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|Title:||The roles of some key stakeholders in the future of accounting education in Australia|
|Citation:||Australian Accounting Review, 2009; 50(19):249-260|
|Publisher:||Australian Society of Certified Practicing Accountants|
|Phil Hancock, Bryan Howieson, Marie Kavanagh, Jenny Kent, Irene Tempone, Naomi Segal and Mark Freeman|
|Abstract:||This article explores the role of institutional and systemic leadership in changing higher education in accounting in Australia. In particular, it discusses the roles of the Australian Learning and Teaching Council, the Australian Business Deans’ Council Teaching and Learning Network, and the professional accounting bodies in meeting the challenges confronting accounting education in the tertiary sector today and in the coming years. The intersection of these leadership roles is exemplified in an accounting discipline research project that explores the critical non-technical skills stakeholders require in graduate students and discusses stakeholders’ roles and responsibilities in their development.|
|Appears in Collections:||Business School publications|
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