Stakeholders‟ Perspectives Of Accounting Faculty Time Allocations

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Kimberly E. Frank
D. Jordan Lowe
Georgia Smedley



This study provides evidence on how various stakeholder groups perceive faculty time is and should be allocated across teaching, research and service. To ascertain the priorities of various stakeholders, a questionnaire was administered to accounting professionals, accounting students, and taxpayers. Assistant professors were also surveyed to establish a benchmark for comparisons. Overall, the findings indicate a disparity between the perceptions of accounting professors and their stakeholders regarding time allocations. Suggestions on ways to mitigate these differences are offered.


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