Asian Review of Accounting: Volume 15 Issue 2
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Approaches to learning accounting: a cross‐cultural studyJohn Donald, Beverley Jackling
The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between the cultural background of students and their learning approaches in a first year undergraduate accounting program.
Attitudes towards plagiarism among undergraduate accounting students: Malaysian evidenceMalcolm Smith, Noorlaila Ghazali, Siti Fatimah Noor Minhad
The purpose of this study is to examine undergraduate accounting students' perceptions of factors contributing to plagiarism activities.
Audit committee characteristics and earnings management: evidence from MalaysiaNorman Mohd Saleh, Takiah Mohd Iskandar, Mohd Mohid Rahmat
Conflicts between managers and outside auditors may exist in choosing alternative accounting procedures. Since auditors are appointed by the firm, they are subject to…
Applying stakeholder theory to analyze corporate environmental performance: Evidence from Australian listed companiesEvangeline Elijido‐Ten
Stakeholder theory has been used extensively as it offers a way to address the changing demands in a dynamic business environment. This study aims to use stakeholder…
Environmental disclosure and performance reporting in MalaysiaMalcolm Smith, Khadijah Yahya, Ahmad Marzuki Amiruddin
The purpose of this paper is to examine the extent to which the environmental disclosures in annual reports of companies listed on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange are…
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