There is increasing academic pressure on Departments of Accounting in South Africa
whose academic programmes are accredited with the South African Institute of
Chartered Accountants (SAICA). The reason for this that the academic training of
potential chartered accountants has long been their main academic focus, and they
often fail to do justice to their real academic mission of scholarly activity in
accounting (the pursuit of science as an endeavour), which is central to the essence of
a university. The quality of such departments’ research is not yet an important
criterion for their prestige. However, only Departments of Accounting that develop
Accounting as a social science in scholarly activity in accounting deserve
international recognition. This empirical study attempts to convince Departments of
Accounting, particularly those whose academic programmes are accredited by
SAICA, to embark on scholarly activity in accounting as soon as possible.
Venter, Elmar Retief(South African Institute of Chartered Accountants, 2007-01)
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Shotter, Magdalena(Southern African Institute of Government Auditors, 2000)
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