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Carmen Giorgiana Bonaci – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
corporate governance debate on Professional ethics in Accounting ProfessionCentral European Business review, 2013Co-Authors: Carmen Giorgiana Bonaci, Jiři Strouhal, Libuse Mullerova, Jaroslava RoubickovaAbstract:
This paper focuses on the particular case of Professional ethics in the context of the Accounting Profession. After briefl y discussing recent events that made us reconsider our understanding of corporate governance, accountancy and ethics, we attempt to delimit the state of the art by looking at ethics from the Accounting Profession’s perspective. When aiming to clarify Professional ethics, we closely analyze integrity based on the latest developments undertaken by European Professional bodies. The fi ndings are used in identifying
romanian Accounting Profession erudition and perspectivesInternational Journal of Critical Accounting, 2012Co-Authors: Dumitru Matis, Kieran James, Razvan V Mustata, Carmen Giorgiana BonaciAbstract:
Accounting, the Accounting system and the Accounting Profession are all dimensions, which are deeply influenced by economic, social and political evolutions of the Romanian existence from the first considered paper within Romanian Accounting literature (1792) until today. We therefore set out our attempt at following how changes in political ideology and other related influential factors induce significant changes in all this above-mentioned dimensions. Historical realities lead us from the Romanian provinces, to monarchy, communism and today’s savage capitalism. Historical realities prove to be a significant force for maintaining national Accounting values and culture, regardless of their amplitude at a certain time in their evolution. Beyond Accounting Profession‘s evolution, development and positioning within the field of Accounting, our study provides a critical analysis on the Accounting Profession‘s capacity of contributing to the evolving of the so-called global Accounting standards, undertaken by IASB. We therefore suggest the utilisation of a system for quantifying the capacity of the national Accounting Profession to participate at developing the global Accounting environment.
Sofik Handoyo – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
Study Motivation, Academic Performance and Commitment Career in Accounting ProfessionJournal of Education and Learning, 2018Co-Authors: Sofik HandoyoAbstract:
The purpose of this study is to understand the relationship between students’ motivation, academic performance, and career commitment on Accounting Profession among undergraduate Accounting students. The background of this study is based on the phenomenon encountered by Accounting undergraduate students whose academic performance is not satisfactory as well as problems related to the completion of the study and high turn-over of the Accounting Profession. The sample of the study involved 101 undergraduate Accounting students of Universitas Padjadjaran. There are three independent variables investigated in this study namely study motivation, academic performance and commitment carrier in the Accounting Profession. Intrinsic interest, extrinsic interest, normative beliefs and conflict anticipation were treated as sub-variables of the study motivation. Data were obtained through an electronic questionnaire using Google Form platform. Descriptive analysis along with bivariate correlation analysis was applied in this study. The results indicate that majority of Accounting undergraduate student choosing Accounting study program due to intrinsic interest motivation and extrinsic interest motivation and there is no indication motivation influenced by normative beliefs motivation and conflict anticipation motivation. Intrinsic interest has a positive and significant correlation with academic performance (r=2.17, p
Study Motivation, Academic Performance and Career Commitment in Accounting ProfessionDinamika Pendidikan, 2018Co-Authors: Sofik HandoyoAbstract:
The aim of the research is to examine the relationship between students’ motivation, academic performance and career commitment to Accounting Profession among undergraduate Accounting students. The sample of the study involved 101 undergraduate Accounting students of Universitas Padjadjaran. Purposive sampling technique was used in this study. There are three independent variables investigated in this study, namely study motivation, academic performance and commitment carrier in the Accounting Profession. Intrinsic interest, extrinsic interest, normative belief and conflict anticipation was treated as sub-variable of the study motivation. Descriptive analysis along with bivariate correlation analysis was applied in this study. The results indicated that majority of Accounting undergraduate student choosing Accounting study program due to intrinsic interest motivation and extrinsic interest motivation and there is no indication motivation influenced by normative believe motivation and conflict anticipation motivation. Intrinsic interest has a positive and significant correlation with academic performance (r=2.17, p
Marcia Zanievicz Silva – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
Glass ceiling in the Accounting Profession: Evidence in Brazilian companiesContaduría y Administración, 2018Co-Authors: Júlio César Silva, Cristian Baú Dal Magro, Marcello Christiano Gorla, Marcia Zanievicz SilvaAbstract:
Although there are several studies on gender differences in occupations, few studies address the Accounting Profession, in particular those related to the occurrence of the glass ceiling effect, a barrier that hinders and even prevents the career growth of women. In this context, the study aims to verify the influence of glass ceiling in relation to gender inequality in the Accounting Profession. The investigated population consists of Professionals in Accounting from companies located in southern Brazil, and the sample consists of 34,886 observations. The results indicate that the top positions in the Accounting Auditor and Accountant Professions are held predominantly by men. A difference in pay was observed, as men receive higher remunerations than women in similar functions. There is a predominance of Accounting male Professionals in large companies and female Professionals in small and medium-sized businesses, and men tend to stay longer in positions of the Accounting Profession in the same company. It is concluded that the occurrence of glass ceiling influences on the increased difficulty of access for women in key positions in the Accounting Profession, confirming the gender inequality observed in studies regarding other Professional activities.
GENDER INEQUALITY IN Accounting Profession FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE GLASS CEILINGRACE: Revista de Administração Contabilidade e Economia, 2016Co-Authors: Júlio César Silva, Cristian Baú Dal Magro, Marcia Zanievicz SilvaAbstract:
Among the studies developed on gender differences in occupations, the theoretical glass ceiling approach has been used internationally to explain the occurrence of barriers that hinder and even prevent the Professional growth of women and generate wage inequalities between men and women in the performance of similar functions. Given the above, the study aims to identify gender differences in the Accounting Profession analyzed from the perspective of the glass ceiling . The research methodology is descriptive, documentary and the approach is quantitative. Data were extracted from the Annual Social Information (RAIS), base year 2013. The investigated population are employees who work in Accounting in companies located in southern Brazil. The results indicate that the Professions of Accounting auditor and accountant are performed, most often by male Professionals. It was found that men have higher pay and a predominance of men in the Accounting department of larger companies. We conclude that glass ceiling is present in the Accounting Profession, creating an invisible barrier to women’s access to positions of greater evidence of the Accounting Profession. Keywords: Glass Ceiling. Gender. Accounting Professional. Inequality.