Asian Review of Accounting: Volume 21 Issue 2
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Management accounting practices and the turnaround processNoor Hasniza Haron, Ibrahim Kamal Abdul Rahman, Malcolm Smith
The paper aims to provide a longitudinal view of successful turnaround phases and of how management accounting practices played a significant role in improving performance…
Exploring hegemonic change in China: a case of accounting evolutionLina Xu, Corinne Cortese, Eagle Zhang
This paper aims to provide an understanding of how accounting systems have changed across four distinct periods of hegemonic leadership in China.
Executive remuneration in China: a literature reviewPeter Rampling, Ian Eddie, Jackie Liu
Kato & Long state that executive compensation has attracted much attention from economists in the past two decades yet most academic work on executive compensation has…
Developing critical thinking skills and effective co‐operative international accounting degree programs in ChinaHong He, Russell Craig, Jing Wen
The authors aim to critically review the co‐operative education program conducted between 20 Chinese universities and the Certified General Accountants’ Association of Canada.
Communication apprehension and communication self‐efficacy in accounting studentsTrevor Hassall, Jose L. Arquero, John Joyce, Jose M. Gonzalez
The purpose of this paper is to establish a link between communication apprehension and communication self‐efficacy in accounting students.
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- Prof. Haiyan Zhou