International accounting and multinational enterprises
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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Accounting Development in the Global Economy
Comparative International Financial Accounting
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