Table of contents for Accounting in the Asia-Pacific region / [editors], Nabil Baydoun, Akira Nishimura, Roger Willett.


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Environmental Considerations in the Study of Accounting in the Asia-Pacific Region (R. Willett, et al.).
Financial and Management Accounting in Australia (F. Clarke, et al.).
Accounting in Brunei Darussalam (A. Murshed).
Accounting in Hong Kong (P. Ng).
Accounting in Malaysia and Singapore: Culture's Lack of Consequences? (A. MacGregor, et al.).
Accounting and Its Environment in New Zealand (M. Perera & A. Rahman).
Accounting Practices in Papua New Guinea (F. Pok).
Structures and Features of Japanese Accounting (A. Nishimura & R. Willett).
Accounting in the Philippines (J. Diga).
Financial and Management Accounting Practices in the Republic of Korea (A. Taesik).
Financial and Management Accounting Practices in Taiwam (F. Wu, et al.).
Accounting Regulation and Practice in Thailand (M. Hossain & M. Adams).
Accounting in Indonesia (J. Diga & H. Yunus).
Aspects of Financial and Management Accounting in Macau (D. Yuen & A. Wong).
Accounting Systems in Cambodia (D. Seng).
Accounting Standards and Practices in China (G. Jiashu, et al.).
Accounting Systems in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (S.-M. Choi).
Systems of Accounting in Vietnam (L. Aleonard).
Reflections on the Relationship Between Culture and Accounting Practices in the Asia-Pacific Region (R. Willett, et al.). 


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Accounting Asia, Accounting Pacific Area