ICAEW.com works better with JavaScript enabled.

Academia & Education Community resources

Key resources for Academia & Education Community members.

 

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.

The Library & Information Service provides a hand-picked collection of industry press articles as a benefit of ICAEW membership. If you are unable to access an article, please see our Online resources troubleshooting or contact library@icaew.com

 

Relevance of Accounting Research (ROAR) Scores: Ratings of titles and abstracts by accounting professionals

The relevance of academic accounting research to practice is frequently discussed by accounting academics. The authors have created Relevance of Accounting Research (ROAR) scores by asking accounting professionals to read and evaluate the titles and abstracts of every article published in twelve leading accounting journals for the years 2016 to 2018. These scores allow for an evidence-based evaluation and discussion of how academic accounting research is perceived by accounting professionals.

Opportunities for accountants in academia

From teaching a single course to striving for a tenure-track position to teach and conduct research, there are a number of opportunities for accounting and finance practitioners to join academia. Written from a US perspective.

Ethics curriculum in accounting courses: Examination of student perceptions of delivery methods

The authors explore student perceptions about the need for ethics instruction within an undergraduate accounting curriculum. Students enrolled in an online, undergraduate accounting course were surveyed. The results suggested that over 92% of students desire an ethics component within the curriculum and that ethics courses should include case studies, real-world ethical situations, and ethical dilemma considerations.

Terms of use: You are permitted to access articles subject to the terms of use set by our suppliers and any restrictions imposed by individual publishers. Please see individual supplier pages for full terms of use.

Resources

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.