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Professor Marie Kavanagh
Professor (Accounting) and Associate Director (USQ,Springfield)
Faculty of Business and Law
University of Southern Queensland

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  1. The effect of emotions on an individual's decision to accept organizational change following a merger
  2. Studies in tourism and travel management: embracing change, incorporating technology, and meeting industry needs in the new millenium
  3. Environmental disclosure practices in national oil and gas corporations and international oil and gas corporations operating in Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries
  4. Environmental disclosure practices in national oil and gas corporations and international oil and gas corporations operating in Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries
  5. Are accounting students socially and politically aware? A critical analysis of the responses of accounting students to social and political dilemmas in society
  6. Stereotypes, students’ perceptions and inherent creativity: further Australian evidence
  7. The income statement: content and use
  8. A work integrated learning (WIL) framework to develop graduate skills and attributes in an Australian university's accounting program
  9. Corporate social responsibility disclosure: evidence from Libyan managers
  10. Accounting: information for business decisions, Rev ed.

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1The impact of leadership and change management strategy on organizational culture and individual acceptance of change during a merger
2Accounting for the future: more than numbers: a collaborative investigation into the changing skill set for professional accounting graduates over the next ten years and strategies for embedding such skills into professional accounting programs: Vols.1 and 2
3What skills and attributes does an accounting graduate need? Evidence from student perceptions and employer expectations
4Click go the students, click-click-click: the efficacy of a student response system for engaging students to improve feedback and performance
5Stakeholders' perspectives of the skills and attributes for accounting graduates
6Graduate attributes and skills: are we as accounting academics delivering the goods?
7A conceptual model for building international competencies of accounting graduates of Indonesian universities
8The roles of some key stakeholders in the future of accounting education in Australia
9The whole of university experience: retention, attrition, learning and personal support interventions during undergraduate business studies
10What turns students on to accounting? Is it a matter of perceived image and personality?