Financial Accounting Practices and Their Impact on Different Financial Institutions in Africa


American Journal of Accounting Vol 4 No 1 (2012)

American Journal of Accounting is a prestigious peer reviewed journal published both online and printed version by AJPO. It emphasize on the interdependency of accounting and reflects the increasing complexity of corporate financial management in recent years and verifies the importance of understanding accounting from an international context. It also superiorities itself in cheap and fast publication and is indexed in Google scholar among other journal indexes. The journal regularly promotes open access to academic journal publishing and is considered to be one of the top academic journal publishers in the field of accounting.


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Publisher: AJPO journals and books publishers
ISBN: 978-9914-745-84-9
Authors: Omimakinde J. A, Denson Muvandi, Dr. John Baguma Muhunga Kule, Calystus Ayodi
Pages: 86



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