Cultural Impacts in Managerial Accounting

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Flavius Guinea;
(2006)
  • Publisher: General Association of Economists from Romania
  • Journal: Theoretical and Applied Economics, volume 6(501), issue 6(501) August, pages 69-72 (issn: 1841-8678, eissn: 1844-0029)
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  • Subject: managerial accounting | HF5001-6182 | multinationals | management control | Business | culture | HB71-74 | Economics as a science | managerial accounting; culture; setting objectives; multinationals; management control. | HB1-3840 | setting objectives | Economic theory. Demography

From the theoretical point of view, it has been stated that there is a considerable probability that some cultural aspects could affect the economic environment and, consequently, the managerial accounting. While this statement has a certain suppositional degree, we wil... View more
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