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Women and the prospects for partnership in professional accountancy firms.
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. ...
Competence-based approaches to the assessment of professional accountancy training work experience requirements: the ICAS experience.
(Taylor & Francis, 2009-08)
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.
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.
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-04-18)
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 ...