Editor: Professor John Kensinger
Subject: Accounting and Finance (view other series in this subject area)
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The series seeks to provide a collection each year that reflects the primary issues in financial markets for that year. Special volumes may also be created to provide insight into important areas of current financial research.
Research in Finance, volume 29, edited by John W. Kensinger, University of North Texas
The theme of Research in Finance vol. 29 is “Dealing with Crisis and Regulation”, showcasing an international spread of chapters such as the European financial crisis and the study of audit qualifications for accounting firms in Spain. The international aspect of the volume then shifts to business strategies for competition and finally to regulations with regards to financial markets and electric power grid. Read the full synopsis and purchase a hard copy here.
Published as a hard-cover collection of readings, it offers a worthwhile outlet for contributions that are longer than a normal journal article, but not the size of a monograph.
The audience includes financial economists and accountants in academia, plus executives with financial duties. Students are also considered as potential readers.
Contributions include finance theory and financial practice, plus accounting issues such as reporting derivatives positions, reflecting intangible holdings, or predicting financial distress.
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