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Abdel-khalik, A. R. 1986. Computer held hostage, day 1001: A research story. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 207-229.

Abdolmohammadi, M. J. and C. R. Baker. 2007. The relationship between moral reasoning and plagiarism in accounting courses: A replication study. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 45-55.

Abdolmohammadi, M. J., K. Menon, T. W. Oliver and S. Umapathy. 1985. The role of the doctoral dissertation in accounting research centers. Issues In Accounting Education: 59-76.

Abraham, E., C. Loughrey and H. Whalen. 1987. Computerized practice set in introductory financial accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 1-12.

Accounting Education Change Commission. 1990. AECC urges priority for teaching in higher education. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 330-331.

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. 1991. AECC urges decoupling of academic studies and professional accounting examination preparation: Issues statement No. 2. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 313-314.

Accounting Education Change Commission. 1992. The first course in accounting: Position statement No. Two. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 249-251.

Accounting Education Change Commission. 1993. Improving the early employment experiences of Accountants: Issue statement No. 4. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 431-435.

Accounting Education Change Commission. 1993. Evaluating and rewarding effective teaching: Issues statement No. 5. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 436-439.

Ackert, L. F., B. K. Church and D. H. Turner. 2001. Experimental market behavior and accounting students' knowledge of permanent earnings. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 1-19.

Adams, S. J. 1997. Quality Dairy case. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 385-398.

Adams, S. J., L. J. Pryor and S. L. Adams. 1994. Attraction and retention of high-aptitude students in accounting: An exploratory longitudinal study. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 45-58.

Adams, S. J., R. B. Lea and M. Harston. 1999. Implementation of a serial-case pedagogy in the introductory managerial accounting course. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 641-656.

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

Agoglia, C. P., K. F. Brown and D. M. Hanno. 2003. Dickinson technologies, Inc.: Assessing control environment and fraud risk. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 71-78.

Ahadiat, N. and K. J. Smith. 1994. A factor-analytic investigation of employee selection factors of significance to recruiters of entry-level accountants. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 59-79.

Ainsworth, P. L. and D. R. Plumlee. 1993. Restructuring the accounting curriculum content sequence: The KSU experience. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 112-127.

Ajinkya, B., R. Aliase and L. S. Bamber. 1986. Absorption versus direct costing: Income reconciliation and cost-volume-profit analysis. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 268-281.

Akers, M. D., D. E. Giacomino and J. P. Trebby. 1997. Designing and implementing an accounting assessment program. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 259-280. (Survey).

Albrecht, W. D. 1995. A financial accounting and investment simulation game. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 127-141.

Albrecht, W. S., D. C. C.ark, J. M. Smith, K. D. Stocks and L. W. Woodfield. 1994. An accounting curriculum for the next century. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 401-425.

Alciatore, M. L. and P. Drake. 1996. Introductory financial accounting instructional case: Thomas Quinn Manufacturing: Venture capital funding for a high-tech start-up firm. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 377-391.

Alford, R. M., M. C. Porter and R. H. Strawser. 1985. Annual reports of departments of accounting. Issues In Accounting Education: 15-19.

Alford, R. M., T. M. DiMattia, N. T. Hill and K. T. Stevens. 2011. A series of revenue recognition research cases using the codification. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 609-618.

Allen, A. and A. M. Woodland. 2006. The 150-hour requirement and the number of CPA exam candidates , pass rates, and the number passing. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 173-193. (From errata, Issues In Accounting Education (February): 345. The number of CPA exam candidates and number passing the exam was incorrectly reported in Table 1. The number passing for 1992 is 35,083, and the number of candidates in 1993 and 2003 is 140,206 and 108,929 respectively).

Almer, E. D. 2007. AICPA work/life and women's initiatives 2004 research a decade of changes in the accounting profession: Workforce trends and human capital practices. Executive summary. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 59-66.

Almer, E. D. and L. E. Single. 2007. Shedding light on the AICPA work/life and women's initiatives research: What does it mean to educators and students? Issues In Accounting Education (February): 67-77.

Almer, E. D., K. Jones and C. L. Moeckel. 1998. The impact of one-minute papers on learning in an introductory accounting course. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 485-497.

Ameen, E. C., C. Jackson, W. R. Pasewark and J. R. Strawser. 1995. An empirical investigation of the antecedents and consequences of job insecurity on the turnover intentions of academic accountants. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 65-82.

Amernic, J. H. and S. W. G. Robb. 2003. "Quality of earnings" as a framing device and unifying theme in intermediate financial accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 1-21.

Ammons, J. L. and S. K. Mills. 2005. Course-embedded assessments for evaluating cross-functional integration and improving the teaching-learning process. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 1-19.

Anderson, S. E., L. C. Jones and T. N. Reed. 2012. Insurance fraud: Losses, liabilities, and September 11. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 1119-1130. (Instructional case).

Anderson, U., G. Marchant, J. Robinson and M. Schadewald. Selection of instructional strategies in the presence of related prior knowledge. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 41-58.

Anderson, U., R. G. May and C. A. Miles. 1988. Variables sampling software: Development and classroom testing. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 156-173.

Anderson, W. T. 1983. Highlights of my life and career. Issues In Accounting Education: 1-4.

Andrews, J. D. and B. P. Pytlik. 1983. Revision techniques for accountants: Means for more effective and efficient written communication. Issues In Accounting Education: 152-163.

Anthony, J. H. 2004. As easy as ABC. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 359-361. (A case about a retail appliance and electronics warehouse related to contingent liabilities etc.).

Apostolou, B. A. 1999. Outcomes assessment. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 177-197.

Arel, B. M., S. B. Hughes and J. F. Sander. 2011. The personal financial reporting project: A student-based comprehensive learning project. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 777-796.

Arens, A. A. and R. J. Elder. 2006. Perspectives on auditing education after Sarbanes-Oxley. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 345-362.

Ariail, D. L, J. Durden, M. Leathart and L. Chapman-Vasill. 2012. Avondale Estates: A case study in governmental accounting and auditing - A historical approach. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 419-440.

Armitage, H. M. and J. E. Boritz. 1986. Integrating computers into the accounting curriculum. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 86-101.

Arnold, V., J. C. Lampe and S. G. Sutton. 1997. Instructional case using the NAARS database: Resolving revenue recognition issues at Carefree Environments. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 99-111.

Arnold, V., P. McKenzie and S. G. Sutton. 1994. Instructional case: Arkansas Solar Heating Corporation. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 353-365.

Arya, A., J. C. Fellingham and D. A. Schroeder. 2000. Estimating transactions given balance sheets and an income statement. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 393-411.

Arya, A., J. C. Fellingham and D. A. Schroeder. 2003. An academic curriculum proposal. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 29-35.

Arya, A., J. C. Fellingham and J. C. Glover. 1998. Capital budgeting: Some exceptions to the net present value rule. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 499-508.

Arya, A., J. C. Fellingham and R. A. Young. 1996. On the role of historical cost reporting. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 15-22.

Asare, S. K. and A. M. Wright. 2007. Identifying and evaluating audit issues: The case of VITALOGISTICS. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 79-88.

Ashbaugh, H. and K. M. Johnstone. 2000. Developing student's technical knowledge and professional skills: A sequence of short cases in intermediate accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 67-88.

Ashbaugh, H., K. M. Johnstone and T. D. Warfield. 2002. Outcome assessment of a writing-skill improvement initiative: Results and methodological implications. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 123-148.

Ashton, A. H., R. H. Ashton and L. A. Maines. 1998. Instructional case: General Medical Center - Evaluation of diagnostic imaging equipment. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 985-1003.

Atiase, R. K., E. M. Bamber, L. S. Bamber and J. McCartney. 1989. Linear versus nonlinear cost-volume-profit analysis: A pedagogical note. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 438-453.

