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Res Third World Accounting Vol 2

Volume Two in a series which aims to focus on the specific problems of accounting in developing countries and discuss theoretical, empirical and applied research to the macro and micro accounting issues of developing countries.
Res Third World Accounting Vol 2
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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.
Author
Wallace Olusegun Wallace, Olusegun Wallace
Short Title
RES 3RD WORLD ACCOUNTING VOL 2
Series
Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies
Language
English
ISBN-10
1559384190
ISBN-13
9781559384193
Media
Book
Format
Hardcover
DEWEY
657.091
Series Number
2
Year
1992
Publication Date
1992-12-31
Pages
399
Publisher
Elsevier
Illustrations
Yes
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