By Dr. Mathew Tsamenyi, Dr. Shahzad Uddin
Accounting examine in rising economies has grown over the past 20 years. this is often in part a result of expanding realisation that accounting has a vital position to play within the improvement of those economies. Accounting can give a contribution to firm improvement, governance advancements and advertise international direct funding. furthermore, the expanding integration of the area economic system has ended in an important curiosity in knowing accounting structures in rising economies. The articles within the quantity give a contribution immensely to our knowing of the way accounting features in rising economies. The papers have tested quite a few concerns together with the adoption of foreign monetary Reporting criteria (IFRS), net monetary reporting, the affects of possession focus and board features on company functionality, governance practices of companies, company social accountability and environmental accounting, comparable get together transactions, budgetary practices, activity-based costing, and adult females and the accounting occupation. The papers have supplied huge ranging empirical and theoretical matters that would have coverage implications and in addition generate destiny educational debates. total, the amount advances debate at the position of accounting in several sorts of businesses in rising economies. We think the viewers will locate the papers attention-grabbing and insightful by way of theoretical improvement, practices, coverage implications and destiny study instructions.
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There were 185 non-ﬁnancial listed companies on the DSE, 4,890 on the BSE and 621 on the KSE at the end of 1999. A list of company names with mailing addresses for 150 companies listed on the DSE, 500 on the BSE and 300 on the KSE was prepared from the websites of the companies and the stock exchange list. 1 However, only 40 reports were collected in this way. Consequently, the DSE in Bangladesh, the Research Development Association in India and Paksearch2 in Pakistan were contacted to obtain annual reports for the year 1997–1998.
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