Christopher Nobes is a world renowned scholar in the field of international accounting. This important book presents a carefully edited selection of his work - written over a period of 20 years - on comparative international financial reporting. It will improve access to an important body of literature published over a wide range of journals and will be an essential source for both academics and students alike.
The book features discussions on:
* the international origins of bookkeeping
* classification of accounting systems
* differences in international accounting systems and their effects
* European harmonization
* IASC harmonization
International Accounting and Comparative Financial Reporting will be welcomed by academics and senior students interested in both national and international accounting.