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Accounting Education Issues Bibliography A-D

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AACSB International. 2003. Sustaining Scholarship in Business Schools. AACSB.

AACSB International. 2013 and 2016. 2012-2013 and 2015-2016 Salary Survey Reports: Executive Summary. AACSB. (Note).

Abdel-Khalik, A. R. 1976. An analysis of the attitudes of a sample of the AAA members toward The Accounting Review. The Accounting Review (July): 604-616. (JSTOR link).

Abraham, A. and H. Jones. 2016. Facilitating student learning in accounting through scaffolded assessment. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 29-49.

Abranovic, W., F. F. Newpeck and D. G. Frederick. 1974. APL as a computer language for teaching statistics. Decision Sciences 5(4): 669-676.

Accounting Education Change Commission.1990. Objectives of education for accountants: Position Statement Number One. Issues in Accounting Education (Fall): 307-312.

Accounting Education Change Commission. 1996. Position and Issues Statements of the Accounting Education Change Commission. Accounting Education Series (13). American Accounting Association.

Ackoff, R. L. 1968. Toward an idealized university. Management Science (December): B121-B131. (JSTOR link).

Ackoff, R. L. and D. Greenberg. 2008. Turning Learning Right Side Up: Putting Education Back on Track. Pearson Prentice Hall.

Addington, C. R. 1955. Governmental accounting in the undergraduate curriculum. The Accounting Review (April): 290-292. (JSTOR link).

Addington, C. R. 1957. The undergraduate course in income taxation for accounting majors. The Accounting Review (January): 93-94. (JSTOR link).

Addy, N., and C. Herring. 1996. Grade inflation effects of administrative policies. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 1-13.

Adelberg, A. H. and J. R. Razek. 1984. The cloze procedure: A methodology for determining the understandability of accounting textbooks. The Accounting Review (January): 109-122. (JSTOR link).

Administrative Science Quarterly. 1970. The Telltale. Administrative Science Quarterly 15(1): 114-118. (JSTOR link).

Ahadiat, N. 2008. In search of practice-based topics for management accounting education. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 42-54.

AIA and AAA Committees. 1955. Statement of standards and responsibilities under public accounting internship programs. The Accounting Review (April): 206-210. (JSTOR link).

Akers, M. D. and T. V. Eaton. 2009. An examination of whistleblowing policies and mechanisms at universities. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 1(1): 1-26.

Alavi, M., Y. Yoo, D. R. Vogel. 1997. Using information technology to add value to management education. The Academy of Management Journal 40(6): 1310-1333. (JSTOR link).

Albrecht, W. S. and R. J. Sack. 2000. Accounting Education: Charting the Course through a Perilous Future. Accounting education Series (16): American Accounting Association.

Alexion, J. C. 1977. Separate Schools of Accountancy: Are they necessary? Management Accounting (September): 11-13.

Alford, R. M., J. R. Strawser and R. H. Strawser. 1990. Does graduate education improve success in public accounting? Accounting Horizons (March): 69-76. (Survey).

Allen, A. and A. Woodland. 2010. Education requirements, audit fees, and audit quality. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 29(2): 1-25.

Allen, C. E. 1927. The growth of accounting instruction since 1900. The Accounting Review (June): 150-166. (JSTOR link).

Allen, R. W. 1968. Staffing practices and problems of business units in the California state college system. The Academy of Management Journal 11(1): 75-89. (JSTOR link).

Allyn, R. G. 1951. The study of philosophy as part of the accounting students' training. The Accounting Review (October): 576-579. (JSTOR link).

Allyn, R. G. 1958. The theory vs. practice gap in teaching accounting. N.A.A. Bulletin (August): 13-14.

Allyn, R. G. 1966. Accreditation of accounting curriculums. The Accounting Review (April): 303-311. (JSTOR link).

Amann, L. 2015. Nurturing student leaders while they have fun: Under the careful guidance of a faculty advisor, IMA student chapter members can develop and refine their leadership skills without even realizing it. Strategic Finance (August): 48-55.

