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Author: Terence E. Cooke,M. Kikuya
ISBN: 0631182993
Pages: 320 pages
Publisher: Blackwell Pub (February 1, 1992)
Language: English
Category: Economics
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e-Book Financial Reporting in Japan: Regulation, Practice and Environment epub download

by Terence E. Cooke,M. Kikuya



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Financial Reporting in Japan: Regulation, Practice and Environment. Potentially disruptive elements exist which could alter this environment and undermine the foundations on which internalism rests. However, major change seems unlikely in the near future. Financial Reporting in the Pacific Asia Region.

Cooke T. E. and Kikuya, M. (1992), Financial Reporting in Japan - Regulation, Practice, and Environment, Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Lt. oogle Scholar

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Cooke, T. (1992), Financial Reporting in Japan; Regulation, Practice and Environment, Blackwell, Oxford. (1994), ‘Japan’, in Cooke, . Eds), Financial Reporting in the West Pacific Rim, London: Routledge, p. 3.

Financial Reporting in Japan Regulation, Practice and Environment. Cooke M. Based on a survey of Japanese corporate annual reports, Financial Reporting in Japan examines Japanese practices and regulations in detail, stressing environmental factors and showing them in a business context.

Financial Reporting in Japan examines Japanese practices and regulations in detail and places them in their 'environmental' and business context. It is generally agreed that Japan is one of the key countries so far as the harmonization of international accounting standards is concerned.Part I covers the evolution of Japanese accounting and reporting practices examining Japanese enterprises, government, accounting regulation, and the accounting profession itself.Part II deals in detail with principles and practice including disclosure principles, asset valuation, and a unique survey of Japanese corporate annual reports covering both listed and unlisted companies.The final section contains substantive appendices providing examples of corporate financial reporting; a summary and comparison of Japanese, US and UK practice; recommendations issued by the Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants; and a chronology of accounting in Japan.The book will be an indispensable analysis and reference for professionals and analysts or researchers concerned with the Japanese finance and business sectors, international accounting, and international trade and is published in association with the ICAEW.