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The Researching Accountant Development Framework

BAFA-CPAF Research Mentoring Scheme Launch Event - 10 Nov 2020

The launch of the BAFA-CPAF Research Mentoring Scheme, hosted by Professor Elaine Harris, was held on 10 November 2020. Dr Hilary Lindsay, Honorary Associate of the Open University, presented her Researching Accountant Development Framework.

What is the RADF?

The Research Accountant Development Framework is based on three dimensions of learning – the cognitive, intrapersonal and interpersonal - and builds on research carried out by Hilary Lindsay during and after her own professional doctoral studies.

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Integrating data analytics into the accounting curriculum: Faculty perceptions and insights

A survey of 321 US accounting faculty staff, investigating their perspectives of the effectiveness of integrating data analytics into the accounting curriculum. The authors examined curriculum development, course assessment, students’ abilities, and faculty skills to design and teach such courses.

ESG in the accounting curriculum

There's no time to waste in getting topics, tools and strategies in place to cover pressing environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in today's academic accounting curriculum, say the authors. The article includes a table of suggested assignments for a stand-alone ESG course.

The Fyre Fraud: A case exploring the dark triad personality

A case study for accounting academics to introduce the concept of the 'dark triad' to auditing and forensic accounting students - a combination of Machiavellianism, narcissism, and psychopathic personality traits that have been associated with people who commit fraud. Students learn about this personality disorder by studying the events and the people associated with the Fyre Festival fraud.

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Turning the pages

Turning the Pages is an award-winning interactive tool developed by the British Library that allows us to show you some of the rarest books in the ICAEW collection in digitised form.

Thought leadership

Thought leadership

Our thought leadership is intended to change thinking and behaviour. We want to help our members do their jobs as best they can. Ultimately, this will enable a world of sustainable economies.