Issues in Financial Accounting and Reporting by P-EmeraldGroupPubl

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The decision to adopt IFRS equivalents marked a significant event in the history of accounting in Australia and New Zealand, and had global significance because of the role both these countries played as members of the G4+1 group of national accounting standard setting bodies, which disbanded upon the creation of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) in 2001. This special issue aims to be a useful contribution to the debate on financial accounting and reporting, as we believe research informed evidence is essential to help guide regulators and investors on the path forward.

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									Issues in Financial
Accounting and Reporting
Issues in Financial Accounting and Reporting
Pacific Accounting Review

Author: David Lont
Author: Norman Wong



Edition: Volume 22, Issue 2
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The decision to adopt IFRS equivalents marked a significant event in the history of accounting in Australia
and New Zealand, and had global significance because of the role both these countries played as
members of the G4+1 group of national accounting standard setting bodies, which disbanded upon the
creation of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) in 2001. This special issue aims to be a
useful contribution to the debate on financial accounting and reporting, as we believe research informed
evidence is essential to help guide regulators and investors on the path forward.

								
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