Ault, D. E. and M. R. Carver. 1987. The effect of pedagogical format on the performance of MBA students in graduate-level accounting courses. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 161-172.

Austen, L. A., J. T. Reisch and L. P. Seese. 2007. Actions speak louder than words: A case study on Mexican corporate governance. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 661-673.

Awasthi, V. N., C. W. Chow and A. Wu. 1997. Sensitizing accounting students to cultural diversity: Reporting on a teaching experiment. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 77-80.

Bagley, P. L. and N. L. Harp. 2012. Shoe Zoo, Inc.: A practice in electronic work papers, tick mark preparation, and client communication through the audit of property, plant, and equipment. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 1131-1151.

Bailey, A. D. Jr. 1995. The practicing professional's mental model: Are we creating the right mental models for new professionals? Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 191-195.

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

Bailey, A. R. and W. F. Bentz. 1991. Accounting accreditation: Change and transition. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 168-177.

Bailey, C. D., A. B. Collins, D. L. Collins and K. R. Lambert. 2009. An analysis of Southwest Airlines: Applying the Horngren, Datar, and Foster (2006) strategic profitability analysis approach. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 539-551.

Bain, C. E., A. I. Blankley and D. A. Forgione. 2001. The Methodist Hospital system: Tax exemption and charitable responsibilities of not-for-profit hospitals. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 67-97.

Baird, J. E., R. C. Zelin II and L. A. Ruggle. 1998. Experimental evidence on the benefits of using "writing to learn" activities in accounting courses. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 259-276.

Baker, R. E., J. R. Simon and F. P. Bazeli. 1986. Assessment of the learning style preferences of accounting majors. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 1-12. (These authors make a case for using multiple teaching/learning approaches based on Kolb's learning styles. Learning styles include: 1) concrete students who prefer learning from experience and find readings on theory of little value, 2) reflective observers who prefer lectures, 3) abstract students who prefer case studies and reading on theory, and 4) experimenters who dislike lectures and prefer small group discussion, projects and student feedback. Their conclusion is that no single method of teaching satisfies all students. Students with different learning styles need different approaches).

Balakrishnan, R. 1989. On the decomposition of direct material variances. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 193-202.

Balakrishnan, R. and G. B. Sprinkle. 2002. Integrating profit variance analysis and capacity costing to provide better managerial information. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 149-161.

Balakrishnan, R. and U. Bhattacharya. 1997. Ace Company (B): The option value of waiting and capital budgeting. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 399-411.

Baldwin, B. A. 1993. Teaching introductory financial accounting in mass-lecture sections: Longitudinal evidence. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 97-111.

Baldwin, B. A. and D. C. Kneer. 1986. EDP audit education and EDP auditor characteristics: Empirical data from practitioners and professors. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 153-167.

Ballou, B. and J. M. Mueller. 2005. Helecome Communications: Considering fraud risk on an engagement before and after analyzing a key business process. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 99-118.

Ballou, B. and W. R. Knechel. 2002. Ceskoslovenska Obchodni Banka, a.s.: Applying business risk audit techniques in an emerging market economy. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 289-331.

Ballou, B., N. H. Godwin and V. Tilbury. 2000. Riverfest: Managing risk and measuring performance at Little Rock's annual music and arts festival. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 483-512.

Ballwieser, W. 1996. Accounting treatments for goodwill and other intangible assets in Germany. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 479-481.

Ballwieser, W. 1996. Reply. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 497.

Bamber, E. M. and L. S. Bamber. 2006. Using 10-K reports brings management accounting to life. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 267-290. (The Bambers develop a series of mini-cases from 10Ks).

Bamber, L. S. amd K. E. Hughes II. 2001. Activity-based costing in the service sector: The Buckeye National Bank. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 381-408.

Barefield, R. M. 1991. A critical view of the AECC and the converging forces of change. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 305-312.

Barsky, N. P., A. H. Catanach Jr. and B. M. Kozlowski. 2003. Creating strategic responses to critical risks facing accounting education. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 445-462.

Barton, T. L., J. B. MacArthur and R. L. Moore. 2005. BuyGasCo Corporation: The use of alternative costing methods in a predatory pricing lawsuit. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 341-357.

Barton, T. L., W. G. Shenkir and B. C. Marinas. 1996. Instructional case: Main Line vs. Basinger: A case in relevant costs and incremental analysis. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 163-174.

Bass, G. M. Jr. and W. T. Geary, editors. 1996. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 239-243.

Bass, G. M. Jr. and W. T. Geary, editors. 1996. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 518-524.

Bass, G. M. Jr. and W. T. Geary, editors. 1997. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 248-252.

Bass, G. M. Jr. and W. T. Geary, editors. 1997. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 607-613.

Bass, G. M. and W. T. Geary, editors. 1998. Educational research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 244-248.

Bass, G. M. and W. T. Geary, editors. 1998. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 471-477.

Bass, G. M. and W. T. Geary, editors. 1998. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 784-788.

Bass, G. M. and W. T. Geary, editors. 1998. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 1115-1121.

Baxter, R. J. and J. C. Thibodeau. 2011. Does the use of intelligent learning and assessment software enhance the acquisition of financial accounting knowledge? Issues In Accounting Education (November): 647-656.

Bay, D. D. and R. R. Greenberg. 2001. The relationship of the DIT and behavior: A replication. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 367-380. (The Defining Issues Test based on Kohlberg's theory is used to assess the level of ethical development. This study replicates Ponemon's 1993 study indicating that subjects with low scores and those with high scores are more likely to behave unethically).

Beard, V. K. 1997. Performance appraisal of public accounting interns: A qualitative analysis of self-reported deficiencies. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 15-26.

Beaver, W. H. 1984. Incorporating research into the education process. Issues In Accounting Education: 33-38.

Beaver, W. H. 1992. Challenges in accounting education. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 135-144.

Becker, E. A. and K. J. Kim. 1988. Direct material variances: Review of the mix and yield variances. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 1-16.

Bedford, N., E. E. Bartholomew, C. A. Bowsher, A. L. Brown, S. Davidson, C. T. Horngren, H. C. Knortz, M. M. Piser, W. G. Shenkir, J. K. Simmons, E. L. Summers and J. T. Wheeler. 1986. Future accounting education: Preparing for the expanding profession. Committee on the Future Structure, Content, and Scope of Accounting Education. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 168-195.

Behn, B. K. 2012. Introduction: The Pathways commission on Accounting Higher Education: Charting a national strategy for the next generation of accountants. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 593.

Behn, B. K., G. A. Carnes, G. W. Krull Jr, K. D. Stocks and P. M. J. Reckers. 2008. Accounting Doctoral Education-2007 A Report of the Joint AAA/APLG/FSA Doctoral Education Committee. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 357-367.

Behn, B. K., W. F. Ezzell, L. A. Murphy, J. D. Rayburn, M. T. Stith and J. R. Strawser. 2012. The Pathways Commission on Accounting Education: Charting a national strategy for the next generation of accountants. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 595-600.

Belkaoui, A. 1986. Accounting students' need for achievement and career aspirations: An experiment. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 197-206.

BeMiller, S. M., R. Wirtz and D. L. Lindberg. 2009. Sky Scientific, Inc.: An auditing minefield. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 219-236.

Beneish, M. D. 1999. A note on Wiedman's (1999) instructional case: Detecting earnings manipulation. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 369-370.

Bergin, J. L. 1983. The effect of previous accounting study on student performance in the first college-level financial accounting course. Issues In Accounting Education: 19-28.

Berkman, H. and M. E. Bradbury. 1998. Instructional case: Evergreen Forests Limited. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 869-882.

