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Issues in Accounting Education, 2(Spring), 94–102. Raabe, W. , Kozub, R. , & Sanders, D. L. (1987). Attitude measurement and the perceptions of tax accounting faculty publication outlet. Journal of Accounting Education, 6(Spring), 45–57. Read, W. , Rama, D. , & Raghunandan, K. (1998). Are publishing requirements for accounting faculty promotions still increasing? Issues in Accounting Education, 13(May), 327–340. Schultz, J. , Meade, J. , & Khurana, I. (1989). The changing roles of teaching, research, and service in the promotion and tenure decisions for accounting faculty.

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