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Northeast Business & Economics Association Proceedings 2013
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The paper considers how culture may influence the financial accounting judgments made by firms post convergence to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The cultural framework established by Hofstede (1980) and accounting values developed by Gray (1988) will provide the theoretical framework in the proposed examination of differences in culture and accounting values between Anglo and Latin American nations. This proposed research provides a framework towards the understanding and prediction of the role and influence of culture in contemporary international accounting and financial reporting as well as need to address culture if IFRS is to be successful.
Noll, Brian CPA, "Does Culture Still Influence Accounting Judgements Post IFRS? A Discussion and Proposal for Research" (2014). Faculty Works: Business. 31.