Accounting, Auditing & Governance in the SAARC group of nations,Business Group Affiliation, Earnings Management and Audit Quality: Evidence from Bangladesh,Combating Corruption in a Microfinance Institution,Corporate Governance and Risk Reporting: Indian Evidence,CSR focus in the mission and vision statements of public sector enterprises: Evidence from India,Diffusion of integrated reporting in an emerging south asian (SAARC) nation,Empirical Study on Determinants of Environmental Disclosure: Approach of Selected Conglomerates,IFRS adoption challenges in developing economies: an Indian perspective,Inquiry into the Cultural Impact on Cost Accounting Systems (CAS) in Sri Lanka,The Professionalisation of auditing in less developed countries : The case of Sri Lanka
Accounting, Auditing & Governance in the SAARC group of nations: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka Description
Accounting, Auditing & Governance in the SAARC group of nations: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka
This ebook on 'Accounting in SAARC' was conceptualised to explore the deeper structures of accounting and auditing practices in seven countries of South Asia inclusive of: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. This group of counties represents one of the world's largest population zones with close territorial, historical, social and economic proximity. This geographic zone is dense in population and has emerged as a thriving export and import hub for global business. Despite burgeoning economic activity, global integration from many perspectives has yet to evolve. Financial reporting, audit quality and corporate governance represent one such area where full global integration is evolving. This ebook gives a voice to accounting and auditing researchers who are located in, or have an interest in this community. Managerial Auditing Journal (MAJ) reached out to researchers from the seven SAARC group of countries and sought contributions in their respective areas of expertise and country specific expertise. The special issue sought and received contributions comprised of a wide of topics including: the historical development of accounting and/or the profession; the role of professional accounting bodies in the development of accounting; financial reporting, integrated reporting, accounting standards, regulation and taxation; a critical analysis of financial reporting; accounting in a cultural context; integrated reporting; internal and external auditing; corporate governance mechanisms to improve financial, environmental and social performance; management accounting and controls; the role of accounting education to inspire a new generation of accountants; accounting and accountability issues in the public sector, NGOs, multinational corporations and family businesses.