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An Analysis of the Influence of the New National Accounting System on Guizhou Higher Education Financial Learning

Xu Li

Abstract


After the promulgation and implementation of the national accounting system, the financial industry’s requirements
for financial professionals had developed in a standardized, institutionalized, scientific, and systematic direction, and the management and application strategies. Based on the interpretation of the new national accounting system, the learning objectives and
learning methods were re-established to cope with the latest financial environment under the new national accounting system.
They improved the financial learning effect of colleges and universities. This study raised three research objectives: understanding
the academic standard of the new national accounting system, learning the practice of student learning attitudes, and suggesting
knowledge advancement for Guizhou accounting and financial students.

Keywords


New National Accounting System; Guizhou Higher Education ; Financial Learning

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i6.2815

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