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  • Competence-based approaches to the assessment of professional accountancy training work experience requirements: the ICAS experience. 

    Gammie, Elizabeth Black Anderson; Joyce, Yvonne (Taylor & Francis http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09639280902719465, 2009-08)
    GAMMIE, E. and JOYCE, Y., 2009. Competence-based approaches to the assessment of professional accountancy training work experience requirements: the ICAS experience. Accounting Education, 18 (4 & 5), pp. 443-466.
    Most professional accountancy bodies’ qualification processes encompass three components: a prescribed programme of professional education, some form of work experience and a formal final examination to determine professional ...
  • Entry routes into Institute of Chartered Accountants on Scotland training: status versus sustainability. 

    Gammie, Elizabeth Black Anderson; Allison, Mark; Matson, Morag (Sage https://doi.org/10.1177/1032373217706774, 2017-06-02)
    GAMMIE, E., ALLISON, M. and MATSON, M. 2018. Entry routes into Institute of Chartered Accountants on Scotland training: status versus sustainability. Accounting history [online], 23(1/2), pages 14-43. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/1032373217706774/1032373217706774
    Education plays a pivotal role in establishing the elite status of a profession. This paper sets out to understand the role of social and political influences in the determination of entry routes to professional accounting ...
  • An investigation into the development of non-technical skills by undergraduate accounting programmes. 

    Douglas, Shonagh; Gammie, Elizabeth Black Anderson (Taylor and Francis https://doi.org/10.1080/09639284.2019.1605532, 2019-04-18)
    DOUGLAS, S. and GAMMIE, E. 2019. An investigation into the development of non-technical skills by undergraduate accounting programmes. Accounting education [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/09639284.2019.1605532
    Non-technical skills are essential for today’s professional accountant who operates in a dynamic socio-technical environment. Accounting degrees have continued to be criticised for failing to develop these skills to the ...
  • Women and the prospects for partnership in professional accountancy firms. 

    Whiting, Rosalind H.; Gammie, Elizabeth Black Anderson; Herbohn, Kathleen (Wiley. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/acfi.12066, 2015-06)
    WHITING, R. H., GAMMIE, E. and HERBOHN, K., 2015. Women and the prospects for partnership in professional accountancy firms. Accounting and Finance, 55 (2), pp. 575-605.
    This paper examines three possible reasons (stereotypical discrimination, structural obstacles and employee's preferences) for the lack of women partners in professional accountancy firms in Australia, UK and New Zealand. ...