ABSTRACT: The purpose of this paper is to provide a concise career guide for current and potential doctoral students in accounting and, in the process, help them gain a greater awareness of what it means to be an accounting professor. The guide can also be used by accounting faculty in doctoral programs as a starting point in mentoring their doctoral students. We begin with foundational guidance to help doctoral students better understand the “big picture” surrounding the academic accounting environment. We then provide specific research guidance and publishing guidance to help improve the probability of publication success. Actions are suggested that doctoral students and new faculty can take to help jump-start their academic careers. We finish with guidance regarding some important acronyms of special interest to doctoral students in accounting.
What It Means to be an Accounting Professor: A Concise Career Guide for Doctoral Students in Accounting
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Brooke Beyer, Don Herrmann, Gary K. Meek, Eric T. Rapley; What It Means to be an Accounting Professor: A Concise Career Guide for Doctoral Students in Accounting. Issues in Accounting Education 1 May 2010; 25 (2): 227–244. doi: https://doi.org/10.2308/iace.2010.25.2.227
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