Literature Review On The Impact Of Information Technology In Corporate Governance And Financial Reporting Essays and Term Papers

  • Impact of Information Technology on Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting

    IMPACT OF INFORMATION TEHNOLOGY ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND FINANCIAL REPORTING 1.0 INTRODUCTION The introduction of the computer and advent of the Internet has changed the way we live in the modern world. This spans across every aspect of human life. Modern innovations have led to the description...

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  • Impact of Information Technology on E Governance

    ambitious e-governance projects aimed at bridging the digital divide between the rich and poor as well as the urban and rural citizens. However a closer look at the statistics at this stage would give us the real picture. According to a World Bank estimate about 85% of the e-governance projects across...

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  • Information Technology and Productivity: a Review of the Literature

    Information Technology and Productivity: A Review of the Literature Erik Brynjolfsson Shinkyu Yang MIT Sloan School of Management Cambridge, Massachusetts Published in Advances in Computers, Academic Press, Vol. 43, pages 179-214, 1996. This research was sponsored by the MIT Center for Coordination...

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  • The Impact of Corporate Governance on the Timeliness of Corporate Internet Reporting by Egyptian Listed Companies

    848 The impact of corporate governance on the timeliness of corporate internet reporting by Egyptian listed companies Amr Ezat and Ahmed El-Masry Plymouth Business School, Plymouth, UK Abstract Purpose – This study seeks to examine the key factors that affect the timeliness of corporate internet...

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  • Corporate Governance and Regulation: the Key Factor to Credible Financial Reporting in Nigeria

    CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND REGULATION: THE KEY FACTOR TO CREDIBLE FINANCIAL REPORTING IN NIGERIA BY NWONYUKU, KALU NNANNA (ACA) AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA KADUNA STATE, NIGERIA ...

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  • Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting in the Nigerian Manufacturing Industry: an Ethical Perspective

    CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY The original need for corporate governance stems from the separation of ownership and control in publicly held companies in the 19th century, it is pertinent at this point to note that this separation has brought about overzealous managers and passive owners...

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  • Corporate Financial Reporting & Analysis

    ACCT2542 Corporate Financial Reporting & Analysis Semester 2 – 2009 Version 1.0.3 Contents Page 3 Accounting for Income Tax Page 7 Consolidation Accounting – Principles Page 10 Consolidation Accounting – Wholly Owned Subsidiaries Page 15 Consolidation Accounting – Intragroup...

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  • Corporate Financial Reporting Summary

    Operations: A component of a business is defined as a segment for which operations and cash flows can be distinguished both operationally and for financial reporting purposes. It has to be sold in full. Check of impairment of segment if not sold off by the end of the year. Reported net of tax and must restate...

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  • Corporate Financial Reporting System Of

    0 Introductory part 1.1 Introduction: Financial statements are a structured representation of the financial position and financial performance of an entity. The objective of financial statements is to provide information about the financial position, financial performance and cash flows of an entity...

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  • Corporate Governance and Information Disclosure

    Chapter One Introduction 1.1 Corporate Governance: Corporate governance is a combination of corporate policies and best practices adopted by the corporate bodies to achieve its objectives in relation to their stakeholders. It is also the field of economics, which studies the many issues arising from...

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  • Financial Analysis and Corporate Governance

    Contents 1. Introduction: ............................................................................................................. 4 2. Corporate Governance Mechanisms:......................................................................... 4 2.1 Board of Directors ...............................

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  • Corporate Governance and Financial Performance

    CORPORATE GOVRERNANCE AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE CASE STUDY: ROOFINGS GROUP 1.0 INTRODUCTION Corporate governance is concerned with ways in which all parties interested in the well-being of the firm (the stakeholders) attempt to ensure that managers and other insiders take measures or adopt mechanisms...

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  • Corporate Governance of Financial Institutions

    Corporate Governance of Financial Institutions April 25, 2013 The Financial Crunch of 2008 has filled the air of the globe with much apprehension regarding the financial system of countries. Much research has been conducted as to the factors contributing to the crisis and most of the evidence...

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  • CORPORATE GOVERNANCE OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

    THE JOURNAL OF FINANCE • VOL. LXVII, NO. 1 • FEBRUARY 2012 Information Disclosure and Corporate Governance BENJAMIN E. HERMALIN and MICHAEL S. WEISBACH∗ ABSTRACT Public policy discussions typically favor greater corporate disclosure as a way to reduce firms’ agency problems. This argument is incomplete...

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  • Corporate Governance Article Review

    enlargement and job enrichment mean essentially the same thing. 9. Empowerment can lead to changes in organizational processes because meaning, competence, impact, and self-determination produce empowered employees who take active rather than passive roles in their work. 10. A virtual organization is an organization...

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  • Information Technology Governance

    fractured or corrupted. In times of volatility such as the recent global financial crisis, companies must put into perspective the necessity of altering their strategies and their long-term goals. Information technology can play a pivotal role in facilitating such changes in the way that the business...

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  • Information Asymmetry, Corporate Disclosure, and the Capital Markets: a Review of the Empirical Disclosure Literature

    Journal of Accounting and Economics 31 (2001) 405–440 Information asymmetry, corporate disclosure, and the capital markets: A review of the empirical disclosure literature$ Paul M. Healy*, Krishna G. Palepu Graduate School of Business, Harvard University, Boston, MA 02446, USA Received 14 January...

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  • Summary Article of the Impact of Information Technology on Customer and Supplier Relationships in the Financial Services

    Introduction Information technology plays an important role to support the relationships between customers and suppliers in financial industry. Different industry faces different competitive and different business practice. Besides, we can use information technology to determine the opportunities...

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  • Literature Review on Corporate Culture

    Management Literature Review “During the 1980s the concept of corporate culture captured the imagination of management researchers and practitioners alike. In particular, Peters and Waterman’s (1982) book entitled In Search of Excellence: Lessons from America’s Best-Run Companies proclaimed that the...

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  • Impact of Information Technology on Society

    THE APPLICATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND IMPACT ON INDIVIDUALS, SOCIETY AND ORGANIZATIONS This essay seeks to evaluate application of IT in a chosen workplace and the impact it has had on individuals, society, and in organisations. It will also look at how IT application has impacted human life...

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