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This study examines the impact of recent ethical scandals on business students' perceptions of the accounting profession and related regulatory reforms, and whether such perceptions may be differentiated by maturity. Student maturity is distinguished by age, class standing, and number of accounting classes taken so far. The study results are based on a survey of student perceptions regarding their understanding of recent accounting scandals and related regulations, the adequacy of the responsedoi:10.19030/tlc.v5i1.1321 fatcat:okqkmmo2lfhnrkllcxcfksug6a