1. The Library of International Accounting series

    Series editor: Christopher W. Nobes, Royal Holloway University of London, UK

    This major new series builds on the success of the previous Library of International Accounting series by bringing together the latest developments in the field of international accounting. As such it forms an indispensable companion to the earlier series, which examined the foundations of the subject. The five titles included in the New Library of International Accounting series present outstanding selections of the most important recent articles in the main fields of research in international accounting, making them more accessible to a wider audience. The editors of each volume have written a comprehensive introduction to accompany their selection of articles. The series will be an essential reference source for students, researchers and lecturers concerned with international accounting. Key series features: * Each volume presents a completely up-to-date selection of material representing the latest thinking on the subject. * The articles are selected by a leading specialist working in the field who has written an authoritative introduction to accompany the literature. * Many of the articles are from specialized international journals and not readily accessible in every library. * All the articles are reproduced as originally published, inclusive of footnotes and pagination, to facilitate reference.

Books in this series

TOTAL: 5
  1. Country Studies in International Accounting – Europe

    Country Studies in International Accounting – Europe

    Edited by Peter Walton
    This volume brings together a series of key articles concerning the major accounting jurisdictions within Europe. The articles cover the evolution of financial reporting in various countries and deal with features of their accounting environment which distinguish them from other jurisdictions. It is a unique collection of material which will be an essential aid for students and researchers in comparative international reporting. Learn More
    1996   Hardback Price: $ 434.00   Web: $ 390.60
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  2. International Harmonization of Accounting

    International Harmonization of Accounting

    Edited by Christopher W. Nobes
    This volume contains 27 papers and documents and is divided into four parts: the Measurement of Harmonisation; The International Accounting Standards Committee (IASC); European Harmonisation and Official Material. Learn More
    1996   Hardback Price: $ 285.00   Web: $ 256.50
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  3. Country Studies in International Accounting – Americas and the Far East

    Country Studies in International Accounting – Americas and the Far East

    Edited by Gary K. Meek
    This important volume contains research articles about international accounting issues related to the countries of the Americas and the Far East. Learn More
    1996   Hardback Price: $ 295.00   Web: $ 265.50
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  4. Financial Reporting by Multinationals

    Financial Reporting by Multinationals

    Edited by Carol A. Adams, Clare B. Roberts
    Financial Reporting by Multinationals is concerned with financial reporting issues resulting from the growth and spread of multinational corporations. The book consists of up to date readings from a broad range of international journals which look at, and evaluate, the financial accounting techniques adopted in different parts of the world for dealing with issues such as group accounting, segmental reporting, foreign currency translation and inflation accounting. It also includes articles concerned with financial reporting issues resulting from the globalization of world stock markets from a corporate, investor and stock market perspective. The final section considers issues for other users of multinational financial reports such as host governments and employees. Learn More
    1996   Hardback Price: $ 320.00   Web: $ 288.00
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  5. International Accounting

    International Accounting

    Edited by Christopher W. Nobes
    This volume contains 21 papers divided into three parts: introductory issues; the measurement and effects of diversity; and classification. The final parts looks at the scope of and the reasons for studying international accounting. There are also some papers on the causes of international differences, in particular the effects of international influences on a country’s accounting practices. The papers in the second part examine the degree of accounting difference internationally and the reactions to this of companies and users of financial statements. The third part looks at several attempts to put countries into groups by similarities and differences in accounting. Several of these papers refer critically to others in the group, so that a corpus of knowledge in this field has been built up. Learn More
    1996   Hardback Price: $ 300.00   Web: $ 270.00
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