Accounting in developing countries - the search for appropriate technologies, Ken V. Peasnell. Part 1 Corporate financial reporting regulation and practices: international accounting standards in the Third World - a synthesis of five articles, John M. Samuels; international accounting standards and economic growth - an empirical investigation of their relationship in Africa, Robert K. Larson; the accounting systems of the Caribbean - their evolution and role in economic growth and development, Robertine Chaderton and Peter J. Taylor; accounting, economic and environmental incluences - on reporting practices in Third World countries - the case of Morocco, Moshe Hagigi and Patricia A. Williams; accounting regulation in Poland - current issues, Alicja A. Jaruga; issues on development of accounting standards for developing and newly-industrialized countries, R.S. Olusegun Wallace. Part 2 Education and training: education, accountability and development in the Third World, James B. Ghartey; problems of recruiting and retraining qualified government accountants and auditors in developing countries, Mahendra R. Gujarathi and Peter Dean; improving the accounting infrastructure in developing countries, R.S. Olusegun Wallace and Richard J. Briston; restructuring the accounting function in the Third World - Madagascar's approach, Maureen Berry and Peter Holzer; the role and training of accounting technicians - IFAC's IEG no 7 and its relevance for South East Asia, Richard J. Briston and Yunus Hadori; does training more accountants raise the standards of accounting? further evidence from Tanzania, Abdiel G. Abayo and Clare B. Roberts. Part 3 Accounting and auditing in three countries: accountancy and its development in the Soviet Union, Adolf J.V. Enthoven and Jaroslov V. Sokolov; the auditing profession in Brunei, See Liang Foo; financial accounting in state-owned enterprises in China, Clifford R. Skousen, et al. Part 4 Stock markets and financial institutions in three countries: structural adjustment programme and its impact on the Nigerian stock market, Afolabi Soyode; thin trading and index sensitivity in events studies - the case of the Indonesian stock market, Suad Husnan and Michael Theobald; forecasting performance of Islamic banks - the case of Kuwait finance house, Rifaat A.A. Karim, et al. Epilogue: accounting for the environment and sustainability in lesser developed countries - an exploratory note, Rob Gray and Reza Kouhy.
Wallace Olusegun Wallace, Olusegun Wallace
RES 3RD WORLD ACCOUNTING VOL 2
Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies