International Corporate Reporting: Global and Diverse (5th Edition)
This textbook provides a comprehensive overview of internationalcorporate reporting which enhances students' understanding ofdiversity and convergence in the field.The authors discuss the institutional and cultural context inwhich international corporate reporting has developed over theyears as well as the global reach of IFRS Standards from the IASBthroughout and beyond the European Union, into interest groups andemerging economies. Other key elements explored throughout the bookinclude assurance through auditing and corporate governance,narrative reporting, strategic and corporate social responsibility,group accounting, current accounting issues and taxation incorporate reports. Indicative research examples show how themethods used in research papers may be understood and applied. Casestudies outline short projects based on corporate cases, withrelated links to material on corporate websites. Helpful andreliable sources of information and data are identified throughhyperlinks to accessible websites. End-of-chapter questionsencourage discussion of the main issues. Throughout there is afocus on accountability and the information needs ofstakeholders.This new edition of a classic text is fullyrevised and updated in order to remain essential reading forstudents of international accounting and corporate reportingglobally. The book will be an invaluable resource for postgraduatetaught programmes and final-year undergraduate courses inaccounting, finance and business studies.