• Do Our Introductory Accounting Textbooks Reflect Current Accounting Practice?

      Wells, P; Sinclair, R (American Accounting Association (AAA), 2016)
      Many researchers have found that accounting education contributes to the narrow and stereotypical perceptions students have of accounting, further supporting claims that the profession may be attracting graduates who lack ...
    • Financial reporting by New Zealand charities: finding a way forward

      Hooper, K; Sinclair, R; Hui, D; Mataira, K (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2008)
      Purpose – Charities are becoming recognised as playing an important part in communities by furthering government’s social objectives through increasing support to disadvantaged members of society. As charities multiply in ...
    • Improving learning outcomes for auditing students

      Chiang, CKH; Sinclair, R; Wells, P (Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ), 2011)
      Deficiencies identified in accounting graduate skills and capabilities have resulted in the spotlight being placed on techniques for improving student learning outcomes. Research has established that student approaches to ...
    • Resistance or change in Vietnamese Accounting?

      Nguyen, L; Hooper, K; Sinclair, R (Virtus Interpress, 2013)
      Research objective To explore the probability of substantive change in the Vietnamese accounting field, given that as approached from Bourdieu’s perspective of the “habitus”, most participants are likely, but not necessarily, ...