Class Size and Student Performance in Introductory Accounting Courses: Further Evidence.
Investigates the effect of large sections on accounting student performance and perceptions in the introductory courses. Use of a research design which controls for instructor, mode of instruction, examination content and university setting; Class size's apparent lack of effect on the student's interest in accounting or overall perception of the professor's effectiveness.
Hill, Mary Callahan. "Class Size and Student Performance in Introductory Accounting Courses: Further Evidence." Issues in Accounting Education 13.1 (1998): 47-64.