Part of a series which aims to present work across a broad spectrum of regulation issues, with papers covering a wide range of topics. The volumes review essays of recent books, offering insights into regulation and its processes. A glossary related to securities, law and accounting is included.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins : Main papers: auditor reporting for bankrupt companies - evidence on the impact of SAS 59, Van E. Johnson and Inder K. Khurana; the European Union - regulation moves financial reporting toward comparability, Kathleen R. Bindon and Helen Gernon; security price response associated with the accounting regulation of purchase combinations increasing goodwill, Kathleen Blackburn Hethcox; the effect of Peer review on audit economics, Gary Giroux, et al; reducing the incidence of fraudulent financial reporting evaluating the Treadway commission recommendations and potential legislation, Jerry R. Strawser et al; an empirical analysis of the comparability of disclosure tendencies within and across industries - the case of hazardous waste lawsuits, Philip Little et al. Perspectives: public accounting in an older society - some key personnel issues, Stephen E. Loeb. Research reports: aiding and abetting after Central Bank of Denver, Mark A. Segal; reforming accountants liability to third parties and the public interest, A
- Data Publicarii : 25 Aug 1995
- Format : Hardback
- Numar pagini : x,300
- ISBN : 9781559388832