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Investigation of the applicability of Schon's (1987) model of professional development to accounting education / Rosina Mladenovic
Bib ID 958070
Format BookBook
Author
Mladenovic, Rosina
 
Description [Kensington, N.S.W.] : University of New South Wales, School of Accounting, 1995 
34 p. ; 30 cm. 
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Working paper series (University of New South Wales. School of Accounting)

Notes

Bibliography: p. 31-34.

Subjects Accountants -- Education.  |  Accountants -- Professional ethics.  |  Accounting -- Study and teaching -- Evaluation.
Other authors/contributors Schon, Donald A. Educating the reflective practitioner  |  University of New South Wales. School of Accounting

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