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Accounting and Accountability in Emerging and Transition Economies (Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies) download ebook

by Hopper,Trevor Hopper,Zahirul Hoque

Accounting and Accountability in Emerging and Transition Economies (Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies) download ebook
ISBN:
0762310766
ISBN13:
978-0762310760
Author:
Hopper,Trevor Hopper,Zahirul Hoque
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited; 2 edition (December 15, 2003)
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608 pages
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The supplement presents an intriguing combination of 21 chapters, separated for presentation purposes into seven themes, dealing respectively with (1) the role of external agencies in the structural adjustment of emerging and transition economies (3 chapters); (2) the nexus among financial accounting standards, auditing and the reporting of intellectual capital (3 chapters); (3) the interface between corporate governance and financial management (5 chapters); (4) the transformation of public sector accounting and management (3 chapters); (5) the conjunction between liberalization policies and privatisation of state-owned enterprises (3 chapters); (6) the influence of culture and historical antecedents on accounting and accountability (2 chapters); and (7) the role of accounting education and profession in transition economies (2 chapters).