Bernard, V. L. 1996. The demand for 150-hours: Let the market decide. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 207-209.

Bernard, V. L. 1996. Rebuttal. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 213.

Bernardi, R. A. 2004. Suggestions for providing legitimacy to ethics research. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 145-146.

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).

Bhamornsiri, S. and R. E. Guinn. 1991. The road to partnership in the "big six" firms: Implications of accounting education. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 9-24.

Bhattacharya, S. and W. Wasson. 1997. The implementation of a new financial applications system for the El Camino school district: A teaching case to expose students to the vagaries of software selection during new systems development projects. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 113-128.

Bierstaker, J. L., M. Howe and I. Seol. 2004. Accounting majors' perceptions regarding the 150-hour rule. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 211-227.

Bierstaker, J. L., T. F. Monahan and M. F. Peters. 2013. Going concern designation and GAAP versus non-GAAP earnings metrics. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 1-5.

Billiot, M. J., S. Glandon and R. McFerrin. 2004. Factors affecting the supply of accounting graduates. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 443-467.

Birkett, B. S. and J. Prather-Stewart. 1995. Enhancing students' "professional education" through the National Association of Black Accountants. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 159-171.

Birnberg, J. G. 2000. The role of behavioral research in management accounting education in the 21st century. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 713-728.

Bitner, L. N. 1991. A framework for teaching management accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 112-119.

Blacconiere, W. G. and P. E. Hopkins. 2002. General Electric: Investment accounting and consolidations. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 315-329.

Black, W. H. 2012. The activities of the Pathways Commission and the historical context for changes in accounting education. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 601-625.

Blanthorne, C., S. E. Kovar and D. G. Fisher. 2007. Accounting educators' opinions about ethics in the curriculum: An extensive view. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 355-390.

Bline, D. M. and C. P. Cullinan. 1995. Distribution to stockholders: Legal distinctions and accounting implications for classsroom discussion. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 307-316.

Bline, D. M. and T. D. Skekel. 1988. Effective classroom presentation of FAS 87 footnote reconciliation. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 215-227.

Blocher, E. J. 1997. In support of business leaders as deans. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 179-181.

Blocher, E. J. 1997. Rebuttal. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 185.

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

Blocher, E. J. and K. H. Chen. 2004. The Alltel Pavilion case: Strategy and CVP analysis. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 555-565.

Bloom, R. and W. J. Cenker. 2005. The importance of commitments: A case study of a broken promise. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 359-364.

Boatsman, J. R., V. B. Heiman-Hoffman, H. F. Mittelstaedt, G. W. Rankine, R. J. Sack, T. R. Weirich, R. S. Fell, J. L. Krogstad, S. J. Martin and M. S. Niles. 1998. Great expectations: A case prepared by the American Accounting Association's securities and exchange commission liaison committee. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 191-202.

Boer, G. 2000. Management accounting education: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 313-334.

Boer, G. B. and J. Livnat. 1990. Using expert systems to teach complex accounting issues. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 108-119.

Bonner, S. E. 1999. Choosing teaching methods based on learning objectives: An integrative framework. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 11-39. (The mapping of teaching methods to learning objectives provides two insights. A single method cannot create all the conditions needed for a given learning objective. Learning objectives involving complex skills require active learning methods, while learning objectives that involve simpler skills can be achieved with more passive methods).

Bonnier, C., F. Demerens, C. Hossfeld and A. Le Manh. 2013. A French experience of an IFRS transition. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 221-234.

Boockholdt, J. L. 2000. Comptronix, Inc.: An audit case involving fraud. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 105-128.

Boocock, J. G. and J. Whittaker. 1998. Instructional case: Fenland Electronics Ltd - A teaching case to help students develop financial, analytical and negotiating skills. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 883-904.

Booker, Q. 1991. A case study of the relationship between undergraduate black accounting majors' act scores and their intermediate accounting performance. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 66-73.

Boone, J. P. and T. L. Coe. 2002. The 150-hour requirement and changes in the supply of accounting undergraduates: Evidence from a quasi-experiment. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 253-268.

Borthick, A. F. and D. R. Jones. 2000. The motivation for collaborative discovery learning online and its application in an information systems assurance course. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 181-210.

Borthick, A. F. and J. E. Kiger. 2003. Designing audit procedures when evidence is electronic: The case of e-ticket travel revenue. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 275-290.

Borthick, A. F. and R. L. Clark. 1987. Improving accounting majors' writing quality: The role of language analysis in attention directing. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 13-27.

Borthick, A. F. and R. L. Clark. 1987. Research on computing in accounting education: Opportunities and impediments. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 173-192.

Borthick, A. F., G. P. Schneider and A. O. Vance. 2010. Preparing graphical representations of business processes and making inferences from them. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 569-582.

Borthick, A. F., G. P. Schneider and A. Vance. 2012. Using graphical representations of business processes in evaluating internal control. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 123-140.

Bowen, R. M. and J. S. Wallace. 1999. Interior Systems, Inc.: The decision to adopt EVA®. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 517-541.

Boyer, E. L. 1992. Scholarship reconsidered: Priorities of the professoriate. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 87-91.

Boylan, S. J. 2000. Using experimental asset markets to illustrate the value of auditing. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 43-65.

Boylan, S. J. 2004. A classroom experiment on the benefit of auditing in financial markets. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 189-209.

Boylan, S. J. 2008. A classroom exercise on unconscious bias in financial reporting and auditing. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 229-245.

Brackney, K. S. and W. A. Collins. 1995. Instructional case: Ryder System, Inc.: Reporting the results of operations. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 351-375.

Bradford, M., J. A. Samuels and R. E. Wood. 2008. Beta Auto Dealers: Integrating disparate data to solve management problems. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 309-326.

Branson, B. C. and D. P. Pagach. 1998. Instructional case: Understanding innovative financial instruments. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 203-210.

Brasel, K. and B. Hentz. 2006. Increasing accessibility to academic publications in accounting education: A database for research and teaching. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 411-416. (This Iowa State University database contains papers from five accounting education journals. The database is in Microsoft 2000 Access format. AEAJ Database).

Braun, K. W. and R. D. Sellers. 2012. Using a "daily motivational quiz" to increase student preparation, attendance, and participation. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 267-279.

Braun, R. L. and H. L. Stallworth. 2009. If you need love, get a puppy: A case study on professional skepticism and auditor independence. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 237-252.

Brazelton, J. K. 1998. Implications for women in accounting: Some preliminary evidence regarding gender communication. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 509-530.

Brewer, P. C. 2000. An approach to organizing a management accounting curriculum. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 211-235.

Brewer, P. C. and D. E. Stout. 2012. Responding to the leadership needs of the accounting profession: A module for developing a leadership mindset in accounting students. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 525-554.

Brewer, P. C., P. E. Juras and E. R. Brownlee II. 2003. Global Electronics, Inc.: ABC implementation and change management process. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 49-69.

Brewer, P. C., R. J. Campbell and R. H. McClure. 2000. Wilson Electronics (A) and (B): An ABC capstone experience. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 413-458.

Brickner, D. R., L. S. Mahoney and S. J. Moore. 2010. Providing an applied-learning exercise in teaching fraud detection: A case of academic partnering with IRS criminal investigation. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 695-708.

Brightman, H. J. 2006. Mentoring faculty to improve teaching and student learning. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 127-146.

Brill, R. J. 1983. Analyzing transactions and the statement of changes in financial position: Model. Issues In Accounting Education: 90-94.

Brown, J. F. Jr. and T. E. Balke. 1983. Accounting curriculum comparison by degree program of schools intending to seek AACSB accreditation. Issues In Accounting Education: 50-59.

Brown, L. D., R. J. Huefner and J. Weintrop. 1988. Financial data bases in accounting doctoral programs. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 228-240.

