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  • Accounting employers' expectations - the ideal accounting graduates

    Low, Mary; Botes, Vida; De La Rue, David; Allen, Jackie (Australian Business Education Research Association, 2016)
    This research examined what accounting employers are seeking in their ‘ideal’ accounting graduate and sought to provide clarification on the ‘expectation gap’ between what accounting employers require in their graduates, ...
  • Accounting scandals, ethical dilemmas and educational challenges

    Low, Mary; Davey, Howard; Hopper, Keith (Academic Press, 2007)
    Publicity over the role of accountants often accompanies major corporate collapses. It is argued that recent corporate scandals have set a new low for the accounting profession. It is, after all, the accountants who have ...
  • Audit education for future professionals: Perceptions of New Zealand auditors

    Chaffey, Jenna; Van Peursem, Karen A.; Low, Mary (Taylor and Francis Group, 2011)
    Audit professionals are charged with gathering evidence and expressing their opinions on the financial claims made by others. In New Zealand, as elsewhere, these opinions are relied upon for a myriad of decisions as to the ...
  • Chinese and English language versions: intellectual capital disclosure

    Liao, Likang; Low, Mary; Davey, Howard (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013)
    Purpose – The paper of this paper is to assess the extent and quality of IC disclosure in the Chinese and English language versions of the annual reports of 50 Chinese companies which are dual listed in both Chinese Mainland ...
  • Corporate social reporting in Thailand: The news is all good and increasing

    Ratanajongkol, Sunee; Davey, Howard; Low, Mary (Emerald Group, 2006)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the extent and nature of the corporate social reporting (CSR) practices of the 40 largest Thai companies over the years 1997, 1999 and 2001. Design/methodology/approach ...

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