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Journal of Accounting Education 2017

Volume 38 - Volume 41

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. 2017. Accounting education literature review (2016). Journal of Accounting Education (39): 1-31.

Apostolou, B., J. W. Dorminey, J. M. Hassell and J. E. Rebele. 2017. Analysis of trends in the accounting education literature (1997-2016). Journal of Accounting Education (41): 1-4.

Bailey, C. D. 2017. Psychopathy and accounting students' attitudes towards unethical professional practices. Journal of Accounting Education (41): 15-32.

Burke, M. J., M. M. Burke and S. Gates. 2017. To amend or not to amend: A tax consulting case. Journal of Accounting Education (40): 55-62.

Churyk, N. T., D. Janvrin and M. W. Watson. 2017. Special issue on Big Data. Journal of Accounting Education (38): 1-2.

Enget, K., G. D. Soucedo and N. S. Wright. 2017. Mystery, Inc.: A Big Data case. Journal of Accounting Education (38): 9-22.

Fay, R. and E. M. Negangard. 2017. Manual journal entry testing: Data analytics and the risk of fraud. Journal of Accounting Education (38): 37-49.

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

Gross, A., J. Hemker, J. Hoelscher and B. Reed. 2017. The role of secondary sources on the taxation of digital currency (Bitcoin) before IRS guidance was issued. Journal of Accounting Education (39): 48-54.

Grossman, A. M. and L. R. Johnson. 2017. How employers perceive online accounting education: Evidence from Kentucky. Journal of Accounting Education (40): 19-31.

Hughes, S. B. 2017. Student-authored IFRS teaching cases based on European Securities and Markets Authority reports: Experiences from case writing and subsequent classroom use. Journal of Accounting Education (41): 58-74.

Janvrin, D. J. and M. W. Watson. 2017. "Big data": A new twist to accounting. Journal of Accounting Education (38): 3-8.

Kelly, P. and C. Rohland. 2017. The United States federal budget project. Journal of Accounting Education (41): 48-57.

Kokina, J., D. Pachamanova and A. Corbett. 2017. The role of data visualization and analytics in performance management: Guiding entrepreneurial growth decisions. Journal of Accounting Education (38): 50-62.

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.

McKinney, E. Jr., C. J. Yoos II and K. Snead. 2017. The need for 'skeptical' accountants in the era of Big Data. Journal of Accounting Education (38): 63-80.

Pincus, K. V., D. E. Stout, J. E. Sorensen, K. D. Stocks and R. A. Lawson. 2017. Forces of change in higher education and implications for the accounting academy. Journal of Accounting Education (40): 1-18.

Riggins, F. J. and B. K. Klamm. 2017. Data governance case at KrauseMcMahon LLP in an ear of self-service BI and Big Data. Journal of Accounting Education (38): 23-36.

Rossing, C. P., M. Cools and C. Rohde. 2017. International transfer pricing in multinational enterprises. Journal of Accounting Education (39): 55-67.

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.

Stuebs, M., S. M. Bryant, C. Edison and K. Reese. 2017. Brittney's Boutique: Tailoring a budget for function as well as fashion. Journal of Accounting Education (39): 32-47.

Zahller, K. A. 2017. Truffle in paradise: Job costing for a small business. Journal of Accounting Education (40): 32-42.

Zimmerman, A. B., T. J. Fogarty and G. A. Jonas. 2017. Is accounting an applied discipline? An institutional theory assessment of the value of faculty accounting-related work experience in the academic labor market. Journal of Accounting Education (41): 33-47.