Critical Thinking

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CRITICAL THINKING

With the move toward a more principles-based financial reporting framework and increased emphasis on fair value measurement, the ability to consistently make high-quality professional judgments and apply critical thinking skills is increasingly important. Equally important, however, is the ability to do so while acting with a commitment to ethics and integrity.

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Ethical Compass Toolkit: Advanced Case Studies

Barbara Porco, Ph.D., CPA, Fordham University
2016

This module presents 12 ethical dilemmas designed to help students recognize ethical issues. This module includes a... Read More >
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Ethical Compass Toolkit: Burden of Proof

Barbara Porco, Ph.D., CPA, Fordham University
2016

The Burden of Proof includes a presentation discussing the cost of fraud, signs of potential fraud, and factors that may... Read More >
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Ethical Compass Toolkit: Case Studies

Barbara Porco, Ph.D., CPA, Fordham University
2016

This module presents 8 ethical dilemmas designed to help students recognize ethical issues. This module includes a... Read More >
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