The effects of system design alternatives on the acquisition of tax knowledge from a computerized tax decision aid

@inproceedings{Rose2000TheEO,
  title={The effects of system design alternatives on the acquisition of tax knowledge from a computerized tax decision aid},
  author={Jacob M. Rose and Christopher J. Wolfe},
  year={2000}
}
Accounting ®rms are intensifying their reliance on experiential learning, and experience increasingly involves the use of computerized decision aids [Messier, W. (1995) Research in and development of audit decision aids. In R. H. Ashton & A. H. Ashton, Judgment and decision making in accounting and auditing (pp. 207±230). New York: Cambridge University Press]. Accountants are expected to learn from automated decision aid use, because the aids are not always available when dealing with the aid's… CONTINUE READING
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