Comparison Of International Accounting Standards, Demand For Multinational Accounting And Implication for International Accounting Harmonization
This study discusses practical approach to international accounting conceptualization, reviews literature on international accounting harmonization, and highlights possible reasons for the weak adherence to international accounting standards. It compares specific requirements of the Security Exchange Commission, Financial Accounting Standards Board, International Accounting Standards Committee, Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development, European Economic Community, and the United Nations, on the disclosure of international operations of multinational enterprises in order to determine the degree to which these requirements are similar and by inference, the probably contribution to harmonization.
Journal of Applied Business Research
Mulugetta, Abraham, "Comparison Of International Accounting Standards, Demand For Multinational Accounting And Implication for International Accounting Harmonization" (1990). Finance and International Business Faculty Publications. 16.