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Computerized Applications in the Accounting Discipline of Selected AACSB Member Institutions
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Journal of Education for Business Volume 61, Number 4,

Abstract

This 1984 study examines what university administrators are currently scheduling and plan to incorporate in future accounting computer curriculum. Educational administrators expect to maintain or increase computer requirement emphasis in the accounting curriculum. The most frequently stated impediment was lack of computer equipment. (CT)

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Parmley, J.E. & Parmley, W.K. (1986). Computerized Applications in the Accounting Discipline of Selected AACSB Member Institutions. Journal of Education for Business, 61(4), 174. Retrieved May 31, 2020 from .

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