Accounting and Finance Dissertation

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ACC4001: ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE DISSERTATION
FORMAT REQUIREMENTS

Final Dissertation Submission
Hand in one electronic copy through TURNITIN and one printed copy through the SAO. Follow the layout as provided in your disse, and abstract) that precede the main text with lower case Roman numerals beginning with i.  Put page numbers in the right-hand corner. • Number the main text consecutively beginning with Arabic numeral 1 in the right-hand corner.  Check your dissertation to ensure that all pages are present and in numerical order. • Number appendices consecutively with the text, continuing the Arabic numeral sequence. Print: Print your dissertation on a laser printer.  (Some high quality ink jet printers may be acceptable).  The printer must produce output that meets all format and legibility requirements.  Common flaws are: smudges, copy lines, specks, missing pages, margin shifts, slanting of the printed image on the page, and poor paper quality. • Black print with a sharp, dark image

• Single-sided (print on one side) pages
• Double-space the body of the dissertation
• Use 10 to 12 point type.
• Lengthy quotations, footnotes, and bibliographies may be single-spaced with a double space between entries or paragraphs. • Maps, charts, etc. are acceptable
Scanning and mounting: You can scan photographs, tables, and graphs onto dissertation quality paper.  Scan or photocopy photographs into your manuscript.  Do not "glue" or mount photographs into the copy of your dissertation Do not number the title page.  The title page must be double-spaced.  

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The Future of Accounting and Finance within the UK

By

Tony Muff

A dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of

BA Accounting and Finance

at the

University of Northampton

2008
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Accounting project

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