Asma Salman

American University in the Emirates

Dr. Asma Salman is an Associate Professor of Finance, serving at the College of Business Administration, at American University in the Emirates. She completed her MBA in Finance & Accounting and earned a PhD in Finance from School of Management at Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China. With research credentials from Brunel Business School, at Brunel University, London, she has been actively engaged in scientific research and has published credible articles in International Journals & Conferences. One of her recent publications on “Bitcoin” has gained wide visibility across the world. She recently went on to achieve the Blockchain Explorer certification from IBM. Dr. Salman also served as the Dubai Cohort supervisor for students under the Nottingham Business School DBA program where she was affiliated as a visiting scholar for eight years. Research has made her gain several awards and honors around the globe. Research interests include, Accounting, International Finance, Blockchain and Digital Currencies.

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Accounting is both an art and science, which governs the communication and processing of the financial information in an organization. Technological advancement is helping the accountants to monitor financial performance in real time. This presents both opportunities and challenges for the current day organizations and accounting professionals alike. This book shows many different aspects to the same accounting principles but from a cross-cultural perspective. The diversity of the authors who contributed to this book signify the importance of accounting from various dimensions while ensuring that standards are adhered to, and principles are followed and applied. This book intends to feature the journey from the double-entry bookkeeping developed in medieval Europe to the changing dynamics of accounting. It is divided into five main sections: The Matching Principle, Ethics in Accounting, Insurance Contracts, Green Accounting, and Financial Instruments.

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