(Re)forming the circle: education, ethics and accountancy practices

@inproceedings{Puxty1994ReformingTC,
  title={(Re)forming the circle: education, ethics and accountancy practices},
  author={Anthony G. Puxty and Prem Sikka and Hugh Willmott},
  year={1994}
}
In advancing and sustaining their claims to be a ‘profession’, the accountancy institutes argue that they serve the public interest and that this is done by behaving in an ethical and impartial way. Some of the accountancy bodies' interventions in the auditing and financial reporting arena are examined and doubts are cast on their claims. It is argued that the profession's ethical position is compromised, partially at least, as a result of its educational processes and the socializing… CONTINUE READING

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