Accounting and the Global Economy After Sarbanes-Oxley
M.E. Sharpe, 2008 - Business & Economics - 258 pages
This book is essential for students and practitioners in accounting, international business, finance, and economics. In a straightforward and readable style, it focuses on the changing accounting and auditing standards in national and global economies in the post-Enron/Arthur Andersen era.
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