Meditari Accountancy Research: Volume 22 Issue 2


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Students’ perceptions of education for sustainable development in the accounting and business curriculum at a business school in New Zealand

Umesh Sharma, Martin Kelly

The purpose of this paper is to explore students’ perceptions and understandings of, and attitudes towards, education for sustainable development (ESD) at Delta Business…

Voluntary and timely disclosure and the cost of debt: South African evidence

Achraf Guidara, Hichem Khlif, Anis Jarboui

– The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of voluntary and timely disclosure on the cost of debt for the South African setting.

Are two teachers better than one?

M.L. van Oordt, T. van Oordt, P. du Toit

This paper aims to focus on the thinking styles of a group of Accounting students, and to determine whether team teaching by two criteria-specific lecturers can be an…

Accountants’ perceptions of corporate governance in public limited liability companies in an emerging economy: Evidence from Barbados

Philmore Alleyne, Diana Weekes-Marshall, Tracey Broome

This paper aims to examine the perceptions of accountants on corporate governance (CG) practices in public limited liability companies in Barbados, and the perceived…

Factors contributing toward student performance in a distance education accounting degree

K. Papageorgiou, Abdel K. Halabi

The purpose of this paper is to examine the effects of five determinates of performance in students (N = 677) who completed three years of financial accounting to obtain a…

Blended learning in accounting: a New Zealand case

Sidney Weil, Tracy-Anne De Silva, Maurice Ward

This paper aims to describe the implementation of a blended learning approach in a Stage 2 management accounting course at a university in New Zealand. The paper reports…

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