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Corporate disclosure regulation and practice in the developing countries of Central Africa

Charles M. Elad

Corporate disclosure regulation and practice in the developing countries of Central Africa

by Charles M. Elad

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Published by Aberdeen University, Department of Accountancy, Finance and Management in Aberdeen .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementCharles M. Elad.
SeriesAccountancy, finance and management working paper series / Aberdeen University, Department of Accountancy, Finance and Management -- no.9, Accountancy, finance and management working paper (Aberdeen University, Department of Accountancy, Finance and Management) -- no.9.
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Open LibraryOL13972574M

Implementing Financial Disclosure in Local Government Public Access to Information "This policy brief is the second in a four-part series designed to assist municipal staff and elected councillors in South Africa manage and detect conflicts of interests in public life. The . Since the early s, governments in some developed countries, mainly the United States (US) and United Kingdom (UK), promoted RI by means of voluntary codes of practice, such as the Cadbury Report in the UK, and enabling legislation, such as the British Pensions Act (Aneja & Chandra, ). In South Africa, a developing country, emphasis was.

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We investigate the association of foreign share ownership with firm-level disclosure and corporate governance structures in Zimbabwe, a developing country in Southern : Charles Okeahalam. More than regulations, laws on the books, or voluntary codes, enforcement is key to creating an effective business environment and good corporate governance, at least in developing countries and Cited by: The study examines corporate governance practices of commercial banks in a developing country by measuring the level of corporate governance related disclosures in the annual reports in light of.

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