American Accounting Association. 1936. A statement of objectives of the American Accounting Association. The Accounting Review (March): 1-4. (JSTOR link).

American Assembly of Collegiate School of Business. 1994. Achieving Quality and Continuous Improvement through Self-Evaluation and Peer Review. AACSB.

Amernic, J. and R. Craig. 2004. Reform of accounting education in the post-Enron era: Moving accounting 'out of the shadows'. Abacus 40(3): 342-378.

Amernic, J. and R. Elitzur. 1992. Using historical annual reports in teaching: Letting the past benefit the present. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(1): 29-50. (JSTOR link).

Amernic, J. H. and T. H. Beechy. 1984. Accounting students' performance and cognitive complexity: Some empirical evidence. The Accounting Review (April): 300-313. (JSTOR link).

Amory, R. Jr. 1951. Accounting instruction in law schools. The Accounting Review (January): 61-69. (JSTOR link).

Andersen, A. V. 1962. A defense of accounting education. The Accounting Review (October): 768-769. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, H. M. and F. B. Griffin. 1963. The accounting curriculum and postgraduate achievement. The Accounting Review (October): 813-818. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, H. M., B. A. Coda and J. W. Giese. 1972. An experiment with a one-semester introductory accounting course. The Accounting Review (January): 175-177. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, J. J. 1967. Integrated instruction in computers and accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 583-588. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, J. J. 1976. Computer-supported instruction in managerial accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 617-624. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, M. O. 2013. Building accounting students' communication skills. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 32-43.

Anderson, W. T. 1964. Large classes in elementary accounting. The Accounting Review (October): 1034-1036. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, W. T. 1966. Recruiting capable students to accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 331-333. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, W. T. and M. F. Usry. 1970. Use of theses and reports in master's degree programs. The Accounting Review (July): 579-584. (JSTOR link).

Andrews, F. M. 1964. Scientific performance as related to time spent on technical work, teaching, or administration. Administrative Science Quarterly 9(2): 182-193. (JSTOR link).

Andrews, W. T. 1974. Another improbable occurrence. The Accounting Review (April): 369-370. (JSTOR link).

Andrews, W. T. and P. B. McKenzie. 1978. Leading accounting departments revisited. The Accounting Review (January): 135-138. (JSTOR link).

Ankers, R. G. 1946. College education as a requirement for public accountants in New York State. The Accounting Review (October): 441-444.

Ankers, R. G. 1946. The question of staff training. The Accounting Review (January): 1-8.

Apostolou, B., J. W. Dorminey, J. M. Hassell and J. E. Rebele. 2015. Accounting education literature review (2013-2014). Journal of Accounting Education 33(2): 69-127.

Apostolou, B., J. W. Dorminey, J. M. Hassell and J. E. Rebele. 2016. Accounting education literature review (2015). Journal of Accounting Education (35): 20-55.

Apostolou, B., J. W. Dorminey, J. M. Hassell and J. E. Rebele. 2017. Accounting education literature review (2016). Journal of Accounting Education (39): 1-31.

Archer, G. S. H. and K. V. Peasnell. 1984. Debt finance and capital maintenance in current cost accounting. Abacus 20(2): 111-124.

Arens, A. A. and D. D. Ward. 1984. The use of a systems understanding aid in the accounting curriculum. The Accounting Review (January): 98-108. (JSTOR link).

Arens, A. A., R. G. May and G. Dominiak. 1970. A simulated case for audit education. The Accounting Review (July): 573-578. (JSTOR link).

Argyris, C. 1991. Teaching smart people how to learn. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 99-109.

Ariail, D. L. and D. L. Crumbley. 2016. Fraud triangle and ethical leadership perspectives on detecting and preventing academic research misconduct. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 8(3): 480-500.

Arnold, D. F. and T. J. Geiselhart. 1984. Practitioners' views on five-year educational requirements for CPAs. The Accounting Review (April): 314-324. (JSTOR link).

