Pioneering in Ethics Teaching: The Case of Management Accounting in Universities in the British Usles

TitlePioneering in Ethics Teaching: The Case of Management Accounting in Universities in the British Usles
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsBampton, R, Cowton, C
JournalTeaching Business Ethics
Volume6
Issue3
Pagination279 - 295
Date Published2002/08/01/
Publication Languageeng
ISSN Number1382-6891
AbstractThis paper reports on the results of a questionnaire survey of university academics in the British Isles which found that a significant minority of management accounting lecturers do claim to address ethical issues in their teaching. In addition to reporting the extent of such provision, the paper explores the reasons for the coverage of ethics. Both personal interest and a belief in the importance of ethics are found to be significant, and lecturers who do address ethical issues tend to express stronger beliefs in the responsibility and ability ofuniversities to improve the ethical attitudes and behaviour of their students.
URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1023/A:1016143911361
Full Text

Discipline: 

Publication: