Accounting schools are scrambling to stay ahead of the IFRS curve.
Last spring, Rama Ramamuthy, a professor of accounting at William & Mary's Mason School of Business, devoted eight weeks of a graduate class to IFRS. Her students were "very receptive," she said, and the classroom discussions over application of IFRS principles in accounting situations became "quite feisty."
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