Internal control, accountability and corporate governance: Medieval and modern Britain compared
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- Niamh M. Brennan & Jill Solomon, 2008.
"Corporate governance, accountability and mechanisms of accountability: an overview,"
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KeywordsManagement accountability; Corporate governance; Internal control; England; Accounting history;
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