Accounting Education's Role in Corporate Malfeasance: It's Time for a New Curriculum! Accounting curricula are narrowly focused on driving students to become CPAs, and this tunnel track may have contributed to recent audit scandals. The current and former IMA professors-in-residence propose a broader curriculum that emphasizes presentation skills, economics, technology, ethics, marketing, and ...
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