, P. G. and J. L. Seow. 2010. The association between accounting students’ lone wolf tendencies and their perceptions, preferences and performance outcomes in team projects. Journal of Accounting Education 28(2): 75-84.

Shapiro, B. P. and M. Naughton. 2013. Toward an integrated vision of undergraduate liberal and accounting education in the public interest: The holistic development of persons and institutions. Accounting and the Public Interest (13): 14-38.

Sharman, P. A. 2003. The case for management accounting. Strategic Finance (October): 43-47. ("Academics and practitioners should be willing to step away from a system of constructs defined by financial reporting and move to establish a new set that is specific for management accountants where it's recognized that regulatory compliance is necessary but insufficient. .... It's now clear that depending on regulatory, external reporting; financial reporting; and external audits and auditors is insufficient. It's time to bring accountability to where it belongs - to managers supported by a cadre of professional management accountants." Sharman, P. A. 2003. Strategic Finance (October): 43-47).

Sharman, P. 2007. Rebalancing the accounting profession. Cost Management (January/February): 6-9.

Shaulis, L. L. 1930. Instruction in accounting for liberal education. The Accounting Review (September): 222-225. (JSTOR link).

Sheehan, N. T. and J. A. Schmidt. 2015. Preparing accounting students for ethical decision making: Developing individual codes of conduct based on personal values. Journal of Accounting Education 33(3): 183-197.

Sheffey, M. B. 1976. The amount of a charitable contribution of property: A decision-tree approach. The Accounting Review (July): 642-643. (JSTOR link).

Sheldahl, T. K. 1982. Beta Alpha Psi, from Alpha to Omega: Pursuing a Vision of Professional Education for Accountants 1919-1945. Garland.

Sheldahl, T. K. 1985. America's earliest recorded text in accounting: Sargeant's 1789 book. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(2): 1-42. (JSTOR link).

Sheldahl, T. K. 1986. Beta Alpha Psi, from Omega to Zeta Omega: The Making of a Comprehensive Accounting Fraternity, 1946-1984. Garland.

Shenkir, W. G. 1970. Media and accounting education. The Accounting Review (April): 347-350. (JSTOR link).

Shenkir, W. G. 1971. An exercise for use in discussing audit evidence. The Accounting Review (October): 799-801. (JSTOR link).

Shepherd, W. G. 1965. Operations research in education. Management Science (February): C13-C19. (JSTOR link).

Shipley, K. and R. Engle. 1982. We need more Ph.D.s in accounting. Management Accounting (November): 36-40.

Shirley, R. E. 1978. Measuring performance of a university accounting department. Management Accounting (December): 51-53.

Shivaswamy, M. K. and G. F. Hanks. 1986. Accounting education: How students view a career in management accounting. Management Accounting (November): 32-33.

Showalter, D. S. and J. Bodtke. 2017. How to effectively integrate professionally oriented faculty to achieve the department's mission. Issues in Accounting Education (May): 39-46.

Shuster, L. J. 1970. Mobility among business faculty. The Academy of Management Journal 13(3): 325-335. (JSTOR link).

Shute, G. E. 1979. Accounting Students and Abstract Reasoning. American Accounting Association.

Sidebotham, R. 1965. Comments on the teacher development report. The Accounting Review (October): 876-879. (JSTOR link).

Siegel, G. 1996. The Practice Analysis of Management Accounting. Montvale, N.J.: The Institute of Management Accountants.

Siegel, G. and C. S. Kulesza. 1995. Encouraging change in accounting education. Management Accounting (May): 19-23.

Siegel, G. and C. S. Kulesza. 1996. The coming changes in management accounting education. Management Accounting (January): 43-47.

Siegel, G. and J. E. Sorenson. 1999. Counting More, Counting Less: Transformations in the Management Accounting Profession. Montvale, N.J.: The Institute of Management Accountants.

Siegel, G., J. E. Sorensen, T. Klammer and S. B. Richtermeyer. 2010. The ongoing preparation gap in accounting education: A call to action. Management Accounting Quarterly (Spring): 41-52.

Siegel, G., J. E. Sorensen, T. Klammer and S. B. Richtermeyer. 2010. The ongoing preparation gap in management accounting education: A guide for change. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 29-39.

Simon, C. C. 2011. R.O.I.: Is graduate school worth the investment? The New York Times Education Life (July 24): 18-19. (Summary).

Simon, J. 2007. Concept mapping in a financial accounting theory course. Accounting Education: An International Journal (September).

Simon, W. 1996. The dumbing down of higher education. Wall Street Journal (March 19): A18.

Singer, F. A. 1956. Mixed meanings: An added responsibility for accounting teachers. The Accounting Review (October): 663-666. (JSTOR link)

Singer, F. A. 1962. Rationale for a course in quantitative methods. The Accounting Review (July): 554-556. (JSTOR link).

Singer, F. A. 1965. Progress in programmed instruction. The Accounting Review (October): 847-853. (JSTOR link).

Singer, F. A. 1966. A note on "Teaching approaches to elementary accounting". The Accounting Review (January): 133-134. (JSTOR link).

Singer, F. A. 1970. A system approach to teaching the accounting process. The Accounting Review (April): 351-364. (JSTOR link).

Singer, R. A. and T. Wiesner. 2013. The future of undergraduate accounting programs and curricular. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 22-31.

Singh, A., G. Mangalaraj and A. Taneja. 2014. Addressing business needs: A creative module for teaching data macros in an accounting information systems course. Journal of Accounting Education 32(1): 61-75.

Siriwardane, H. P., K. Y. Low and D. Blietz. 2015. Making entry-level accountants better communicators: A Singapore-based study of communication tasks, skills, and attributes. Journal of Accounting Education 33(4): 332-347.

Sisaye, S. 2012. An ecological approach for the integration of sustainability into the accounting education and professional practice. Advances in Management Accounting (20): 47-73.

Skinner, B. F. 1954. The science of learning and the art of teaching. Harvard Education Review (24 or 25): 86-97.

Skousen, C. R. and F. A. Condie. 1988. Evaluating a sports program: Goalpost vs. test tubes. Management Accounting (November): 43-49.

Slaton, W. H. 1955. Developing accountants for atomic energy. The Accounting Review (April): 252-256. (JSTOR link).

Sledgianowski, D., M. Gomaa and C. Tan. 2017. Toward integration of Big Data, technology and information systems competencies into the accounting curriculum. Journal of Accounting Education (38): 81-93.

Slocum, E. L. and A. R. Roberts. 1996. Warren W. Nissley: A crusader for collegiate education. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(1): 89-116. (JSTOR link).

Smith, A. L. 2016. Insider Secrets to College Classroom Success. Amazon Digital Services LLC.

Smith, C. A. 1945. Education for the professional accountant. The Accounting Review (January): 17-23. (JSTOR link).

Smith, C. A. 1948. Postgraduate curricula in accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 200-205. (JSTOR link).

Smith, C. A. 1956. The next step - A professional school of accounting. The Accounting Review (October): 565-572. (JSTOR link).

Smith, C. A. 1964. The internship in accounting education. The Accounting Review (October): 1024-1027. (JSTOR link).

Smith, C. A. 1974. Sixty Years of Accounting Education on the Forty acres 1912-1972. University Stores. (History of the University of Texas at Austin).

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