Table of Contents      

                        Accounting   

 Number

 Title of the Papers

Author/Authors

101

Pancasila as Accountant Ethics Imperialism Liberator

Unti Ludigdo and  Ari Kamayanti.

104

Corporate Greenhouse Gas Emissions Disclosures in the Mining and Crude-Oil Production Sector: A Cross-Country Comparative Study

Anirban Chatterjee and Ratnam Alagiah.

105

Vertical Accountability: Possible Resolution Towards Drawbacks in Accountability to Shareholders and Stakeholders

Norazamina Binti Mohamed, Azizah Abdullah and Hamzah Ismail.

106

Soft Corporate Governance – A Shift Towards Corporate Self-Control for Business Success:

Kristy Hornby.

107

Liberating Accounting Education through Beauty

Ari Kamayanti, Iwan Triyuwono, Gugus Irianto and Aji Dedi Mulawarman.

108

The Relevance of Accounting Information during The Economic Crisis Period

Nanny Dewi Tanzil.

110    
111

The Implications for Auditing and Financial Statements of the Litigation Cost Rule in a Civil Action for Negligence Involving Opportunistic Earnings Management: The ‘American System’ Versus The ‘British System’.

Paul Barnes

112

Does Ownership Concentration Type Affect the Mapping of Earnings Quality Into Value? Malaysian Evidence

Norashikin Ismail and Philip Sinnadurai.

114

Value Relevance of Accounting Information Subsequent to the Adoption of IFRS in New Zealand

John Kommunuri.

115

The Relevance of IFRSs to Less Developed Economies: Challenges and Opportunities, Saudi Arabia as a Case Study

Sultan Alkhtani.

116    

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