Brown, P. R. and C. P. Stickney. 1992. Instructional case: Tanaguchi Corporation. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 57-79.

Bryan, B. J. and L. M. Smith. 1997. Faculty perspectives of auditing topics. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 1-14. (Survey).

Bryant, S. M. and J. Hunton. 2000. The use of technology in the delivery of instruction: Implications for accounting educators and educational researchers. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 129-162.

Bryant, S. M. and S. M. Albring. 2006. Effective team building: Guidance for accounting educators. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 241-265.

Bryant, S. M., J. B. Kahle and B. A. Schafer. 2005. Distance education: A review of the contemporary literature. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 255-272.

Bublitz, B. and R. Kee. 1984. Measures of research productivity. Issues In Accounting Education: 39-60.

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Elam, R. 1996. Reply. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 211-212.

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Evans, E. 2011. Edwards, J. R. and S. P. Walker ( eds.) 2009. The Routledge Companion to Accounting History. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 884-885. (Book review - " There are seven parts in the book, with each part approaching a theme that is either an established or emerging topic of accounting history research. Overall, there are 28 chapters and 37 authors, a veritable Who’s Who of accounting history researchers whose interests are as diverse as historiography; mechanization and computerization; management accounting theory and practice; education; scandals; indigenous peoples and colonialism; and, finally, the military.").

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Fessler, N. J. 2011. Dr. Livingroom, I presume. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 807-814. (" This case places students in the context of personal negotiations with a health care provider regarding the price of offered services. This short but rich case is intended to be administered and discussed in a single hour-and-fifteen-minute class session, and enables instruction and discussion on important accounting concepts such as relevance, opportunity cost, breakeven, pricing, and fairness-in a personal-services setting").

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Fisher, J. 1993. Instructional case: Traditional industries. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 169-186.

Fleak, S. K., K. E. Harrison and L. A. Turner. 2010. Sunshine Center: An instructional case evaluating internal controls in a small organization. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 709-720.

Fleming, A. S., T. A. Pearson, R. A. Riley Jr. 2008. West Virginia University: Forensic accounting and fraud investigation (FAFI). Issues In Accounting Education (November): 573-580.

Fleming, D. M., R. N. Romanus and S. M. Lightner. 2009. The effect of professional context on accounting students' moral reasoning. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 13-30.

Flesher, D. L. 2011. Hammond, T. A. 2002. A White-Collar Profession: African American Certified Public Accountants Since 1921. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 885-886. (Book review).

Fogarty , T. J. and C. Liao . 2009. Blessed are the gatekeepers: A longitudinal study of the editorial boards of The Accounting Review. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 299-318.

Fogarty, T. J. and G. Markarian. 2007. An empirical assessment of the rise and fall of accounting as an academic discipline. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 137-161.

Fogarty, T. J. and J. M. Ruhl. 1997. Institutional antecedents of accounting faculty research productivity: A LISREL study of the "best and brightest". Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 27-48.

Fordham, D. R. 1996. Freeing class time: Empirical evidence on the benefits of using out-of-class video segments in lieu of in-class reviews. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 37-48.

Fordham, D. R. and D. C. Hayes. 2009. Worth repeating: Paper color may have an effect on student performance. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 187-194.

Forsyth, T. B. and M. T. Dugan. 2006. Inconsistencies in U.S. GAAP: Accounting for executory contracts. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 291-295.

Foster, T. W. III and E. A. Scribner. 1998. Accounting for stock dividends and stock splits: Corrections to textbook coverage. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 1-13.

Frakes, A. H. 1983. Emphasizing financial accounting theory in intermediate accounting. Issues In Accounting Education: 104-114.

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Frederickson, J. R. and J. Pratt. 1995. A model of the accounting education process. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 229-246.

Friedlan, J. M. 1995. The effects of different teaching approaches on students' perceptions of the skills needed for success in accounting courses and by practicing accountants. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 47-63.

Frischmann, P. J. 1996. Real time classroom tax planning using experimental markets. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 281-296.

Frischmann, P. J. and T. D. Warfield. 1999. Multiple motivations and effects: The case of trust preferred stock. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 269-284.

Frucot, V. G., L. G. Jordan and M. I. Lebow. 2004. A & B Companies: Impairment of goodwill. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 369-376.

Fuglister, J. and R. J. Murdock. 1988. Use of the computer in preparation of multiple choice examinations: A multiple form generating program. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 174-180.

Fuglister, J., D. Meeting and E. Rozen. 1989. Instructional case: The qualitative characteristics of accounting information and SFAS No. 96. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 425-437.

Fulmer, W. E. and B. R. Cargile. 1987. Ethical perceptions of accounting students: Does exposure to a code of professional ethics help? Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 207-219.

Gaa, J. C. and L. Thorne. 2004. An introduction to the special issue on professionalism and ethics in accounting education. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 1-6.

Gabbin, A. L. and L. I. Wood. 2008. An experimental study of accounting majors' academic achievement using cooperative learning groups. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 391-404.

Gaffney, M. A. and B. N. Schwartz. 1988. Honors programs in accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 79-87.

Gamble, G. O. and B. O'Doherty. 1985. Citation indexing and its uses in accounting: An awareness survey and departmental ranking. Issues In Accounting Education: 28-40.

Garner, R. M. and R. F. Dombrowski. 1997. Recruiting the "best and the brightest": The role of university accounting programs and state CPA societies. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 299-314. (Two surveys).

Gary, R. F., C. A. Denison and M. L. Bouillon. 2011. Can obtaining an accounting Ph.D. provide a positive financial return? Issues In Accounting Education (February): 23-38. (Summary).

Gaumnitz, B. R. 1994. Instructional case: Corporate takeover. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 366-384.

Gaumnitz, C. B. 1997. Instructional case: Foreign Subsidiary: Conversion to U.S. GAAP, translation to U.S. dollars and consolidation. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 141-160.

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Geary, W. T. and C. J. Rooney. 1993. Designing accounting education to achieve balanced intellectual development. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 60-70.

Geiger, M. A. and E. A. Cooper. 1996. Using expectancy theory to assess student motivation. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 113-129.

Geiger, M. A., E. A. Cooper, I. Hussain, B. T. O'Connell, J. Power, K. Raghunandan, D. V. Rama and G. Sanchez. 1998. Using expectancy theory to assess student motivation: An international replication. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 139-156.

Gelinas, U. J. Jr., E. S. Levy and J. C. Thibodeau. 2001. Norwood Office Supplies, Inc.: A teaching case to integrate computer-assisted auditing techniques into the auditing course. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 603-636.

Giacomino, D. E. and M. D. Akers. 1998. An examination of the differences between personal values and value types of female and male accounting and nonaccounting majors. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 565-584.

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Glover, S. M., D. F. Prawitt and D. A. Wood. 2006. Publication records of faculty promoted at the top 75 accounting research programs. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 195-218.

Glover, S. M., D. F. Prawitt, S. L. Summers and D. A. Wood. 2012. Publication benchmarking data based on faculty promoted at the top 75 U.S. accounting research institutions. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 647-670.

Gobeil, J. and F. Phillips. 2001. Relating case presentation style and level of student knowledge to fact acquisition and application in accounting case analyses. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 205-222.

Goosen, K. R. and J. Kusel. 1985. Integrating microcomputer use into an information systems course. Issues In Accounting Education: 77-86.

Gordon, I. M. 1998. Enhancing students' knowledge of social responsibility accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 31-46.

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Gore, R. A. and P. J. Herz. 2010. Snowy Ridge Ski Resort: Fair value measurement and the impairment of long-term assets. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 59-70.

Gosman, M. L. and T. Kelly. 2002. Big customers and their suppliers: A case examining changes in business relationships and their financial effects. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 41-56.

