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Our chapter tests the use of Bloom’s taxonomy in the context of an emerging country’s educational system that lacked consistency and faced significant challenges throughout history. We also consider two measures for students’ academic performance as perceptions upon what should be the same result of the teaching–learning process. The chapter addresses the evolutions and particularities of the Romanian academic environment in the area of economics, developing a brief analysis meant to position the testing of the proposed research design.
The authors thank the participants at the Writing to Publish in International Accounting Journals Workshop, Prague 2011, and the 6th International Conference Accounting and Management Information Systems, Bucharest 2011, for their useful suggestions. A previous version of the chapter was included in the Proceedings of the 6th International Conference Accounting and Management Information Systems.
Bonaci, C.G., Mustaţă, R.V., Muţiu, A. and Strouhal, J. (2014), "Assessing accounting students’ academic performance: A case study on Romania", Accounting in Central and Eastern Europe (Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, Vol. 13), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 279-319. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1479-3563(2013)0000013017Download as .RIS
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