Financial Data Bases in Accounting Doctoral Programs
Lawrence D. Brown
Ronald J. Huefner
State University of New York (SUNY) - Accounting & Law
City University of New York - Baruch College - Stan Ross Department of Accountancy
Issues in Accounting Education, Vol. 3, 1988
This paper reports of a survey of US doctoral-grantiing programs in accounting (with 95 percent of the programs rsponding). The data bases most commonly possessed by accounting doctoral programs are identified, personal support is discussed, the amount of direct annual costs needed to maintain these data bases.are provided. Our findings have implications for accounting educators in their roles as researchers, as teachers of doctoral students, as advisors to under-graduate and masters students, and as teachers of non-doctoral students. Our findings should also be useful for administrators and faculty groups who are evaluating a current accounting doctoral program or propose to begin a new doctoral program.
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Date posted: April 18, 2008
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