Accounting

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1. Theoretical Perspectives on Sustainability Reporting: A Literature Review

By Maria da Conceição da Costa Tavares and Alcina Portugal Dias

Part of book: Accounting from a Cross-Cultural Perspective

2. Accounting Choices in Corporate Financial Reporting: A Literature Review of Positive Accounting Theory

By İdil Kaya

Part of book: Accounting and Corporate Reporting - Today and Tomorrow

3. Integrated Reporting: A Template for Energy Companies

By Gülçin Yıldırım, Tuğçe Uzun Kocamış and Figen Öker Türüdüoğlu

Part of book: Accounting and Corporate Reporting - Today and Tomorrow

4. Associativism of Accounting Professionals

By Osmar Antonio Bonzanini, Amélia Cristina Ferreira da Silva and Teresa Gabriela Marques Leite

Part of book: Accounting and Corporate Reporting - Today and Tomorrow

5. Historical Development of Government Accounting

By Mihriban Coşkun Arslan

Part of book: Accounting and Corporate Reporting - Today and Tomorrow

6. Adaptation of International Accounting Standards: Case of Portugal

By Helena Isabel Barroso Saraiva, Maria‐Céu F.G. Alves and Vítor M.S. Gabriel

Part of book: Accounting and Corporate Reporting - Today and Tomorrow

7. Behavioral Accounting and its Interactions

By Filiz Angay Kutluk

Part of book: Accounting and Corporate Reporting - Today and Tomorrow

8. Graphical and Textual Presentations in Financial Reports

By Seedwell T.M. Sithole

Part of book: Accounting and Corporate Reporting - Today and Tomorrow

9. The Factors Used to Create Performance-Based Budgeting: A Research on Turkey

By Hakan Vahit Erkutlu, Şükran Güngör Tanç and Seyhan Çil Koçyiğit

Part of book: Accounting and Corporate Reporting - Today and Tomorrow

10. Ethical Awareness, Ethical Decision Making, and Transparency: A Study on Turkish CPAs in Istanbul

By Nida Türegün

Part of book: Accounting from a Cross-Cultural Perspective