Accounting Education In South Asia
Explores Distinctive Features, Social Systems, Economies, Educational Systems And Arrangements For Accounting Education Under University System And Institutions Of Professional Accountants In South Asia. Also Makes Detailed Suggestions For Quality Improvement And Inter-Institution And Inter-Country Cooperation. Has Six Chapters And Seven Appendices.
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