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Journal of Accounting Education 2014

Volume 32(1) - Volume 32(4)

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

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Apostolou, B., J. W. Dorminey, J. M. Hassell and J. E. Rebele. 2014. A summary and analysis of education research in accounting information systems (AIS). Journal of Accounting Education 32(2): 99-112.

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.

Bradbard, D. A., C. Alvis and R. Morris. 2014. Spreadsheet usage by management accountants: An exploratory study. Journal of Accounting Education 32(4): 24-30.

Churyk, N. T. and R. Stenka. 2014. Accounting for complex investment transactions. Journal of Accounting Education 32(4): 58-70.

Daigle, R. J., D. C. Hayes and P. W. Morris. 2014. Dr. Phil and Montel help AIS students "Get real" with the fraud triangle. Journal of Accounting Education 32(2): 146-159.

Davis, L. R. and D. M. Matson. 2014. A river run between them: An instructional case in professional services provided by a CPA firm. Journal of Accounting Education 32(4): 49-57.

Eierle, B., H. Ojala and E. Penttinen. 2014. XBRL to enhance external financial reporting: Should we implement or not? Case Company X. Journal of Accounting Education 32(2): 160-170.

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

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

Hall, T. W., B. J. Pierce, P. L. Tunnell and L. M. Walther. 2014. Heterogeneous student perceptions of accounting course importance and their implications for SET reporting and use. Journal of Accounting Education 32(1): 1-15.

Holtzblatt, M. and N. Tschakert. 2014. Baker Hughes: Greasing the wheels in Kazakhstan (FCPA violations and implementation of a corporate ethics and anti-corruption compliance program). Journal of Accounting Education 32(1): 36-60.

Howieson, B., P. Hancock, N. Segl, M. Kavanagh, I. Tempone and J. Kent. 2014. Who should teach what? Australian perceptions of the roles of universities and practice in the education of professional accountants. Journal of Accounting Education 32(3): 259-275.

Humphrey, R. L. and D. F. Beard. 2014. Faculty perceptions of online homework software in accounting education. Journal of Accounting Education 32(3): 238-258.

Jackson, M. 2014. Accounting "Boot camp". Journal of Accounting Education 32(1): 88-97.

Janvrin, D. J., R. L. Raschke and W. N. Dilla. 2014. Making sense of complex data using interactive data visualization. Journal of Accounting Education 32(4): 31-48.

Jermakowicz, E. K., A. Reinstein and N. T. Churyk. 2014. IFRS framework-based case study: DaimlerChrysler - Adopting IFRS accounting policies. Journal of Accounting Education 32(3): 288-304.

Klamm, B. K. and J. R. Segovia. 2014. Creating financial statements using FRx within Microsoft Dynamics GP: Learning vs. teaching. Journal of Accounting Education 32(2): 171-184.

Lehmann, C. M. and C. D. Heagy. 2014. Organizing information into useful management reports: Short cases to illustrate reporting principles and coding. Journal of Accounting Education 32(2): 130-145.

Messier, W. F. Jr. 2014. An approach to learning risk-based auditing. Journal of Accounting Education 32(3): 276-287.

Meyer, M. J. and T. S. Meyer. 2014. Accounting case search: A web-based search tool for finding published accounting cases. Journal of Accounting Education 32(4): 16-23.

Muddle, P. A. and P. R. Sopariwala. 2014. U.S. Airways merger: A strategic variance analysis of changes in post-merger performance. Journal of Accounting Education 32(3): 305-322.

Ragland, L. and U. Ramachandran. 2014. Towards an understanding of Excel functional skills needed for a career in public accounting: Perceptions from public accountants and accounting students. Journal of Accounting Education 32(2): 113-129.

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.

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.

Van Rensburg, C. J., S. A. Coetzee and A. Schmulian. 2014. South African financial reporting students' reading comprehension of the IASB Conceptual Framework. Journal of Accounting Education 32(4): 1-15.

Wilkin, C. L. 2014. Enhancing the AIS curriculum: Integration of a research-led, problem-based learning task. Journal of Accounting Education 32(2): 185-199.