New Trends in Finance and Accounting

Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference on Finance and Accounting

  • David Procházka
Conference proceedings

Part of the Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics book series (SPBE)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Aleš Michl
    Pages 1-15
  3. Nesrin Ozatac, Mohamad Kaakeh, Bezhan Rustamov
    Pages 49-59
  4. Efehan Ulas, Burak Keskin
    Pages 61-70
  5. Martina Hejdová, Hana Džmuráňová, Petr Teplý
    Pages 149-160
  6. Monika Wieczorek-Kosmala, Daniel Szewieczek, Helena Ogrodnik, Maria Gorczyńska
    Pages 183-195
  7. Zoriana Matsuk, Fitim Deari
    Pages 197-208
  8. Miroslava Vašeková, Martina Mateášová
    Pages 271-279
  9. Anna Kireenko, Yuriy Ivanov, Ekaterina Nevzorova, Olga Polyakova
    Pages 301-312
  10. Paulina Ucieklak-Jeż, Agnieszka Bem, Rafał Siedlecki
    Pages 313-322
  11. Michal Plaček, František Ochrana, Martin Schmidt, Milan Půček
    Pages 347-354
  12. Jiří Pospíšil, Marzena Strojek-Filus
    Pages 419-431
  13. Michal Šindelář, Libuše Müllerová
    Pages 443-452
  14. Tudor Oprisor, Andrei-Razvan Crisan
    Pages 473-484
  15. Michał Chalastra, Anna Siemionek, Roman Kotapski
    Pages 537-546

About these proceedings


This book presents the most current trends in the field of finance and accounting from an international perspective. Featuring contributions presented at the 17th Annual Conference on Finance and Accounting at the University of Economics in Prague, this title provides a mix of research methods used to uncover the hidden consequences of accounting convergence in the private (IFRS) and public sectors (IPSAS). Topics covered include international taxation (from both the micro- and macroeconomic level), international investment, monetary economics, risk management, management accounting, auditing, investment capital, corporate finance and banking, among others.

The global business environment shapes the international financial flows of finance and the demand for international harmonization of accounting. As such, the field of global finance and accounting has encountered some new challenges. For example, policy-makers and regulators are forced to restructure their tools to tackle with new features of trading at global capital markets and international investment. This book complements this global view of development with country-specific studies, focusing on emerging and transitioning economies, which are affected indirectly and in unforeseen ways. The combination of global perspective and local specifics makes this volume attractive and useful to academics, researchers, regulators and policy-makers in the field of finance and accounting.


Accounting Corporate Finance International Finance Banking Monetary Economics

Editors and affiliations

  • David Procházka
    • 1
  1. 1.Faculty of Finance and AccountingUniversity of EconomicsPragueCzech Republic

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