Arnold, J. L. 1992. Message from the managing editor. Accounting Horizons (March): 1-3. (Discussion of the four functions of the professoriate: 1) The scholarship of discovery, 2) the scholarship of integration, 3) the scholarship of application, and 4) the scholarship of teaching, and how recognition of the multiple levels of scholarship is to be applied in the editorial policy of Accounting Horizons. Based on Boyer, E. L. 1990. Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate. Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching).

Aronoff, C. 1975. The rise of the behavioral perspective in selected general management textbooks: An empirical investigation through content analysis. The Academy of Management Journal 18(4): 753-768. (JSTOR link).

Ashburne, J. G. 1955. Accounting training for non-accounting majors. The Accounting Review (January): 134-139. (JSTOR link).

Ashburne, J. G. 1958. The five-year professional accounting program. The Accounting Review (January): 106-110. (JSTOR link).

Ashton, R. H. 1984. Integrating research and teaching in auditing: Fifteen cases on judgment and decision making. The Accounting Review (January): 78-97. (JSTOR link).

Askins, B. E. 1970. Determining the effectiveness of programmed instruction - A training course example. The Accounting Review (January): 159-163. (JSTOR link).

Athanassiades, J. C. 1974. The basic management course: Its objectives, content, and instruction. The Academy of Management Journal 17(4): 775-781. (JSTOR link).

Atkins, P. M. 1928. University instruction in industrial cost accounting. The Accounting Review (December): 345-363. (JSTOR link).

Atkins, P. M. 1929. University instruction in industrial cost accounting. The Accounting Review (March): 23-32. (JSTOR link).

Avery, H. G. 1958. Formal accounting laboratory or not? The Accounting Review (April): 309-313. (JSTOR link).

Ayres, D., K. R. Brasel and J. Duncan. 2016. Making the jump from accounting practice to academia. The CPA Journal (August): 22-28.

Azim, A. N. and F. G. Boseman. 1975. An empirical assessment of Etzioni's topology of power and involvement within a university setting. The Academy of Management Journal 18(4): 680-689. (JSTOR link).

Bacas, P. E. 1939. Content of the auditing course. The Accounting Review (September): 263-266. (JSTOR link).

Bach, G. L. 1958. Some observations on the business school of tomorrow. Management Science (July): 351-364. (JSTOR link).

Bachrach, D. G., E. Bendoly, D. B. Ammeter, R. Blackburn, K. G. Brown, G. Burke, T. Callahan, K. Y. Chen, V. H. Day, A. E. Ellstrand, O. H. Erekson, J. A. Gomez, T. Greenlee, R. Handfield, M. L. Loudder, M. Malhotra, K. R. Petroni, A. Sevilla, S. Shafer, M. Shih and D. Voss. 2017. On academic rankings, unacceptable methods, and the social obligations of business schools. Decision Sciences 48(3): 561-585.

Backer, M. 1961. The quantitative data course in the executive development program. The Accounting Review (April): 217-221. (JSTOR link).

Backer, M. and P. E. Fertig. 1958. Statistical sampling and the accounting curriculum. The Accounting Review (July): 415-418. (JSTOR link).

Bailes, J. C. 1979. Lectures versus personalized instruction: An experimental study in elementary managerial accounting. The Accounting Review (January): 147-154. (JSTOR link).

Bailey, A. R. 1994. Accounting education: Gradual transition or paradigm shift. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 1-10.

Bailey, A. D. Jr. 2008. Forward - "Your intellectual property: Who owns it? Accounting Horizons (March): 47-48.

Bailey, J. A. 1995. Forming professional/educational partnerships. Management Accounting (May): 24-26.

Baily, H. H. 1931. First-year examinations. The Accounting Review (March): 57-61. (JSTOR link).

Bain, C. E., A. I. Blankley and L. M. Smith. 2002. An examination of topical coverage for the first accounting information systems course. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 143-164.

