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Research Methods in Accounting

Research Methods in Accounting (Paperback)

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Designed solely for accounting students and scholars, this easy-to-follow and engaging text will ensure that you can successfully apply the most relevant research methods to your accounting research studies.

New to this updated edition:

Expanded coverage on how to successfully identify your research proposal question.Additional qualitative data chapter enabling you to have a stronger understanding of qualitative methods.Real-life accountancy examples provide insight into choices made by accountants, relating your theoretical research to practical application.Further reading at the end of each chapter to further enhance and expand your knowledge.

BusinessFinance & accountingAccountingAccounting: study & revision guidesReference & ResearchResearch & information: generalResearch methods: general Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd Publication Date: 17/11/2014 ISBN-13: 9781446294666  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Professor Malcolm Smith Malcolm has held professorial positions in accounting at universities in both UK and Australia. He is now Adjunct Professor of Accounting at the University of South Australia. Malcolm's research output includes 16 books, 13 book chapters and over 180 journal articles, but he is best known for his publications in two areas: * Financial communication: concerned with the analysis and interpretation of corporate narratives, and * Strategic management accounting: concerned with the diffusion of accounting innovations. Malcolm has received numerous awards for teaching and supervision, and has supervised over 20 doctoral candidates to completion.

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