Meditari Accountancy Research: Volume 20 Issue 1


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The readability of Managerial Accounting and Financial Management textbooks

Karen Bargate

University Accountancy faculty need criteria to assist with the selection of textbooks, to ensure that the subject matter is congruent with the level at which students are…

The value relevance of corporate responsibility reporting: South African evidence

Marna de Klerk, Charl de Villiers

Corporate responsibility reporting (CRR) deals with companies’ ethical, economic, environmental, and social impacts. The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the…

Tax design to reduce passenger vehicle CO2 emissions

Rudie Nel, Gerhard Nienaber

Since its introduction in South Africa during 2009, the ability of vehicle emissions tax to reduce CO2 emissions has been questioned, but not yet assessed. The purpose of…

Dynamics in capital structure determinants in South Africa

Anil Ramjee, Tendai Gwatidzo

The purpose of this paper is to use a dynamic model to investigate capital structure determinants for 178 firms listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange for the period…

A holistic investigation into a tutor programme in first‐year Financial Accounting

L.P. Steenkamp, R.S. Baard, B.L. Frick

Student success and attrition, especially in the first year, has received increasing attention both in South Africa and internationally. The purpose of this article is to…

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