Baird, J. E., R. C. Zelin II and K. C. Olson. 2016. Occupational fraud: A comparison of perceptions of law enforcement majors, accounting majors, and other business majors. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 8(2): 275-287.

Baker, C. R. 1974. Some observations on student values and their implications for accounting education: A comment. The Accounting Review (July): 576-577. (JSTOR link).

Baker, C. R. 1976. An investigation of differences in values: Accounting majors vs. nonaccounting majors. The Accounting Review (October): 886-893. (JSTOR link).

Baladouni, V. 1968. Instructional objectives in accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 582-585. (JSTOR link).

Baldwin, A. A., C. E. Brown and B. S. Trinkle. 2010. Accountng doctoral programs: A multidimensional description. Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations. (11): 101-128. (Link).

Baldwin, B. A. 1980. On positioning the quiz: An empirical analysis. The Accounting Review (October): 664-671. (JSTOR link).

Baldwin, B. A. and K. R. Howe. 1982. Secondary-level study of accounting and subsequent performance in the first college course. The Accounting Review (July): 619-626. (JSTOR link).

Baldwin, R. 1956. A practitioner's plea for more training in written English. The Accounting Review (July): 358-362. (JSTOR link).

Baldwin, T. T., M. D. Bedell and J. L. Johnson. 1997. The social fabric of a team-based M.B.A. program: Network effects on student satisfaction and performance. The Academy of Management Journal 40(6): 1369-1397. (JSTOR link).

Ballas, A. and V. Theoharakis. 2003. Faculty perceptions of readership patterns of accounting journals: A global view. Contemporary Accounting Research (June).

Barhyte, D. Y. 1975. A critique of "Socialization in professional schools". Administrative Science Quarterly 20(4): 631-633. (JSTOR link).

Barish, N. N. 1949. Cost control for sponsored research in a university. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (February 1): 673-682.

Barker, R. F. and B. J. Landwehr. 1966. Quantitative techniques and the faculty. The Accounting Review (April): 338-340. (JSTOR link).

Barragato, C. A., J. Bastoli, J., S. B. Lilien, D. Lin, G. Victor, and S. Scarpati. 2008. Meeting of the minds. Dialogue between practitioners, educators, and regulators: Preparing future accounting professionals. Part 2 Panel discussion: How academics and practitioners can work together. The CPA Journal (April): 20-28.

Barrett, A. L. 1963. University governance: Some omitted aspects. The Academy of Management Journal 6(2): 170-172. (JSTOR link).

Barsky, N. P. and A. H. Catanach Jr. 2001. Perception is reality: Managing student and parental expectations is critical to increasing accounting enrollments. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 22-32.

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Basopidis, I. G. and P. A. de Lange. 2009. An assessment of the learning benefits of using a web-based learning environment when teaching accounting. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting 25(1): 13-19.

Bassler, L. E. and J. A. Litterer. 1959. Business games at the undergraduate level. The Journal of the Academy of Management 2(2): 127-133. (JSTOR link).

Bastable, C. W. Jr. 1955. A revised concept of inventories. The Accounting Review (January): 130-133. (JSTOR link). (Income statement versus balance sheet approach).

Basu, S. 2015. Is there a scientific basis for accounting? Implications for practice, research, and education. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 235-265.

Bates, H. L. and B. E. Waldrup. 2010. A reexamination of the deductibility of graduate business educational expenses. The CPA Journal (September): 34-37.

Battista, M. S. 1978. The effect of instructional technology and learner characteristics on cognitive achievement in college accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 477-485. (JSTOR link).

Bauer, R. D. M. 1942. Keeping the proper balance between practical and theoretical accounting training. The Accounting Review (July): 233-236. (JSTOR link).

Bay, M. W. 1953. An experience in teaching accountants' report writing by visual methods. The Accounting Review (January): 113-114. (JSTOR link).

Bazley, J. D. 1974. An algebraic aid in teaching the differences between direct costing and full-absorption costing models: A comment. The Accounting Review (October): 838. (JSTOR link).