Govindarajan, V. and J. K. Shank. 1989. Profit variance analysis: A strategic focus. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 396-410.

Gow, L., D. Kember and B. Cooper. 1994. The teaching context and approaches to study of accounting students. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 118-130.

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Gramling, A. A., J. W. Schatzberg and W. A. Wallace. 1996. The role of undergraduate auditing coursework in reducing the expectations gap. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 131-161.

Gramling, L. J. and A. J. Rosman. 2009. The ongoing debate about the impact of the 150-hour education requirement on the supply of certified public accountants. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 465-479.

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Greenawalt, M. B. and D. V. Saftner. 1991. Patterns of accounting faculty mobility. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 25-40.

Greenberg, P. S. 1992. The use of meta-analysis techniques in developing dissertation proposals: Guidelines to aid supervising faculty. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 145-163.

Greenberg, P. S. 1996. Using a systems perspective in cost/management accounting to teach learning and thinking skills. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 297-313.

Greenberg, R. K. and N. A. Wilner. 2011. Teaching inventory accounting: A simple learning strategy to achieve student understanding. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 835-844.

Griffin, R. B. and S. C. Dawkins. 1986. Current trends in intermediate accounting course content. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 238-248.

Grinnell, D. J. and H. G. Hunt III. 2000. Development of an integrated course in accounting: A focus on environmental issues. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 19-42.

Groomer, S. M. and J. A. Heintz. 1994. A survey of advanced auditing courses in the United States and Canada. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 96-108.

Guinn, R. E. 1988. The use of microcomputers in the first auditing course. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 88-95.

Gujarathi, M. R. 2007. GlaxoSmithKline Plc.: International transfer pricing and taxation. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 749-759.

Gujarathi, M. R. 2008. Sachiko Corporation: A case in international financial statement analysis. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 77-101.

Gujarathi, M. R. 2012. Max-Value Stores, Inc.: Financial reporting of gift cards. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 783-798.

Gujarathi, M. R. 2012. Super Electronics, Inc.: Financial reporting of sales incentives and vendor allowances using FASB codification. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 461-474.

Gujarathi, M. R. and M. Kohlbeck. 2007. Reliance Corporation: Inventory write-downs and reversals. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 503-514.

Gujarathi, M. R. and R. J. McQuade. 2003. Sun Airlines, Inc.: Financial reporting of point and loyalty programs. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 359-368.

Gujarathi, M. R. and R. J. McQuade. 2009. Amazing Deals Auto Mart: Financial reporting and analysis of receivables and securitization. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 77-91. (Case study).

Gujarathi, M. R. and V. Govindarajan. 2007. Falcon, Inc.: Performance evaluation of foreign subsidiaries. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 233-245.

Hagerman, R. L. and C. H. Hagerman. 1989. Research promotion standards at selected accounting programs. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 265-279.

Haka, S. F., B. A. Lamberton and H. M. Sollenberger. 1994. International subsidiary performance evaluation: The case of the Ameripill Company. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 168-190.

Halabi, A. K., J. E. Tuovinen and A. A. Farley. 2005. Empirical evidence on the relative efficiency of worked examples versus problem-solving exercises in accounting principles instruction. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 21-32.

Halsey, R. F. 2001. Using the residual-income stock price valuation model to teach and learn ratio analysis. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 257-272.

Hammond, T. D. 1995. Some considerations in attracting and retaining African-American doctoral candidates in accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 143-158.

Hanno, D. M. 1999. Energizing your teaching: Developing a community of learning. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 323-335.

Hanson, E. and F. Phillips. 2006. Teaching financial accounting with analogies: Improving initial comprehension and enhancing subsequent learning. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 1-14.

Hardin, J. R. and M. H. Stocks. 1995. The effect of AACSB accreditation on the recruitment of entry-level accountants. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 83-95.

Hartley, R. V. 1987. Cost prediction and allocation: An incident process case. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 141-151.

Hartley, R. V. 1990. Teaching capital budgeting with variable reinvestment rates. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 268-280.

Harwood, E. M. and J. R. Cohen. 1999. Classroom assessment: Educational and research opportunities. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 691-724.

Haskins, M. E. and R. P. Crum. 1985. Cost allocations: A classroom role-play in managerial behavior and accounting choices. Issues In Accounting Education: 109-130.

Hasselback, J. R. and A. Reinstein. 1995. A proposal for measuring scholarly productivity of accounting faculty. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 269-306.

Haverty, J. L. 2007. China Eastern Airlines: People's Republic of China accounting standards, international financial reporting standards, or U.S. generally accepted accounting principles? Issues In Accounting Education (November): 685-708.

Haywood, M. E., D. A. McMullen and D. E. Wygal. 2004. Using games to enhance student understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 85-99.

Heagy, C. D. and P. L. McMickle. 1988. An empirical investigation of the accounting systems course: Academic practice versus practitioner needs. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 96-107.

Heitger, L. E. and D. L. Heitger. 2008. Incorporating forensic accounting and litigation advisory services into the classroom. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 561-572.

Helleloid, R. T. 1989. Providing answers to self-study questions: An experimental investigation of possible effects. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 94-108.

Helmi, M. A. 1986. Integrating the microcomputer into accounting education - approaches and pitfalls. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 102-111.

Henry, E. and Y. Yang. 2007. Making the right comparisons: Novartis AG. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 721-733.

Henry, E., S. W. Lin and Y. Yang. 2007. Weak signal: Evidence of IFRS and U.S. GAAP convergence from Nokia's 20-F reconciliations. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 709-720.

Henry, L. J., M. E. Bitter ad T. Kubichan. 2010. The Violet Bay School District Deficit of 2005: Evaluating internal control and identifying risks. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 119-153.

Hermanson, D. R. 1994. The effect of self-generated elaboration on students' recall of tax and accounting material: Further evidence. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 301-318.

Hermanson, D. R. 2008. What I have learned so far: Observations on managing an academic accounting career. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 53-66.

Hermanson, D. R., H. M. Hermanson and R. G. Alsup. 1998. The accounting component of executive M.B.A. programs. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 801-814. (Survey).

Herring, H. C. III. and C. D. Izard. 1992. Outcomes assessment of accounting majors. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 1-17.

Herring, H. C. III., J. H. Scheiner and J. R. Williams. 1989. The development of education research in accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 48-57.

Hertenstein, J. H. 2000. Component Technologies, Inc.: Adding FlexConnex capacity. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 257-282.

Hicks, D. W. and F. M. Richardson. 1984. Predicting early success in intermediate accounting: The influence of entry examination and GPA. Issues In Accounting Education: 61-67.

Higgs, J. L. and J. T. Reisch. 2002. Testing NCAA compliance at Southeastern State University: A case study. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 95-100.

Higley, W. M. and R. E. Baker. 1987. A comparative analysis of professional education and licensure preparation. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 220-236. (Survey).

Hill, M. C. 1998. Class size and student performance in introductory accounting courses: Further evidence. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 47-64.

Hill, N. T., S. E. Perry and D. M. Stein. 1998. Using accounting student surveys in an outcomes assessment program. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 65-78.

Hiltebeitel, K. M. and S. K. Jones. 1991. Initial evidence on the impact of integrating ethics into accounting education. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 262-275.

Hiltner, A. A. 1983. Statistical sampling in auditing: A simulation. Issues In Accounting Education: 115-122.

Hilton, S. and F. Phillips. 2010. Instructor-assigned and student-selected groups: A view from inside. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 15-33.

Hilton, S. R. and N. Johnstone. 2013. The IFRS transition and accounting education: A Canadian perspective post-transition. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 253-261.

Hite, P. A. 1996. An experimental study of the effectiveness of group exams in an individual income tax class. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 61-75.

