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Accounting and Corporate Reporting: Today and Tomorrow

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Accounting and Corporate Reporting: Today and Tomorrow
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535135500
Number of pages: 338

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This volume contains chapters to discuss the today's and tomorrow's accounting and corporate reporting phenomena in a comprehensive and multidimensional way. Therefore, this book is organized into six sections: Achieving Sustainability through Corporate Reporting, International Standardization, Financial Reporting Quality, Accounting Profession and Behavioral Aspects, Public Sector Accounting and Reporting, and Managerial Accounting.

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