Bazley, J. D. and L. A. Nikolai. 1975. A comparison of published accounting research and qualities of accounting faculty and doctoral programs. The Accounting Review (July): 605-610. (JSTOR link).

Beamer, G. C. and T. Rose. 1955. The use of the GATB and the AIA tests in predicting success in courses in accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 533-535. (JSTOR link).

Beams, F. A. 1969. EDP and the elementary accounting course. The Accounting Review (October): 832-836. (JSTOR link).

Beams, J. D. and J. W. Briggs. 2012. Tax planning for parents of college students. Journal of Accountancy (March): 50-54.

Bean, V. L. and W. G. Mister. 1978. A partner in residence program at the University of Colorado for national accountancy firms. The Accounting Review (January): 139-142. (JSTOR link).

Beatty, W. C. 1941. Accounting in the graduate program of the social-science student. The Accounting Review (June): 155-161. (JSTOR link).

Beaudoin, L. 2014. IMA's Higher Education Endorsement Program: Certifying quality. Strategic Finance (August): 54-57.

Becker, D. and S. Haugen. 2004. Wireless instruction: A new dimension in course delivery. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 41-46.

Bedford, N. M. 1963. The laws of learning and accounting instruction. The Accounting Review (April): 406-408. (JSTOR link). (Old laws: 1) Learning occurs through active practice, 2) People should not try tasks where they are unlikely to succeed, 3) Transfer or using of learned knowledge is to be expected only if the problems encountered are much like those on which the person was trained, 4) Knowledge that leads to a desired goal is easier taught than knowledge motivated only by direct incentives and compulsion. New laws: 1) The law of discovery and 2) The law of transfer. Claimed advantages of the discovery method include: a) It increases the intellectual capacity of the student, b) it shifts the rewards from extrinsic to intrinsic promoting an attitude for continuous life-long learning, and c) it conserves memory by causing the student to develop his or her own associations that are the basis for retrieval).

Bedford, N. M. 1997. A History of Accountancy at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Bedingfield, J. P. and S. E. Loeb. 1973. Attitudes of professors toward accounting ethics. The Accounting Review (July): 603-605. (JSTOR link).

Bednarcik, T. R. 2016. Exceptional students: Double the recognition. Strategic Finance (August): 60-61. (About the IMA Accounting Honor Society).

Beechy, T. H. and W. A. Bernath. 1971. The measurement of economic activity: An introductory accounting course. The Accounting Review (April): 385-387. (JSTOR link).

Beers, J. W. 1928. Training classes in the income tax unit. The Accounting Review (June): 177-183. (JSTOR link).

Beeson, L. J. 1975. An accounting internship program in industry. Management Accounting (March): 59-61.

Beights, D. M. 1954. The accounting curriculum. The Accounting Review (April): 219-223. (JSTOR link).

Belkaoui, A. 1975. Learning order and acceptance of accounting techniques. The Accounting Review (October): 897-899. (JSTOR link).

Belkaoui, A. 1977. The primacy-recency effect, ego involvement and the acceptance of accounting techniques. The Accounting Review (January): 252-256. (JSTOR link).

Bell, C. S. 1960. Wanted: Qualified accountants for the opportunities ahead. N.A.A. Bulletin -1960 Conference Proceedings I (July): 22-28.

Bell, E. C. 1974. A college of business administration as a production system. The Academy of Management Journal 17(2): 306-317. (JSTOR link).

Bell, H. E. 1968. Discussion of university cost structure and behavior: An empirical study. Journal of Accounting Research (Empirical Research in Accounting: Selected Studies): 156-159. (JSTOR link).

Bell, L. and R. B. Trueman. 2008. Virtual Worlds, Real Libraries: Librarians and Educators in Second Life and Other Multi-User Virtual Environments. Information Today, Inc.

Bell, P. W. 1987. Accounting as a discipline for study and practice: 1986. Contemporary Accounting Research 3(2): 338-367.