Hoffjan, A. 2005. Calvados - A business game for your cost accounting course. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 63-80.

Hogan, T. J., J. L. Bierstaker and W. E. Seltz. 2001. Laborers Local 829 health and welfare plan: Testing investments and receivables. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 637-662.

Holder-Webb, L. and M. Kohlbeck. 2006. The hole in the doughnut: Accounting for acquired intangibles at Krispy Kreme. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 297-312.

Holland, R. G. and C. E. Arrington. 1987. Issues influencing the decisions of accounting faculty to relocate. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 57-71.

Holt, D. L., S. C. Michael and J. T. Godfrey. 1997. The case against cooperative learning. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 191-193.

Holt, D. L., S. C. Michael, P. J. Crawford and J. T. Godfrey. 1997. Rebuttal. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 197-198.

Hooper, P. and J. Page. 1986. Measuring teaching effectiveness by student evaluation. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 56-64.

Hornik, S. and S. Thronburg. 2010. Really engaging accounting: Second LifeTM as a learning platform. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 361-378.

Hoshower, L. B. 1989. A comparison of accounting faculty views on the five-year educational requirement for CPAs. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 293-308.

Houston, R. W. and T. P. Howard. 2000. The UniCast Company: A case illustrating internal auditor involvement in consulting. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 635-655.

Howard, J. A. and B. H. Lubich. 2003. Comment on "The five-year program debate continues: An updated analysis of the supply of and demand for master's degrees in accounting". Issues In Accounting Education (November): 409-415.

Howard, T. P. 2002. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 113.

Howard, T. P. 2002. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 223.

Howard, T. P. 2002. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 345.

Howard, T. P. 2002. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 465.

Howard, T. P. 2003. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 115.

Howard, T. P. 2003. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 231.

Howard, T. P. 2003. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 325.

Howard, T. P. 2003. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 471.

Howard, T. P. 2004. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 157.

Howard, T. P. 2004. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 267.

Howard, T. P. 2004. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 387.

Hughes, P. A. 2013. Sunshine Daycare Center: Growing a business to profitability. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 323-335.

Hughes, S. B., C. Beaudoin and R. R. Boedeker. 2013. Good intentions at Good Grains, Inc. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 15-25.

Hulen, M. and W. Kenny. 1988. Taxation of a visiting professorship after tax reform. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 255-269.

Hunt, S. C., T. V. Eaton and A. Reinstein. 2009. Accounting faculty job search in a seller's market. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 157-185.

Hurtt, R. K. and C. W. Thomas. 2008. Implementing a required ethics class for students in accounting: The Texas experience. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 31-51.

Hussein, M. E. A. and K. Tam. 2004. Pilgrims Manufacturing, Inc.: Activity-based costing versus volume-based costing. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 539-553.

Hwang, N. R., G. Lui and M. Y. J. W. Tong. 2005. An empirical test of cooperative learning in a passive learning environment. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 151-165.

Hwang, N. R., G. Lui and M. Y. J. W. Tong. 2008. Cooperative learning in a passive learning environment: A. replication and extension. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 67-75.

Ijiri, Y. 1983. New dimensions in accounting education: Computers and algorithms. Issues In Accounting Education: 168-173.

Ijiri, Y. 1988. Accounting matrices and three-dimensional arrays. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 270-285.

Imhoff, E. A. Jr. 1988. Planning academic accounting careers. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 286-301.

Ingram, R. W. 1987. Editor's comments. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): iii. (See below).

Understanding Research Literature
10 common phrases and there meanings
From Ingram's comments in Issues in Accounting Education Spring 1987

If the author writes.. The meaning is ...
1) It has long been known that I haven't bothered to look up the original reference, but
2) Of great theoretical and practical importance It is interesting to me that
3)While it has not been possible to provide definite
answers to these questions
The experiment didn't work, but I figured I would try to get a publication out of it anyway
4) Three of the samples were chosen for detailed study The results of the others didn't make sense
5) It is suggested that; it is believed that; it may be that I think
6) It is generally believed that A couple of other guys think so too
7) It is clear that much additional work will be required
before
I don't understand it
8) A theory to account for these results has not been
formulated
Nobody else understands it either
9) Correct within an order of magnitude Wrong
10) Thanks are due to X for assistance with the experiments
and to Y for valuable discussion
X did the work and Y explained what it meant

Ingram, R. W. 1988. Issues in Accounting Education at age six. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): v.

Ingram, R. W. 1998. A note on teaching debits and credits in elementary accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 411-415.

Ingram, R. W. and T. P. Howard. 1998. The association between course objectives and grading methods in introductory accounting courses. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 815-832. (Survey).

Ingram, R. W., W. C. Parsons and W. A. Robbins. 1998. Instructional case: Oak City's cost allocation and determination. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 157-171.

Inman, G. C., A. Wenzler and P. Wickert. 1989. Square pegs in round holes: Are accounting students well-suited to today's accounting profession? Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 29-47.

Ivancevich, S. H. and G. W. Joseph. 2001. Zacha Technology Corporation: Internal control assurance service reporting issues in an e-commerce environment. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 473-507.

Jackling, B. 2013. Introduction to the special section on IFRS: Implications for accounting education. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 207-208.

Jackling, B. 2013. Global adoption of international financial reporting standards: Implications for accounting education. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 209-220.

Jackling, B., P. A. de Lange and R. Natoli. 2013. Transitioning to IFRS in Australian classrooms: Impact on teaching approaches. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 263-275.

Jacobs, F. A. and H. C. Herring III. 1987. Salary compression in the academic marketplace: Some empirical evidence. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 237-250.

Janvrin, D. J. 2008. Detecting spreadsheet errors: An education case. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 435-454.

Janvrin , D. J., R. F. Gary and A. M. Clem. 2009. College student perceptions of AICPA and state association accounting career information websites. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 377-392.

Jeffery, C. 1993. Ethical development of accounting students, non-accounting business students, and liberal arts students. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 86-96.

Jelinek, K. 2012. Deviance at RKGA LLP. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 475-491.

Jenkins, R. L. and M. A. Rubin. 2011. Interview. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 751-757. (Related to the first accounting course).

Jenne, S. E. 1999. Famous Presidents Savings: Client acceptance and retention. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 657-674.

Jennings, J. P. and E. G. Henry. 1999. An instructional case in the ethics of accounting disclosures: Springfield Medical Center. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 55-73.

Jennings, M. M. 2004. Incorporating ethics and professionalism into accounting education and research: A discussion of the voids and advocacy for training in seminal works in business ethics. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 7-26.

Jennings, R. and R. B. Thompson II. 1996. Accounting for intangibles in the United States. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 491-495.

Jennings, R. and R. B. Thompson II. 1996. Reply. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 503.

Jennings, R. G. 1998. Concepts before rules: A new approach to intermediate accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 833-850.

Jensen, D. L. 1989. Opportunities for accounting education research. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 245-246.

Jensen, D. L. 1989. Report of the editor. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 496-499.

Jensen, D. L. 1989. Sources of interdisciplinary support for accounting education research. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 494-495.

Jensen, D. L. 1990. Crisis in instructional materials. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 172-174.

Jensen, D. L. 1990. Report of the editor. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 360-364.

Jensen, D. J. 1991. Report of the editor. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 361-364.

Jervis, K. J. and C. A. Hartley. 2005. Learning to design and teach an accounting capstone. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 311-339.

Johnson, B. G. and E. Slayter. 2012. Impact of structure of early practice on student performance in transaction analysis. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 101-112.

Johnson, C. and M. Kelley. 1998. Productivity and competence: Post-tenure review in American universities. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 747-759.

