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Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, volume 9 - Table of Contents and Contributors

List of contributors

The adoption of international financial reporting standards (IFRS) in emerging economies: the case for South Asia
Muhammad Jahangir Ali, Kamran Ahmed and Ian A. Eddie

Company characteristics as determinants of internet financial reporting in emerging markets – the case of Egypt
Abdelmohsen M. Desoky

Ownership concentration, board characteristics and performance: evidence from Jordan
Aziz Jaafar and Mahmoud El-Shawa

The responsibilities of the board: the level of compliance of Latin Americans’ companies to the oecd principles of corporate governance
Carlos Henrique Kitagawa, Maisa Robeiro, and Paula Carolina Nardi

Corporate social reporting (CSR) in emerging economies: a review and future direction
Belal Ataur and Mahmood Momin

Social and environmental accounting in Malaysia: practitioners’ views
Norhayah Zulkifli, Brian Telford and Neil Marriot

Implementing public sector accounting reform in Russia: evidence from one university
Konstantin Timoshenko and Pawan Adhikari

The budget process in Jordanian private universities (JPUS)
Osama Mah’d and Roger Buckland

An empirical study of activity-based costing systems (ABC) within the Jordanian industrial sector: critical success factors and barriers to ABC implementation
Mahmoud Nasser, David Morris and Andrew Thomas

Female accountants in partnership positions: personae non grata?
Maria Krambia-Kapardis and Anastasios Zopiatis.

The current status of related party disclosure in india: a longitudinal analysis
Bikram Chatterjee, Monir Zaman Mir and Omar Al Farooque

The audit expectation gap concept: examining views on auditers’ reports from Ghana
Joseph Mensah Onumah, Samuel Nana Yaw Simpson, Adafula Babonyire

Regulators and regulations for financial instruments in the context of financial crisis – two emergent countries’ point of view
Dumitru Matiş, Jiri Strouhal, And Carmen Giorgiana Bonaci

List of Contributors

Pawan Adhikari, Bodø Graduate School of Business, Bodø University College, Bodø, Norway
Kamran Ahmed, School of Business, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia
Muhammad Jahangir Ali, School of Business, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia
Omar Al Farooque, School of Business, Economics and Public Policy, University of New England Armidale, Australia
Belal Ataur, Aston University, UK
Adafula Babonyire, University of Ghana Business School, Ghana
Carmen Giorgiana Bonaci, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
Roger Buckland, University of Aberdeen, UK
Bikram Chatterjee, School of Accounting, Charles Sturt University, Australia
Abdelmohsen M. Desoky, Faculty of Commerce, South Valley University, Egypt
Ian A. Eddie, School of Business and Government, the University of Canberra, Australia
Mahmoud El-Shawa, Treasury Division, Bank of Palestine PLC, Gaza, Palestine
Aziz Jaafar, Financial Studies Division, Bangor Business School, Bangor University,   UK
Carlos Henrique Kitagawa, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
Maria Krambia-Kapardis, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
Joseph Mensah Onumah, University of Ghana Business School, Ghana
Osama Mah’d, University of Aberdeen, UK      
Neil Marriott, Winchester Business School, University of Winchester, UK
Dumitru Matis, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
Monir Zaman Mir, Faculty of Business and Government, University of Canberra, AustraliaMahmood Momin, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
David Morris, Newport Business School, University of Wales Newport, UK
Paula Carolina Nardi, Colleges COC, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Mahmoud Nasser, Newport Business School, University of Wales Newport, UK
Maisa Robeiro, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Samuel Nana Yaw Simpson, University of Ghana Business School, Ghana
Jiri Strouhal, University of Economics, Prague
Brian Telford, Glamorgan Business School, University of Glamorgan, Wales, UK
Andrew Thomas, Newport Business School, University of Wales Newport,UK
Konstantin Timoshenko, Bodø Graduate School of Business, Bodø University College, Bodø, Norway
Anastasios Zopiatis, The Hotel and Tourism Management Department, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus.
Norhayah Zulkifli, Faculty of Business and Accountancy, University of Malaya, Malaysia