Our research contributes to the under-researched domain of sustainability education and to understanding how groupthink, stakeholder theory and power dynamics may have contributed to the dearth of sustainability coverage in the new Canadian CPA program.
We would like to thank participants for their comments made at the 3rd French CSEAR Conference at the ESSEC Business School, at the 5th Italian CSEAR Conference at the University of Padova, and at the 31st CAAA Conference in St. John’s, NL, Canada. We would also like to thank Sara Moggi (University of Verona), Michelle Rodrigue (Université Laval), and Stephen Bergstrom (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology) for their valuable comments. The authors are also grateful for the numerous and constructive comments received from two anonymous reviewers and co-editors: Sophie Spring (Université de Montpellier), Jonathan Maurice (IAE Toulouse), and Charles Cho (Schulich School of Business). Finally, we thank the CPA Research Centre in Accountability and the Manulife Professorship in Financial Planning, both at the John Molson School of Business of Concordia University, for their financial support.
Boulianne, E. and Keddie, S.L. (2018), "Where Is Sustainability within the Canadian CPA Education Program?", Sustainability Accounting (Advances in Environmental Accounting & Management, Vol. 7), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 71-112. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1479-359820180000007004Download as .RIS
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