Belser, F. C. 1927. How the universities can aid the accounting profession. The Accounting Review (March): 37-42. (JSTOR link).

Benis, M., C. Brody and R. T. Johnson. 1976. Utilization of the small group approach to teaching intermediate accounting. The Accounting Review (October): 894-898. (JSTOR link).

Benjamin, J. J. and D. E. Ricketts. 1973. A profit planning project in the management accounting course. The Accounting Review (October): 794-797. (JSTOR link).

Benjamin, J. J. and V. C. Brenner. 1974. Perceptions of journal quality. The Accounting Review (April): 360-362. (JSTOR link).

Bennett, G. E. 1927. The administration of college courses in accounting. The Accounting Review (June): 182-188. (JSTOR link).

Bennett, R. J. 1912. Educational training of an accountant. Journal of Accountancy (March): 182-193.

Bennis, W. G. and J. O'Toole. 2005. How business schools lost their way: Too focused on "scientific" research, business schools are hiring professors with limited real-world experience and graduating students who are ill equipped to wrangle with complex, unquantifiable issues - in other words, the stuff of management. Harvard Business Review (May): 96-104. (Summary).

Bentz, W. F. 1975. Learning transfer in professional education and training for accounting. The Accounting Review (April): 370-379. (JSTOR link).

Berger, P. K. and A. J. Grimes. 1973. Cosmopolitan-local: A factor analysis of the construct. Administrative Science Quarterly 18(2): 223-235. (JSTOR link).

Bergeron, P. G. 2003. Finance: Essentials for the Successful Professional. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Bergner, J., J. J. Filzen and M. G. Simkin. 2016. Why use multiple choice questions with excess information? Journal of Accounting Education (34): 1-12.

Bergolofsky, H. 1968. A proposed revision of the accounting curriculum. The Accounting Review (October): 787-788. (JSTOR link).

Berheussen, B. A. 2014. Power to business professors: Automatic grading of problem-solving tasks in a spreadsheet. Journal of Accounting Education 32(1): 76-87.

Berinato, S. 2016. Visualizations that really work. Harvard Business Review (June): 92-100. (Summary).

Berkner, L. V. 1966. Management in the university. Management Science (June): C183-C191. (JSTOR link).

Bernthal, W. F. 1969. Sigma Iota Epsilon: The academy's student division: Opportunity and dilemma for the management professor. The Academy of Management Journal 12(3): 379-381. (JSTOR link).

Berry, S. E., H. J. Watson and W. T. Greenwood. 1978. A survey as to the content of the introductory POM course. The Academy of Management Journal 21(4): 699-714. (JSTOR link).

Bevis, D. J. 1958. Professional education for public accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 445-449. (JSTOR link).

Bexell, J. A. 1927. Accounting at "Erehwon". The Accounting Review (June): 172-174. (JSTOR link). (Erehwon spelled backwards is the location of the school - nowhere).

Beyer, B., D. Herrmann, G. K. Meek and E. T. Rapley. 2010. What it means to be an accounting professor: A concise career guide for doctoral students in accounting. Issues in Accounting Education (May): 227-244. (Summary).

Beyer, J. M. and T. M. Lodahl. 1976. A comparative study of patterns of influence in United States and English universities. Administrative Science Quarterly 21(1): 104-129. (JSTOR link).

Bidwell, C. E. and R. S. Vreeland. 1963. College education and moral orientations: An organizational approach. Administrative Science Quarterly 8(2): 166-191. (JSTOR link).

Birnberg, J. G. and R. Nath. 1967. Implications of behavioral science for managerial accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 468-479. (JSTOR link).

Bishop, C. C., D. M. Boyle, B. W. Carpenter and D. R. Hermanson. 2016. Transitioning into academia: A new pathway for practitioners.  Journal of Accountancy (March): 48-53.

Bishop, C. C., D. M. Boyle, R. R. Clune and D. R. Hermanson. 2012. A different model for doctoral education in accounting and auditing: Student and faculty reflections. Current Issues in Auditing 6(1): A1-A16. (Note).

