Institutional Determinants Of Individual Mobility: Bringing The Professions Back In

@inproceedings{Robson1996InstitutionalDO,
  title={Institutional Determinants Of Individual Mobility: Bringing The Professions Back In},
  author={Gary S. Robson and Douglas R. Wholey and Russell M. Barefield},
  year={1996}
}
In this research, we developed and tested a theory of institutional effects on the timing of resignation in accounting. The institutional effects examined are credentialing processes. We found that the interaction of certification requirements and job duties affected early-career resignation rates of accounting firm employees. Auditors in all certification jurisdictions studied and nonauditors in jurisdictions with broadly focused experience requirements postponed resignation until after the… CONTINUE READING

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