Asian Review of Accounting: Volume 16 Issue 3


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Stock option disclosures of directors: where transparency can mask secrecy

Jodie Nelson, Majella Percy

The paper's aim is to investigate the stock option disclosures of directors and the five most highly remunerated officers in the directors' report of Australian companies…


The diffusion of technological and management accounting innovation: Malaysian evidence

Malcolm Smith, Zaharah Abdullah, Rafizan Abdul Razak

The study aims to examine the scope and extent of technological and management accounting innovation in Malaysia by identifying the stage of development of practice in…


Internal audit outsourcing practice and rationales: SME evidence from New Zealand

Karen Van Peursem, Lehan Jiang

This study seeks to examine practices in, and rationales for, internal audit outsourcing in New Zealand (NZ) companies. The purpose is to assess whether practice and…


Public sector accounting education in Australian universities: Obstacles and opportunities

Nick Sciulli, Robert Sims

In Australia, the public sector represents a significant component of the Australian economy and is a major employer across all states and territories. A constant stream…


A content and citation analysis of accounting education manuscripts published in the Asian Review of Accounting: 1992‐2007

Jeffrey Faux

The purpose of this paper is to analyse the accounting education manuscripts published in the Asian Review of Accounting from 1992 to 2007.

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