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The topic, as well as examine it from a more empirical perspective. The paper should be 5 pages in
length (not including a cover page or references). It should consist of at least 3 empirical research
articles from reputable aging journals (acceptable journals include: Journal of Accountancy, Journal
of International Accounting Research, and Journal of Accounting Research are few examples. The
paper will be written in APA style.
Things to do list:
- Try to find review articles about the “topics above” policy and other basic information to use for
background (outside of what is provided in textbook)
- Write the paper
a. Background information to topic; research question – what is it that your investigating in relation
to revenue recognition. I will provide examples as well.
- You may use as many extra review articles or other empirical articles as you would like.
- Describe the changes and what would be the impact on Corporate America, society, CPA firms
and other constituencies. IFRS and GAAP about topics, issues, road blocks and more. You are to
cover this topic in relation to any aspects of it. Examples: issues with backdating contracts, issues
with taxes, and more.
- The paper must be written in APA format. There are 2 primary ways you will use APA formatting:
referencing and use of section headers.
a. Referencing must be in APA style. Please see APA website for
style information sheets.
Grading scheme includes:
Background, method, results, conclusions of 3 studies
Conclusion to paper
Depth of thought: 30pt
Provided own conclusions and thoughts
Critical analysis of research
Provide future directions
Written in clear and understandable language
Provides connections among papers
Succinct language Grammar/Technical aspect:
APA style / other requirements: 10pt
Includes section headers
Referencing within paper
Reference page at end
(with all references from paper)
- Know the subject backwards and forwards before you begin your analysis.
- Give yourself enough time to write the paper. You don’t want to rush
- Be honest in your evaluations. Don’t let personal issues and opinions cloud your
- Be analytical, not descriptive.
- Proofread your work!