Johnson, E. N., J. Baird, P. Caster, W. N. Dilla, C. E. Earley and T. J. Louwers. 2003. 2000-2001 Auditing Section Education Committee. Challenges to audit education for the 21st century: A survey of curricula, course content, and delivery methods. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 241-263.

Johnstone, K. M. and S. R. Muzatko. 2002. Resolving difficult accounting issues: A case study in client-auditor interaction. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 27-39.

Jones, A. III. and C. S. Norman. 2006. Decision making in a public accounting firm: An instructional case in risk evaluation, client continuance, and auditor independence within the context of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 431-447.

Jones, J. P. and K. T. Fields. 2001. The role of supplemental instruction in the first accounting course. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 531-547.

Jones, S. H. and M. E. Wright. 2010. The effects of a hypertext learning aid and cognitive style on performance in advanced financial accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 35-58.

Joseph, G. W., R. M. Keith and D. R. Ellis. 1996. Understanding your privileges and responsibilities under the copyright law. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 77-81.

Kachelmeier, S. J., J. D. Jones and J. A. Keller. 1992. Evaluating the effectiveness of a computer-intensive learning aid for teaching pension accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 164-178.

Kaciuba, G. and G. H. Siegel. 2009. Activity-based management in a medical practice: A case study emphasizing the AICPA's core competencies. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 553-577.

Kamp, B. 2002. Earnings quality assessment by a sell-side financial analysis. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 361-368.

Kanter, H. A. and M. K. Pitman. 1987. An auditing curriculum for the future. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 251-263.

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Pearson, T. A. and T. W. Singleton. 2008. Fraud and forensic accounting in the digital environment. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 545-559.

Peasnell, K. V. 1996. A U.K. perspective on accounting for goodwill and other intangibles. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 487-489.

Peasnell, K. V. 1996. Reply. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 501.

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Peterson, B. K. and T. H. Gibson. 1999. Fraud detection and investigation: Microcomputer Consulting Services. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 99-115.

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Phillips, F. 1998. Accounting students' beliefs about knowledge: Associating performance with underlying belief dimensions. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 113-126.

Phillips, F. 2001. A research note on accounting students' epistemological beliefs, study strategies, and unstructured problem-solving performance. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 21-39.

Phillips, F. and B. G. Johnson. 2011. Online homework versus intelligent tutoring systems: Pedagogical support for transaction analysis and recording. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 87-97.

Phillips, F. and D. Kalesnikoff. 2006. Q-Dots Incorporated: Assurance for a nanotechnology buyout. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 147-155.

Phillips, F. and G. Vaidyanathan. 2004. Should case material precede or follow lectures? Issues In Accounting Education (August): 305-319.

Phillips, F. and L. Heiser. 2011. A field experiment examining the effects of accounting equation emphasis and transaction scope on students learning to journalize. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 681-699.

Phillips, F. and P. E. Hopkins. 1997. Instructional case: Upper Plains Auto Rentals. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 81-98.

Phillips, F. and R. D. Martin. 1998. Instructional case: Northern Frontier Park. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 1005-1018.

Phillips, F., K. Morris and K. Zvinakis. 2000. Baywatch International: A case linking financial-reporting, business, and user decisions. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 605-633.

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Pillsbury, C. M. 1993. Systems softball: An interactive, group game for teaching internal control evaluation. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 128-138.

Pincus, K. V. 1997. Is teaching debits and credits essential in elementary accounting? Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 575-579.

Pincus, K. V. 1997. Reply. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 585.

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Pincus, M. 1997. Erratum instructional case: The British Petroleum Company. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 171-172.

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Plumlee, R. D., S. J. Kachelmeier, S. A. Madeo, J. H. Pratt and G. Krull. 2006. Assessing the shortage of accounting faculty. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 113-125.

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Ponemon, L. and A. Glazer. 1990. Accounting education and ethical development: The influence of liberal learning on students and alumni in accounting practice. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 195-208.

Ponemon, L. A. 1998. Arguments against the CPA exam to gauge accounting program success. Issues In Accounting Education (May):.421-424.

Ponemon, L. A. 1998. Rebuttal. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 427-428.

Porter, B. A. and S. A. Carr. 1999. From strategic plan to practical realities: Developing and implementing a zero-based accounting curriculum. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 565-588.

Porter, J. C. 2012. How adjusting entries affect the quality of financial reporting: The case of Frosty Co. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 493-524.

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Price, R. A. 1997. The FASB project on present value-based measurements: An educator's perspective from participation in an FASB roundtable discussion. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 215-218.

Price, R. A. III. 2013. Cash flows at Amazon.com. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 353-374.

Quinn, J. D. and K. J. Smith. 2000. The Ridgely House venture: Triple net commercial lease/purchase case. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 459-481.

Radtke, R. R. 2004. Exposing accounting students to multiple factors affecting ethical decision making. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 73-84.

Ragothaman, S. C., W. Wilcox and T. L. Davies. 2003. Garbage In, Garbage Out Waste Disposal Incorporated: An audit case. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 307-316.

Rama, D. V., K. Raghunandan, L. B. Logan and B. V. Barkman. 1997. Gender differences in publications by promoted faculty. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 353-365.

Rama, D. V., S. Ravenscroft, S. K. Wolcott and E. Zlotkowski. 2000. Service-learning outcomes: Guidelines for educators and researchers. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 657-692.

Ramamoorti, S. 2008. The psychology and sociology of fraud: Integrating the behavioral sciences component into fraud and forensic accounting curricula. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 521-533.

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Rankine, G. and E. K. Stice. 1994. Using articles from the popular press in the introductory accounting course. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 142-150.

Ravenscroft, S. P. 1997. In support of cooperative learning. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 187-190.

Ravenscroft, S. P. 1997. Reply. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 195-196.

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2004. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 583.

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2005. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 135.

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2005. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 223.

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2005. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 303.

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2006. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 471.

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2006. From the editor's desk. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 15. (Comment on the two papers by Cohen and Holder-Webb, and Reckers).

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2006. From the editor's desk. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 111. (Comment on two papers related to the faculty's future in the academy by Plumlee, Kachelmeier, Madeo, Pratt and Krull, and developing faculty teaching skills by Brightman).

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2007. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 129.

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2007. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 347.

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2007. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 541.

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2007. From the editor's desk. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 57. (Comment on the Almer and Single paper).

Ravenscroft, S. P. 2007. From the editor's desk. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 163. (Comment on Wyhe's paper related to the accountants' struggle for status).

Ravenscroft, S. P. and S. C. Kattelus. 1998. Compass State University Foundation: Managerial accounting issues in a nonprofit entity. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 629-653.

Ravenscroft, S. P., F. A. Buckless, G. B. McCombs and G. J. Zuckerman. 1995. Incentives in student team learning: An experiment in cooperative group learning. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 97-109.

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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).

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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.

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Reisch, J. T. and L. P. Seese. 2005. Compliance with Title IX at Kingston State University: A case study on cost allocation and ethical decision making. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 81-97.

Rhoades-Catanach, S. C. 2003. Dot.com or Dot-bomb? The unpleasant tax surprise of stock options in a volatile market. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 385-395.

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Ricci, P., L. J. Hanquille and G. A. Jarrell. 1993. Valuing American Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 139-168.

Richardson, R. C. 2004. Thinking outside of the box (of wine, that is): An exercise in independence. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 363-367. (Related to auditor independence).

Richardson, R. C. and T. J. Louwers. 2010. Using computerized audit software to learn statistical sampling: An instructional resource. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 553-567.

Riordan, D. A. and M. P. Riordan. 2009. IRB creep: Federal regulations protecting human research subjects and increasing instructors' responsibilities. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 31-43.

Rittenberg, L. E. 1998. Hiring faculty: The "best fit" or "best athlete". Issues In Accounting Education (August): 717-719.

