Business games help students build employment skills

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Mistry, U. (2022). Business games help students build employment skills. Journal of Accountancy .
AuthorsMistry, U.
Abstract

Accounting graduates are expected to have certain skills, such as analytical, communication, and presentation skills. They are also expected to be able to critically evaluate arguments and evidence, be independent and self-managed learners, and work well with others. Business games can help students develop these skills.

Keywordsbusiness game, employability skills, accounting education, professional accountancy bodies
Year2022
JournalJournal of Accountancy
Web address (URL)https://www.journalofaccountancy.com/newsletters/academic-update/business-games-help-students-build-employment-skills.html
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Print12 Oct 2022
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Accepted12 Oct 2022
Deposited17 Oct 2022
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