Canadian Academic Accountants' Productivity: A Survey of 10 Referred Publications 1978-1988
In this paper we examine the productivity of Canadian academic accountants through analyses of articles published in 10 refereed journals between 1976 and 1989, inclusive. We report the numbers of articles by Canadian institutional affiliation cross-tabulated by subject area, whether theoretical or empirical, and by the journal in which articles appeared. Summary statistics are computed to identify the gross and per capita productivity of the institutions represented and to identify the 10 most productive researchers in this period as well as in the subperiods 1976-82 and 1983-89
Corporate Governance, Auditing and Risk Management
Contemporary Accounting Research
Richardson, A. and Williams, John Joseph.
Canadian Academic Accountants' Productivity: A Survey of 10 Referred Publications 1978-1988. (1990). Contemporary Accounting Research. 7, (1), 278-294. Research Collection School Of Accountancy.
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