A Global History of Accounting, Financial Reporting and Public Policy: Asia and Oceania
The Global Accounting History four volume set aims to establish a benchmark reference source that covers the evolution of accounting, financial reporting and related institutions for all major economies in the world in a comparable way. Volume Three considers six nations from Asia and Oceania, including Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, and the Republic of Korea. The volume is informed by the knowledge of various regional specialists, who act as authors for each chapter.
What people are saying - Write a review
AASB Account Title accounting education accounting history accounting information accounting practices accounting profession accounting regulation accounting reports accounting statements accounting system administration adopted annual Arthasastra auditors Australian accounting balance sheet Bank Beiyang Government bookkeeping method bookkeeping reports capital market cash flows Chartered Accountants CLERP Commercial Law Committee Company Law consolidated financial statements Corporate Accounting Principles Corporate Accounting Standards corporate governance cost CPA Australia development of accounting disclosure double-entry bookkeeping Dutch economic development established financial accounting financial reports system financial statements firms fixed assets foreign format ICAI IFRS income statement India Indonesian industries Institute international accounting investment investors issued Japan Kautilya Korean accounting Kuaiji Lu liabilities Ministry of Finance modern People’s Republic period preparation profits public accountants Qing Dynasty records Red Account reform regulatory Republic of China Research revenues rules sector Sizhu State-owned statement of changes Sukoharsono University University of Indonesia Western