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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the accounting profession : an exploratory study / by Luisa Lombardi and Barry J. Cooper

By: Lombardi, Luisa.
Contributor(s): Cooper, Barry J.
Series: Australian Accounting Review.Publisher: United Kingdom, Wiley-Blackwell, Edition: 25 (1), March 2015.Description: 84-99, 16 pages.Subject(s): Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities | Accounting profession | Australia | Indigenous engagementOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Explores the role of accounting skills and qualifications with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island (ATSI) people. Examines their exclusion from the profession, and how change from within the profession needs to occur. Advises that greater numbers of ATSI people in the accounting profession will deliver far-ranging benefits for both the individual and indigenous communities.
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Explores the role of accounting skills and qualifications with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island (ATSI) people. Examines their exclusion from the profession, and how change from within the profession needs to occur. Advises that greater numbers of ATSI people in the accounting profession will deliver far-ranging benefits for both the individual and indigenous communities.

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