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Internet Resources

  • AICPA - Research  Icon
    The American Institute of CPAs claims this page provides "all the research tools you need, all in one place." Access to AICPA White papers, briefs and drafts, standards and articles on 'special topics'.
    From Brigham Young University, a wiki article on "What is accounting research?"
  • UF: Ten Steps to Accounting Research
    From the University of Florida, a LibGuide describing the ten key steps to accounting research.


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Research Methods in Accounting - Malcolm Smith
Call Number: HF5630 .S55 2011
ISBN: 1849207976
Publication Date: 2011-03-04
Electronic Inspection Copy available here Updated and expanded, the Second Edition of Research Methods in Accounting continues to provide a practical and accessible overview of the conduct of applied research studies in accounting, The Second Edition features: - Expanded coverage of the areas of 'Theory' and 'Statistical Testing' to incorporate new developments. - More in-depth detail on theory and associated applications, derived from behavioural, psychological, and qualitative disciplines. - Expanded chapter in qualitative research to reflect the movement in qualitative methodologies - Treatment of the practical issues associated with the application of structural equation modelling in quantitative research. - Revised chapter on fieldwork to give a more considered view of qualitative research in all its alternative forms.

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Effective Writing - Claire B. May; Gordon S. May
Call Number: HF5719 .M375 2012
ISBN: 0132567245
Publication Date: 2011-03-09
A useful guide to all the stages of the writing process. Effective Writing guides the writer through all the stages of the writing process: planning, critical thinking, generating and organizing ideas, writing the draft, revising, and designing for presentation. Throughout the text, Effective Writing stresses coherence, conciseness, and clarity as the most important qualities of the writing done by accountants. This edition includes many new and revised assignments that reinforce the concepts covered in the text, as well as coverage on ethics in communication.


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