Black, J. A. 1970. Design and implementation philosophy for quantitatively oriented undergraduate business programs. Decision Sciences 1(1-2): 211-219.

Black, M. L. , Jr. 1954. Student associate memberships. The Accounting Review (October): 691-692. (JSTOR link).

Blanchard, K. H. 1967. College boards of trustees: A need for directive leadership. The Academy of Management Journal 10(4): 409-417. (JSTOR link).

Blanchard, K. H. 1969. Comments on "College boards of trustees: A Need for directive leadership" - By Kenneth H. Blanchard: Reply to Hunt's comments. The Academy of Management Journal 12(1): 124-126. (JSTOR link).

Blasingame, J. W. 1977. Personalized systems of instruction in management - A replication. The Academy of Management Journal 20(3): 482-487. (JSTOR link).

Blay, A. D. and M. G. Fennema. 2017. Are accountants made or born? An analysis of self-selection into the accounting major and performance in accounting courses and on the CPA exam. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 33-50.

Blayton, J. B. 1935. Local business concerns as accounting laboratories. The Accounting Review (September): 294-295. (JSTOR link).

Blight, R. E. 1925. Cultural value of accountancy studies. Journal of Accountancy (May): 385-392.

Bline, D. M., S. Perreault and X. Zheng. 2016. Do accounting faculty characteristics impact CPA exam performance? An investigation of nearly 700,000 examinations. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 291-300.

Blocher, E. and J. C. Robertson. 1976. Bayesian sampling procedures for auditors: Computer-assisted instruction. The Accounting Review (April): 359-363. (JSTOR link).

Blocher, E. J. 2009. Teaching cost management: A strategic emphasis. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 1-12.

Bloom, B. 1944. Aptitude tests for accounting students. The Accounting Review (April): 131-134. (JSTOR link).

Bloom, B. S. (ed.) 1963. Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, Handbook I: Cognitive Domain. David McKay Company Inc. (For a discussion of of this handbook see Baladouni, V. 1968. Instructional objectives in accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 582-585. (JSTOR link).

Bloom, R. 2013. Perspectives on the Pathways Commission report. The CPA Journal (August): 10-14.

Bock, R. H. 1962. A new method for teaching linear programming. The Journal of the Academy of Management 5(1): 82-86. (JSTOR link).

Boddewyn, J. 1965. The comparative approach to the study of business administration. The Academy of Management Journal 8(4): 261-267. (JSTOR link).

Boedecker, K. A. 1951. The correlation of accounting instruction with instruction in other business fields. The Accounting Review (January): 70-76. (JSTOR link).

Boley, R. and P. Danos. 1978. The use of LEXIS in accounting pedagogy - Preliminary observations. The Accounting Review (July): 730-735. (JSTOR link).

Boley, R. and P. Danos. 1980. Awareness and usage of LEXIS by accounting educators: A survey. The Accounting Review (January): 102-106. (JSTOR link).

Bonk, C. and G. Smith. 1998. Alternative teaching and learning styles in the accounting curriculum. The Journal of Accounting Education (Spring): 261-293.

Bonner, P. 2010. New pathways to accounting excellence. Journal of Accountancy (October): 56-60. (Interview with Pathways Commission Chair Bruce Behn related to charting a national higher education strategy for the next generation of accountants).

Bonner, P. 2012. Bolstering the future of accounting education. Journal of Accountancy (October): 38-39.

Bonner, S. E. and P. L. Walker. 1994. The effects of instruction and experience on the acquisition of auditing knowledge. The Accounting Review (January): 157-178. (JSTOR link).

Booker, J. A. and J. K. Harris. 1980. A project to enrich the study of financial reporting. The Accounting Review (January): 107-110. (JSTOR link).

Bornemann, A. 1961. The development of the teaching of management in the school of business. The Journal of the Academy of Management 4(2): 129-136. (JSTOR link).

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