The Routledge Companion to Accounting in China
There is increasing interest in accounting issues in China. Despite a relatively short history, China's stock market is the world's second largest. This growth has been accompanied by increasing demand for accounting information alongside reforms of accounting and auditing rules, as international investors have paid increasing attention to investment opportunities in this dynamic and energetic country with a large population and economic growth potentials. Despite this, at present there are few books which offer students, academics and practitioners a comprehensive guide to current accounting issues in China.
The Routledge Companion to Accounting in China fills this important gap in the literature. The volume is organized in six thematic sections which cover capital market and corporate finance, financial accounting, managerial accounting, auditing, taxation and internal controls. The structure is intended to reflect the increasing diversity of contemporary accounting issues in China, including a balanced overview of current knowledge, identifying issues and discussing relevant debates.
This book is a prestigious reference work which offers students, academics and practitioners an introduction to current accounting issues in the emerging market of China.
11. Audit Quality and Audit Fees in China 12. Independent Auditing in China: a historic perspective PART V: Taxation 13. Tax Issues in China 14. Income Tax Planning and Earnings Management PART VI: Internal Controls and Corporate Governance 15. Internal Control in China: framework, practices and literature 16. Cash Flow Manipulation, Audit Opinion and Internal Control
'Accounting in China has experienced significant reforms as the opening and growing of China’s economy has become one of the most critical stories on the world stage during the past four decades. The book includes sixteen new scholarly papers on conceptual and empirical issues related to the contemporary accounting and auditing issues in China. It offers a collective and innovative perspective that should benefit scholars and practitioners.' – Heibatollah Sami, Professor of Accounting, Lehigh University, US