Rittenberg, L. E. 1998. Reply. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 725-726.

Roberts, A. A. and V. L. Valentina. 2012. One laptop per child: The $100 challenge. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 799-817.

Robinson, J. 1988. Tax court attendance: A learning tool in advanced tax classes. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 402-408.

Robinson, L. E. 1984. Accounting theory: Undergraduate coverage of the FASB conceptual framework. Issues In Accounting Education: 144-148.

Robinson, L. E. and L. A. Robinson. 1986. Purchase discounts reconsidered. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 249-260.

Robinson, R. K. and R. L. Fink. 1991. Governing excessive absences in the classroom: Policy considerations and instructor prerogatives. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 300-304.

Robison, J. 1991. The taxpayer interview as a classroom exercise. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 120-125.

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.

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Ruhl, J. M. and J. G. Kreuze. 1997. Startup, Inc.: Linking financial accounting, managerial accounting and strategic management. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 435-456.

Ruhl, J. M. and L. Wilson. 2008. Bak Funeral Home. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 481-492.

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Sakurai, H. 1996. A Japanese perspective on accounting for goodwill and intangibles. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 483-486.

Sakurai, H. 1996. Reply. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 499.

Samson, W. D. 1998. Instructional resource: Using tax history to teach the concepts of tax planning. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 655-692.

Samson, W. D., D. L. Flesher and G. J. Previts. 2003. Quality of earnings: The case of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad in the 19th century. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 335-357.

Samson, W. D., D. L. Flesher and G. J. Previts. 2006. Corporate governance and external and internal controls: The case of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Circa 1831. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 45-62.

Sanders , D. E. and V. F. Willis. 2009. Setting the P.A.C.E. for student success in intermediate accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 319-337.

Sangster, A. and A. Lymer. 1998. How to survive a new educational era. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 1095-1109.

Sangster, A., G. N. Stoner and P. A. McCarthy. 2007. Lessons for the classroom from Luca Pacioli. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 447-457.

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Schadewald, M. and S. Limberg. 1990. Instructor-provided versus student-generated explanations of tax rules: Effect on recall. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 30-40.

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Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller, eds. 1989. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 242-244.

Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller, eds. 1989. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 490-493.

Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller, eds. 1990. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 168-171.

Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller, eds. 1990. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 356-359.

Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller eds. 1991. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 163-167.

Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller eds. 1991. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 356-360.

Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller, eds. 1992. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 125-128.

Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller, eds. 1992. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 273-277.

Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller, eds. 1993. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 209-214.

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Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller, eds. 1994. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 213-215.

Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller, eds. 1994. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 442-444.

Scheiner, J. H. and M. G. Tiller, eds. 1995. Education research abstracts. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 220-223.

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Schick, A. G. 1998. Should undergraduate education in accounting be evaluated, in part, based on graduates' performance on the CPA examination? Issues In Accounting Education (May): 417-420.

Schick, A. G. 1998. Reply. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 425-426.

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Schmutte, J. 1987. The socialization effect of the on-campus recruiting phase of the placement process. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 292-312. (Survey).

Schroeder, N. W. 1986. Previous accounting education and college-level accounting exam performance. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 37-47.

Schroeder, N. W. and D. V. Safner. 1989. Accounting faculty promotion at quality institutions. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 252-264.

Schultz, J. J. Jr. 1989. The Bedford Committee Report: Prospects for implementation. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 218-221.

Schultz, J. J. Jr., J. A. Meade and I. Khurana. 1989. The changing roles of teaching, research, and service in the promotion and tenure decisions for accounting faculty. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 109-119.

Schwartz, B. N. and D. E. Stout. 1987. A comparison of practitioner and educator opinions on tax education requirements for undergraduate accounting majors. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 112-126.

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Scott, M. R., M. F. Tassin Jr. and C. L. Posey. 1998. A discriminant analysis profile of the early development of professional accounting capabilities. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 341-356.

Scribner, E. 1990. A glimpse into an accounting department in the year 2000. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 143-145.

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Sennetti, J. T. and M. A. Dittenhofer. 1997. Changing the accounting curricula: Which colleges and universities will accrue the higher economic costs? Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 49-60. (Survey).

Sergenian, G. K. and L. W. Pant. 1998. Increasing students' professionalism: A career project for accounting majors. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 429-442.

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Shaftel, J. and T. L. Shaftel. 2007. Educational assessment and the AACSB. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 215-232.

Shenkir, W. G. 1997. Are deans selected from academia preferable to deans selected from the nonacademic community? The pro position. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 175-177.

Shenkir, W. G. 1997. Reply. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 183.

Shoulders, C. D. and S. A. Hicks. 2008. ADEPT learning cycles enhance intermediate accounting student learning success. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 161-182.

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Siegel, G. 1983. National study of professional accounting education: Initial results on department/professional school differences. Issues In Accounting Education: 9-18.

Siegel, P. H. 1987. Auditor performance and educational preparation: An analysis. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 127-140.

Siegel, P. H. and J. T. Rigsby. 1988. The relationship of accounting internships and subsequent professional performance. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 423-432.

Sinning, K. E. and J. J. Dykxhoorn. 2001. Processes implemented for AACSB accounting accreditation and the degree of faculty involvement. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 181-204. (Survey).

Smith, K. J. 1995. Instructional case: Gray Research, Inc. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 403-439.

Smith, K. J. 2003. Developing, marketing, distributing, and supporting an activity-based costing decision support system for Schrader Bellows. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 175-189.

Smith, K. J. and J. J. DeRidder. 1997. The selection process for accounting textbooks: General criteria and publisher incentives - A survey. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 367-384.

Smith, K. J. and W. A. Wallace. 1997. Instructional case: Chrysler's historical compensation and governance arrangements. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 457-495.

Smith, P. A. 2001. Understanding self-regulated learning and its implications for accounting educators and researchers. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 663-700.

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Sonnier, B. M. 2010. Utopia Home Health, Inc.: A case study on C corporation taxation from cradle to grave. Issues In Accounting Education (November): 755-774.

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Springer, C. W. and A. F. Borthick. 2007. Improving performance in accounting: Evidence for insisting on cognitive conflict tasks. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 1-19.

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St. Pierre, K. 2007. Editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (November): i.

St. Pierre, K. 2007. Incoming editor's report. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 542.

St. Pierre, K., R. M. S. Wilson, S. P. Ravenscroft and J. E. Rebele. 2009. The role of accounting education research in our discipline - An editorial. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 123-130.

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Stanga, K. G. and R. R. Ladd. 1990. Oral communication apprehension in beginning accounting majors: An exploratory study. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 180-194. (The authors administered the personal report of communication apprehension (See PRCA) to 845 students enrolled in 18 sections of introductory accounting. The paper includes a discussion of the results and three techniques for reducing communication apprehension: 1) Systematic desensitization, 2) Cognitive restructuring, and (3 Assertiveness training. Systematic desensitization involves learning "how to reach a state of deep muscle relaxation in the presence of a progressive hierarchy of anxiety producing stimuli". Cognitive restructuring "makes people more aware of their negative self-thoughts and teaches them to think more positively about themselves". Assertiveness training involves improving a persons ability to communicate the full range of their thoughts and emotions with confidence and skill. A Google search of the term "communication apprehension" generates an enormous number of web related materials on this topic).

Staubus, G. J. 1993. The case of the almost identical twins. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 187-190.

Steinbart, P. J. 1989. A comparison of computer-administered and paper questionnares: Effects on student evaluations of teaching effectiveness. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 120-125.

Sterling, R. R. 1989. Teaching the correspondence concept. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 82-93.

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Stone, M. S. and K. R. Ferris. 1990. Instructional case: Bethlehem Steel's pension fund disclosures. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 88-107.

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