Collection ASU0202 - University of Miami Accounting Conference [university publication]

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University of Miami Accounting Conference [university publication]

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  • 1983 (Creation)

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The UM School of Business (now named the School of Business Administration) was founded in 1929 under President Bowman Foster Ashe. Ashe lured national recognized economist John Thom Holdsworth of Pittsburgh to teach economics and to later serve as the School’s dean. In the 1940s the School expanded its undergraduate offerings to include majors in accounting, commerce, finance and political science. The School started its full-time MBA program in 1948.

In 1973, the school established one of the first Executive MBA programs. In 1979, the school added a health care specialization to its Executive MBA offerings with what is now the Executive MBA in Health Sector Management and Policy program. In the late 1970s, the School gained a permanent facility with the completion of the George W. Jenkins Building and the Elsa and William H. Stubblefield Memorial Classroom Building.

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The publication contains 14 papers presented at the University of Miami Accounting Conference, which was organized by the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants held at the new University of Miami Knight International Conference Center in Miami, Florida on September 22-23, 1983.

The publication includes 7 presentations made by University of Miami faculty.

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  • English

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