The Impact Of Globalization On Regulations And Accounting Systems. Dimensioning And Quantification
AbstractIn this study we concentrate our efforts on the consequences that the existence and manifestation of globalization have on various domains of human activity. The impact of globalization will be analyzed from the perspective of the cause-effect relationship, with a special emphasis on the consequences of the phenomenon. A special part of our scientific demarche is reserved to the accounting sphere. We try to create a new dimension on the basement of relations between globalization and accounting systems. Globalization represents a new dimension of our world. The accounting domain is today into real connections with phenomenon of globalization. In this context, our main objectives are represented by the research demarche to create a model of quantification the impact of globalization on regulations and accounting systems. We believe that such a model of quantification could be real and its contributions to scientific development will be considerable.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 6214.
Date of creation: 11 Dec 2007
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Publication status: Published in Journal of International Business and Economics 1.V(2006): pp. 118-129
Globalization; International Accounting; Impact; Quantification;
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