2001

Contemporary Issues in Accounting Regulation

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ISBN: 978-1-4613-7073-4 (Print) 978-1-4615-4589-7 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxi

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    Pages 1-39

    State Versus Market: Contending Interests in the Struggle to Control French Accounting Standardisation

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    Pages 41-58

    The State of Accounting and the State of the State

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    Pages 59-78

    Regulating Accounting Within the Political and Legal System

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    Pages 79-94

    The ‘Public Interest’ in the Context of Accounting Regulation

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    Pages 95-104

    Participation and Non-Participation in the Standard Setting Process

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    Pages 105-118

    Related Party Transactions: A Case Study of Standard Setting in the UK

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    Pages 119-134

    The Regulation of Public Disclosure: An Introductory Analysis with Application to International Accounting Standards

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    Pages 135-153

    Is the Usefulness Approach Useful? Some Reflections on the Utility of Public Information

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    Pages 155-165

    Corporate Governance and Creative Accounting: A Comparison Between Spain and the UK

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    Pages 167-185

    Deregulation of Small Company Financial Reporting in the UK

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    Pages 187-198

    The Impact of Price Controls on Accounting Policy Choice: An International Study of Depreciation Methods in the Electricity Industry

  13. Back Matter

    Pages 199-211