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Advances in Public Interest Accounting Vol: 7

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07 Aug 1998
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
324 pages - 156 x 234 x 20mm
Advances in Public Interest Accounting


This seventh volume in the series deals with a variety of topics in the field of advances in public interest accounting.
Educational qualifications and gender: accounting for women as adjuncts (F.A. Buckless et al.). The earning gap between male and female accounting professionals: empirical evidence and explanations (Le Thi Cao et al.). Corporate disclosure regulation and practice in Central Africa (C.M. Elad). The effect of gender on role perceptions of accountants: twenty years through the looking glass (C.R. Enis). Disposal of the C gap: the production and consumption of accounting research and practical accounting systems (R. Munro). The role of accounting in the privatization of state trading activities in New Zealand (J. Pallot). A comparative study of the antecedents of job dissatisfaction and turnover intentions among women and men in public accounting firms (K.J. Smith et al.). Transforming the way the NHS performs? implementing information technology in nursing (C. Westrup). Accountability and decision making: analyzing corporate responses to the exposure draft for post retirement benefits other than pensions (H. Wolk et al.). Public Interest Forum. Is the past disappearing? (P. Fritzsche). Poet's Corner. Accounting for the unaccountable (L.D. Parker).

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