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ACCOUNTANCY BUSINESS AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Volume 17 - 2018
Auditors of Nonpublic Companies be allowed to provide Tax Services to
Audit Clients? Dave Thompson Jr. and Aisha G. Meeks, pages 1-14.
An Investigation of Nonprofit
Executive Compensation Levels
and their Relationship to Relevant Accounting Based Performance Metrics,
F Phillips, page 15-28
2017 Tax Reform in
the United States – A Quantitative Analysis of Corporate Rate Reduction,
Stein Smith, Richard Lahijani and Rossen Petkov, page 29-45.
Capital Budgeting Techniques
in Sri Lanka: A Survey, P. Pratheepkanth
and P. Premkanth, pages 46-62.
Ontario Chartered Accountant
Association’s Disciplinary Process: Can Self-Governance, Public
Interest and Capitalism
ever Coexist? Leslie J.
Wardley, Valorie M. Leonard and Charles H.
Bélanger, pages 63-88.
Forensic Accounting Education
An exploratory study with diverse stakeholders, Ganga Bhavani,
Christian Tabi Amponsah and Anupam
Mehta, pages 89-105.
Board Characteristics and
Earnings Management: A Literature Review for gap analysis in Emerging
Nimisha Kapoor and Sandeep
Goel, pages 106-131.
auditors involved in the determinants of environmental audit? Ansi Henda
Hichem, pages 132-141.
Financial and non-financial
Determinants of Asian automobile stock prices, Umaid A Sheikh,
Chaudhry and Umer Mukhtar, pages 142-163.
Investors Onboard: A Corporate Social Responsibility Crisis Response
Clarence Goh, pages 164-175.
Accounting Software and Its
on the Demand for Accountants in Small Business, Daniel H Boylan,
Cassandra Dennery and Cavan L Boylan, pages 176-186.
The Incentives for
Chinese Investments in Pakistan: An
Analysis from the Perspective of the Belt and the Road, Edna Gnomblerou,
Responsibility (CSR) Standards and Reporting: Conventional (Australian)
Versus Islamic Banks by Mansoor Khan, pages 202 – 228.