Examines the development of accounting regulation, education, and literature in Australia across five key phases in European settlement from 1788-2005 and presents an overview of major historical trends in each of these periods.
Examines the perceptions of accounting academics as to barriers to public sector accounting education in Australia and identifies strategies for making the accounting curriculum more public sector inclusive.
Enhances the understanding of the relation between professional practice and higher education by tracing the Australian Society of Accountant's struggle to establish a qualifying examination as part of a new programme of professional accounting education in Australia.
Investigates the topic of accounting academics' perceptions of, and participation in, continuing professional development.
Describes the history of the adoption of accrual methods by the governments of New Zealand and Australia.
Professional Accountancy Organizations
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (Formerly recognized as The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia)
Institute of Public Accountants
Relevant Regional Bodies
Confederation of Asian and Pacific Accountants (CAPA)