Creating a Ripple Effect: Accountancy, Academia, and Curriculum

Professor Donna Street, Mahrt Chair in Accounting, University of Dayton | July 22, 2016 |

The accountancy profession and “real world” accountants need to remain connected to academia and the world of research about our profession. Professor Donna Street, Mahrt Chair in Accounting, University of Dayton (US), explains how the Deloitte IAAER Scholarship program facilitates research from scholars in emerging economies and helps bridge the gap between the academic community and accountancy practitioners.

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