Gender gap: Enrolment and career choices of accounting students in Nigerian universities
This study analysed the trend of gender enrolment and factors influencing the career choices of accounting students in universities in the six geo-political zones in Nigeria. It examined the enrolment pattern of accounting students in 36 universities from 2004/2005 to 2009/2010. It also examined the factors influencing the career choices of undergraduate accounting students using data...
Published at FAWE Research Series
Umoren, A.O., Oyerinde, D.T. & Nwobu, O.
Nwobu Obiamaka » Obiamaka Nwobu graduated from Covenant University where she obtained B Sc. in Accounting. She completed her M Sc. in Accounting from the same institution. Her Ph.D thesis is premised on determinants of corporate sustainability reporting in Nigeria. She is a recipient of the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) research grant for the study titled “Gender gap: Enrolment and Career... view full profile
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