Meditari Accountancy Research: Volume 27 Issue 6


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Influence of ethical ideology and emotional intelligence on the ethical judgement of future accountants in Malaysia

Suhaiza Ismail, Zuhudha Rasheed

This paper aims to identify the influence of personal factors on the ethical judgement of future accountants in Malaysia. In particular, there are two research objectives…

A conceptual framework of tax knowledge

Marina Bornman, Pusheletso Ramutumbu

This paper aims to develop a conceptual framework of tax knowledge that can be used to analyse and discuss tax knowledge as a factor influencing tax compliance.

Interaction between internal and external auditors – insights from a developing country

Grace Mubako, Susan Charowedza Muzorewa

The purpose of this study is to examine the nature and extent of interaction and the relationship between internal auditors (IAs) and external auditors (EAs) from the…

Using a stakeholder developed case study to develop soft skills

Grant Samkin, Monique Keevy

The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the extent to which a case study developed by a financial institution and completed within a collaborative learning environment…

Putting some “sense” into our research

Naomi Soderstrom

This paper aims to propose using human senses as a means of thinking about the contributions of this research.

Investors’ perception on the usefulness of management report disclosures: Evidence from an emerging market

Mostafa Kayed Mohamed, Alessandra Allini, Luca Ferri, Annamaria Zampella

This paper aims to examine the usefulness of disclosures provided by Egyptian firms in the management report from the viewpoint of financial analysts and institutional investors.

Mixed methods in accounting: a field based analysis

Christiaan Lamprecht, Timothy C. Guetterman

This study aims to advance mixed methods as a research methodology in accounting through three research objectives: develop a typology of mixed methods research (MMR…

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