The Future of Financial Reporting 2010: Getting to Grips With the Credit Crunch

The credit crunch and its aftermath have led to a serious questioning of some fundamental issues of regulation, measurement and disclosure, and whether the present standard-setting regime has been heading in the wrong direction in terms of stewardship, fair value and financial statement presentation. The ACCA's forum on the future of financial reporting investigates.

 

Inside:

  • Perspectives on international adoption/convergence with IFRS
  • Global accounting standards: an impossible dream or a political nightmare?
  • The future of corporate reporting after the credit crunch
  • The future of financial reporting: an analyst’s view
  • Accounting for (varieties of) capitalism

 

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