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Introduction to AE Editorial Essays

An initiative for 2008 is the launch of AE Editorial Essays in this issue of AE . There was an Editorial Essay in AE 1(1) March 1992, pp 3-11, in which I set out to provide a statement of intent relating to the launch of this journal, and a tentative agenda. However, there was none between March 1992 and June 2008. The aim is to provide a platform to current (and recent) members of AE 's Editorial Group (which comprises the Editor and Associate Editors) in order that they might offer short statements - often of a polemical nature - on topics of relevance to the domain of accounting education and the primary mission of AE (which is to enhance the educational base of accounting practice). It is hoped that these essays might stimulate debate among accounting education's major stakeholders. The first essay seeks to make the case for accounting education research. On frequent occasions over several years - typically at major conferences in the U.K., the U.S.A. and elsewhere - I have discussed this theme with the Editors of Issues in Accounting Education and the Journal ofAccounting Education , along with other key players (including accounting education http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Accounting Education Informa Healthcare

Introduction to AE Editorial Essays

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An initiative for 2008 is the launch of AE Editorial Essays in this issue of AE . There was an Editorial Essay in AE 1(1) March 1992, pp 3-11, in which I set out to provide a statement of intent relating to the launch of this journal, and a tentative agenda. However, there was none between March 1992 and June 2008. The aim is to provide a platform to current (and recent) members of AE 's Editorial Group (which comprises the Editor and Associate Editors) in order that they might offer short statements - often of a polemical nature - on topics of relevance to the domain of accounting education and the primary mission of AE (which is to enhance the educational base of accounting practice). It is hoped that these essays might stimulate debate among accounting education's major stakeholders. The first essay seeks to make the case for accounting education research. On frequent occasions over several years - typically at major conferences in the U.K., the U.S.A. and elsewhere - I have discussed this theme with the Editors of Issues in Accounting Education and the Journal ofAccounting Education , along with other key players (including accounting education
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