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Accounting Education


The official educational journal of the IAAER. Accounting Education publishes material related to the business of the IAAER in line with its primary mission of seeking to enhance the educational base of accounting practice. 

Taylor & Francis are proud to announce the alliance between Accounting Education: an international journal and the International Association for Accounting Education and Research (IAAER). The partnership between the journal and the association became effective on January 1, 2005. 

The collaboration between the journal and the association brings about the following:

  • Accounting Education: an international journal has become the official education journal of the IAAER under the continuing editorship of Professor Richard M S Wilson.
  • The journal publishes material related to the business of the IAAER in line with its primary mission of seeking to enhance the educational base of accounting practice.
  • Professor Gary L. Sundem is the Editorial Consultant to the journal with  three IAAER-designated Editorial Advisors.
  • A personal subscription rate to AE Volume 18 (2009 - five issues) is £32/US$55 and is available to all members of the IAAER.
  • Visit Taylor & Francis Online for subscription information.

Read more information on the journal.

In 2008, Accounting Education: an international journal published a themed issue dedicated to the interface between Academic Education and Professional Training for Accountants.


Tables of Content

AUGUST 2010VOLUME 19, NUMBER 4
JUNE 2010VOLUME 19, NUMBER 3
FEBRUARY - APRIL 2010VOLUME 19, NUMBER 1 & 2
SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2009VOLUME 18, NUMBER 4 & 5
JUNE 2009VOLUME 18, NUMBER 3
APRIL 2009VOLUME 18, NUMBER 2: Teaching Resources
FEBRUARY 2009VOLUME 18, NUMBER 1
DECEMBER 2008VOLUME 17, NUMBER 4: Teaching Resources
SEPTEMBER 2008VOLUME 17, NUMBER 3

Call For Papers: Audit Education

Accounting Education: an international journal invites submissions for a themed issue on the topic of audit education. Submissions should be original work which combines in some manner audit or assurance and education or training. The editors are open to quality research in any paradigm including, for example, field or experimental investigations, archival or survey research, interpretive or critical studies and case study research. Click the link above for more information.


BRITISH ACCOUNTING & FINANCE  ASSOCIATION’S SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP ON  ACCOUNTING EDUCATION
ANNUAL BEST PAPER PRIZE  2010

The British Accounting & Finance Association’s Special Interest Group (BAFA-SIG) on Accounting Education offers an annual prize for the best paper published in each volume of Accounting Education: an international journal.

The criteria for the award of this prize include:

  • a focus on enhancing the educational base of accounting practice;
  • a transferable message which goes beyond national or institutional boundaries;
  • empirical content.

The prize is awarded on the basis of recommendations from members of the Editorial Review Board of Accounting Education: an international journal. The outcome this year was conspicuously clear-cut and it is my pleasure to announce that the winners for 2010 (AE Volume 19) are: 

       Satoshi Sugahara  (Hiroshima-Shudo University, Japan)

                  and

       Gregory Boland  (University of Canberra, Australia)

 

for their paper “The Role of Cultural Factors in the Learning Style Preferences of Accounting Students: A Comparative Study between Japan and Australia” which appeared in Accounting Education: an international journal, Volume 19,Number 3, June 2010, pp 235-255.

Congratulations to the worthy winners!

Richard M S Wilson
Editor
Accounting Education: an international journal

(The official education journal of the IAAER)


AE/IAAER OUTSTANDING REVIEWER AWARDS 2009

In 2007 it was agreed by the Executive Committee of the International Association for Accounting Education and Research, and the Editorial Group of Accounting Education: an international journal, that up to three awards would be made each year to reviewers whose contributions in the year were deemed outstanding. The aim is to recognise the valuable contribution which AE’s reviewers make via their encouragement of excellence in the scholarship of accounting education.

Each of AE’s Associate Editors and Guest Editors was invited to nominate one reviewer (using a set of specific criteria), with IAAER’s Editorial Consultant (Professor Gary L Sundem) and AE’s Editor (Professor Richard M S Wilson) acting as judges. The winners for 2009 are (in alphabetical order):

Elaine Evans
Macquarie University
Australia

Thomas J Phillips, Jr
Louisiana Tech University
U.S.A.

Gregory N Stoner
University of Glasgow
Scotland, U.K.

Each winner will receive an inscribed certificate – and hearty congratulations from the AE team and the IAAER Executive Committee.


BRITISH ACCOUNTING  ASSOCIATION’S SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP ON  ACCOUNTING EDUCATION
ANNUAL PRIZE  2007

The British Accounting Association’s Special Interest Group (BAA-SIG) on Accounting Education offers an annual prize for the best paper published in each volume of Accounting Education: an international journal. The criteria for the award of this prize include:

  • a focus on enhancing the educational base of accounting practice;
  • a transferable message which goes beyond national or institutional boundaries;
  • empirical content.

The prize is awarded on the basis of recommendations from the Editorial Advisors of Accounting Education: an international journal. The outcome this year was clear-cut and it is my pleasure to announce that the winner for 2007 (AE Volume 16) is:

Jon B. Simon
University of Hull, U.K.

Jon B. Simon's paper "Concept Mapping in a Financial Accounting Theory Course" appeared in Accounting Education: an international journal, Volume 16, Number 3, September 2007, pp 273-308.

Congratulations to the worthy winner!

Richard M S Wilson
Editor 
Accounting Education: an international journal 
(The official education journal of the IAAER)