Reforming the Accounting Curriculum in Russia: Some Guidelines Based on the Armenian and Bosnian Experiences
Omsk State University - School of International Business
Robert W. McGee
Fayetteville State University
Barry University Andreas School of Business Working Paper
This paper discusses how the reform of university accounting programs has been accomplished in Armenia and Bosnia and suggests how a similar reform can be accomplished in Russia. Curriculum reform in Armenia and Bosnia encountered similar difficulties but the methods chosen to overcome the difficulties were sometimes different. This paper discusses those similarities and differences as well as the process and makes suggestions for how curriculum reform can be achieved in Russia using approaches similar to those used in Armenia and Bosnia.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 40
Keywords: accounting reform, accounting education, transition economies, Russia, Armenia, Bosnia
JEL Classification: A20, J44, M40, O10, O52, P20working papers series
Date posted: June 18, 2003
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