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A Comparative Study of American and Dutch Accountancy and their Impact on the Profession in Indonesia

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This is a typed report dating from 1971, with the main objective being to revalue the theories and practices of accountancy in Indonesia at the time, as well as analysing the practices of the US and Nederlands (both of which influenced Indonesian practices). The book is intact and readable. The original spine has since gone and new binding has been fitted. The cover has browning due to age, as well as some minor staining. Internally, the pages are readable, although the text is not entirely uniform and can be seen through the page. A unique piece signed by the author himself.

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Author(s):
Prof. Dr. S Hadibroto
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
180
Title:
A Comparative Study of American and Dutch accountancy and their Impact on the Profession in Indonesia

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This is a typed report dating from 1971, with the main objective being to revalue the theories and practices of accountancy in Indonesia at the time, as well as analysing the practices of the US and Nederlands (both of which influenced Indonesian practices). The book is intact and readable. The original spine has since gone and new binding has been fitted. The cover has browning due to age, as well as some minor staining. Internally, the pages are readable, although the text is not entirely uniform and can be seen through the page. A unique piece signed by the author himself.

Added value:
Signed by the author
Author(s):
Prof. Dr. S Hadibroto
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
180
Title:
A Comparative Study of American and Dutch accountancy and their Impact on the Profession in Indonesia

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