Items where Subject is "H Social Sciences > HF Commerce > HF5601 Accounting" and Year is 2011
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Number of items: 9.
France, Adrian and Grant, Bill (2011) Referrals in the financial sector: Accountants and financial advisors. In: 2011 AFAANZ Conference: Papers Being Presented at the 2011 AFAANZ Conference. Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand. 
Gourdie, John (2011) MYOB as an Accounting Information System: Is it time for a 501 curriculum refocus? In: New Zealand Applied Business Educators (NZABE) Conference 2011: Rebuilding - Regrowth - Rejuvenation. Nelson Marlborough Institue of Technology (NMIT). 
Hickey, Nathan and France, Adrian (2011) An accounting firm leadership style and culture. In: Auckland Region Accounting Conference 2011: Conference Papers. AUT. 
Watson, Amy and France, Adrian (2011) Career advancement for women in accounting. In: Auckland Region Accounting Conference 2011: Conference Papers. AUT. 
Robinson, Scott and France, Adrian (2011) Comparing sports marketing of amateur team sports to professional team sports. New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research, 9 (1). pp. 47-61. ISSN 1175-8007 
Conference or Workshop Item
France, Adrian and Crabtree, Jen and Moody, Iona and Donoghue, Glenda and Horsfall, Amy-Kelly (2011) Labour process theory down under in New Zealand. In: Association for Qualitative Research Conference 2011: Discourse, Power, and Resistance, 23-25 August, 2011, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. 
Gourdie, John (2011) 501 Refocus: A move from bookkeeping to an AIS approach. In: New Zealand Applied Business Education Conference (NZABE 2011): Rebuilding, Regrowth, Rejuvenation: Business, Education and Practice (R3BEP), 10-12 October, 2011, Nelson, New Zealand. 
Hickey, Nathan and France, Adrian (2011) Management leadership style impact on organisation culture in an accounting firm context. 2011. 
Watson, Amy and France, Adrian (2011) Successful women in accountancy: A study to identify characteristics and strategies of successful women accountants. 2011.