3 edition of Accounting, banking and corporate financial management in emerging economies found in the catalog.
Accounting, banking and corporate financial management in emerging economies
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Victor Murinde.|
|Series||Research in accounting in emerging economies -- v. 7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 492 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||492|
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to do. To be fair, it is true that corporate financial theory has made advances in taking commonsense principles and providing structure, but these advances have been primarily on the details. The story line in corporate finance has remained remarkably consistent over time. Talking about story lines allows me to set the first theme of this book. reactive and proactive management of corporate finance. Multinational finance is multidisciplinary in nature, while an understanding of economic theories and principles is necessary to estimate and model financial decisions, financial accounting and management accounting help in decision making in financial management at multinational level.
Financial Services Industry Emerging market risks and challenges for financial accounting and reporting Overview Companies across the Financial Services Industry (FSI) are facing increased risks and challenges as a result of the constantly evolving complexities presented by financial accounting, reporting and regulatory requirements. In order to optimise the bank’s activities in the financial markets, interest rate swaps are only traded externally out of the trading book and internally between the trading book and the banking book. Term deposits, on the other hand, are only traded externally out of the banking book and internally between the banking book and the trading book.
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Accounting, Banking and Corporate Financial Management in Emerging Economies, Volume 7 V. Murinde 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).
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction: accounting, banking and corporate financial management in emerging economies / Victor Murinde --Goodwill on consolidation as an indicator of progress in transition economies: evidence from Polish listed group financial statements / Marek.
Get this from a library. Accounting, banking and corporate financial management in emerging economies. [Victor Murinde;] -- The three themes covered by this book are: accounting and financial reporting, banking and microfinance lending and corporate financing and financial markets.
In the banking and corporate financial management in emerging economies book, the research on management accounting techniques employed in the emerging economies has been increasing tremendously. Surprisingly, the management accounting research on those nations has been labeled as esoteric regardless of numerous people living in.
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Both these types of accounting are examined in the following paragraphs. We review the empirical accounting literature that focuses on banking, which is a relatively large industry specific literature. Potential explanations for the prominence of banks in accounting research include the prevalence of financial assets and liabilities in banks, the use of recognized accounting numbers in the prudential regulation of banks, and easier isolation and modeling of banks Cited by:.
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