Accounting Ethics Hardback
Edited by Ken McPhail
Part of the SAGE Library in Accounting and Finance series
This four-volume set draws together a wealth of insights accumulated over the past two decades into the ever-evolving world of accounting ethics.
Within its traditional role, the ethical function of accounting has become increasingly apparent in light of some major business collapses, and most recently the Global Financial Crisis has underlined that notions of trust and integrity in financial reporting are crucial for the smooth operation of global markets as well as individual corporations.
This work covers various central themes including:- Conventional Views on Accounting Ethics: the ethics of accountants; the hidden ethics of conventional accounting practice- New Views on Accounting Ethics: accounting ethics and post modernity; accounting and discourse ethics; accounting ethics & post-secularism- Accounting Ethics in Context: Accounting Ethics, Professions and Professionalism; Accounting Ethics, Global Institutions & Global Markets; Government Accounting & Accountability- The Future of Accounting Ethics: The Future of Sustainability & Human Rights; Accounting Ethics, Complexity & Networks; Reporting Accounting Ethics & Intangible Assets Masterfully edited and introduced, and with a focus on comprehensive and nuanced scholarly discussion, this set brings together key contributions and skilfully explores a topic that is fast becoming a defining characteristic of our times.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 1472 pages
- Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
- Publication Date: 10/12/2012
- Category: Accounting
- ISBN: 9781446254813
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