Accounting, Banking and Corporate Financial Management in Emerging Economies Vol: 7


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9780762313037
Published:
24 Nov 2006
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
512 pages - 156 x 234 x 28mm
Series:
Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies

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This series arose out of the belief that the international accounting literature should devote more attention to the study of the accounting problems and issues of emerging economies (developing and newly industrialized countries). Through an increasing awareness of the real issues and the accounting practices advocated in it, these works have become relevant to the actual needs of its readers, and is making real contributions to the accounting development process of emerging economies. The volumes presented aim to: raise the level of interest in the specific problems of accounting in emerging economies; and increase awareness of real issues, so that accounting in these countries will not just be seen as a matter of copying what is done in the industrialized countries. It provides an authoritative overview of the research and progress in this field.
Introduction: Accounting, Banking and Corporate Financial Management in Emerging Economies. Theme 1: Accounting and Financial Reporting Goodwill on Consolidation as an Indicator of Progress in Transition Economies: Evidence from Polish Listed Group Financials Statements. Lending Decisions and Accounting Information: Evidence from Bangladesh. Quarterly financial Reporting: A Survey of Malaysian Users and Preparers. Post-Colonial Accounting Development and the Nexus of Domestic-Global Interests in Emerging Economies. Corporate Mandatory Disclosure by Financial Institutions in Uganda. Acceptance of International Accounting Standard-Setting: Emerging Economies Versus Developed Countries. Theme 2: Banking and Microfinance Lending. The Impact of Capital Requirements on Bank Behaviour: Evidence from Jordan. Regulatory Intervention and Resolution of Failed Banks in Uganda. Micro and Small Enterprise Development in Sub-saharan Africa: a Macro Analysis. Risk Behaviour and Group Formation in Micrcredit Groups in Eritrea. Impact of Investment in Information Technology on Bank Productivity and Profitability: Evidence from Jordan. The Response of Financial Savings to Financial Sector Liberalization. Impact of Access to Credit on Household Welfare in Rural Vietnam. The Implications of the One Size Fits All Microfinance lending model on Enterprise Formation and Growth: An Analysis of the Liquidity Problems of Microenterprises. Theme 3: Corporate Financing and Financial Markets. Prediction of Corporate Financial Distress: Evidence from Malaysian Listed Firms. During the Asian Financial Crisis. A Portfolio Approach to Firms Financing Decisions: Evidence from India Using the Almost Ideal Demand System. Selfishness or Co-operation: Trade Credit in Manufacturing Firms in Eritrea. The Small Firm and Price-Earning Effects: Evidence from African Stock Markets. Company Financial Structures in Emerging Economies: Evidence from a Comparative Analysis of Thai and Malay Companies. Measuring the Cost of Equity in Frontier Financial Markets.

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