How to publish in peer-reviewed practitioner accounting journals
Advice for accounting academics on publishing research in practitioner accounting journals, including finding relevant topics and using a suitable writing style. The authors provide examples of five potential types of articles for practitioner accounting journals: small literature reviews, empirical papers, thought pieces, skills papers and current topic updates.
Integrating cryptocurrency into intermediate financial accounting curriculum: A case study
Academics from California State University share their experiences in introducing cryptocurrencies to undergraduate financial accounting students. Students were given a cryptocurrency assignment to complete, followed and by a survey assessing how useful they found the assignment.
Leaping from the office to academia
Insights on transitioning from accounting professional practice to an academic career. The author suggests ten steps to follow in order to make the leap to the education sector.
Self-reflective insights on what I have learned in an evolving academic career model: accounting scholarship, administration, and diversity
Accounting academic Carolyn M.Callahan discusses diversity within accounting education and considers the factors behind her success as a Professor of Accountancy. She argues that now is the time to push the accounting research frontier forward.
Reflections on the transition from practice to academia... the nuts and bolts
Accounting academic D.Scott Showalter gives advice on the similarities and differences between working in academia and practice. He describes how he prepared for a second career as an academic, what he learned during his important first academic teaching year and how he moved forward to expand his career in the education sector.