International accounting and multinational enterprises

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J. Wiley, 2002 - Business & Economics - 459 pages
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Emphasis is on the broader international business environment and the context in which accounting is practiced worldwide.
* Explains how the development of equity markets around the world has strongly influenced a convergence of key accounting practices.
* Focused on the business strategies of MNEs and how accounting applies to these strategies.

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Contents

Accounting Development in the Global Economy
19
Comparative International Financial Accounting
35
Intemational Financial Statement Analysis
71
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Lee H. Radebaugh, MBA, DBA (Indiana)
Professor Radebaugh is the Director if the School of Accountancy and Information Systems and KPMG Professor of Accounting at Brigham Young University. In addition, he is the Executive Director at the BYU Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER). He received his MBA and Doctorate from Indiana University. He previously taught at Penn State University from 1972 to 1980. In 1975 he was a visiting professor at Escuela de Administración de Negocios para Graduados (ESAN), a graduate business school in Lima, Peru. In 1985, he was the James Cusator Wards visiting professor at Glasgow University in Scotland. He was Associate Dean of the Marriott School of Management from 1984 to 1991.

Sidney J. Gray, BEc (Sydney), Ph.D. (Lancaster), FCCA, CPA, ACIS, MIMgt
Professor Gray received his economics degree from the University of Sydney and his Ph.D. in international accounting from the University of Lancaster. He teaches and researches international business strategy, cross-cultural management and international accounting at the university of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, where he is Professor and Head of the School of International Business. He was formerly a Professor at the University of Warwick in England and the University of Glasgow in Scotland.

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