Commentary. Current State and Future Challenges of the IFRS: Some Thoughts

  • Begoña GinerEmail author


My first words are to congratulate and thank Roberto, Stuart, and Joshua for bringing this most interesting and timely book on Accounting Regulation into the public domain.


Accounting Standard International Financial Reporting Standard International Account Standard Accounting Regulation International Financial Reporting Standard Adoption 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universitat de València. Facultat d’Economia. Dpt. de ComptabilitatValenciaSpain

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