Comparative International Accounting
FT Prentice Hall
Chris W. Nobes
8 Rev ed
" Comparative International Accounting" takes a comprehensive look at the international dimensions of financial accounting and reporting. Whilst the majority of chapters have been written by the book's two main authors, the text includes several contributions from a diverse group of international experts, all of whom are leading practitioners or academics. The text is split into four distinct parts with Part 1 giving an overview of international differences in accounting and financial reporting. Part 2 examines individual countries and includes country studies of UK, US, The Netherlands, France, Germany, Japan, Australia, Canada, Singapore, Scandinavia, Central and Eastern Europe and China. Part 3 looks at issues in financial accounting and the final part looks at analysis and management issues.