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The simulation presents accounting in a business context (Basu & Cohen, 1994; Knechel & Rand, 1994) and makes students active participants in the learning process as they solve unstructured problems that require the use of multiple information sources (AECC, 1990). Basu and Cohen (1994) suggest that such an approach may favorably affect students’ choice of major. The BPM also promotes teamwork through smallgroup, collaborative learning and fosters a problem-based learning environment (Boud & Fellitti, 1997; Johnstone & Biggs, 1998) in which students actively participate in the learning process.
Consequently, business planning offers an ideal context for introducing students to management accounting and has several distinct pedagogical advantages. First, the business planning experiences of the serial case’s fictitious company from start-up through the first two years of operations create a sense of realism for students that motivates student learning and distinguishes the course from other classes. Second, business planning topics reinforce the demand for accounting information by linking traditional management accounting content to broader business issues.
In a recent report, the Panel on Audit Effectiveness (2000) recommended a ‘‘forensic-type’’ fieldwork stage in all audits to increase the likelihood that auditors will be able to detect fraud and to serve as an implicit deterrent to management fraud. ) 99, Consideration of Fraud in a Financial Statement Audit, as well as SAS No. 53 (AICPA, 1988) and SAS No. 82 (AICPA, 1997). The current standard focuses on continuous risk assessment throughout the audit process. SAS No. 99 (AICPA, 2002) requires the auditor to collect information to identify and assess factors that affect the risk of a material misstatement due to fraud.
Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations, Volume 7 (Advances in Accounting Education Teaching and Curriculum Innovations) by Bill N. Schwartz, J. Edward Ketz