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Accounting Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Abstract

This chapter reports on the education segment of the USAID Accounting Reform Project in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The USAID program trained both professors and practitioners. One of the authors was a consultant for the private consulting firm that won the USAID contract for Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Keywords

Audit Firm International Account Standard Reform Project Accounting Organization Accounting Education 
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