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Volume 17, Number 2, June 2008

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Introduction to AE Editorial Essays
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The Influence of Business Case Studies on Learning Styles: An Empirical Investigation
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The Influence of Business Case Studies and Learning Styles in an Accounting Course: A Comment
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Support for Graphicacy: A Review of Textbooks Available to Accounting Students
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The Introduction of 'Surprise Tests' in Teaching Accounting
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Teaching the Choir: Challenges of a Learner-Centred Simulation
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