Globalisation, accounting and developing countries

  title={Globalisation, accounting and developing countries},
  author={Trevor Hopper and Philippe J. C. Lassou and Teerooven Soobaroyen},
  journal={Critical Perspectives on Accounting},
Decision‐making processes of public sector accounting reforms in India—Institutional perspectives
  • S. Krishnan
  • Political Science
    Financial Accountability & Management
  • 2021
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