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Accounting and Finance Innovations

Edited by Nizar Mohammad Alsharari

Jackson State University

The world is currently experiencing the advent of new information technologies with dynamic changes, which can be considered as one of the greatest business threats today. Accordingly, international business and academia have claimed to be working towards developing innovations in accounting and finance that are useful for all stakeholders. The recent accounting and finance scholarship has moved forward toward new innovations that advance professional practice. This book introduces and discusses new innovations in accounting and finance, including management accounting, blockchain, E-business models, data analytics, artificial intelligence, cryptocurrency, bitcoin, digital assets, and associated risks. It also sheds light on how and why accounting and finance innovations have changed over time. This book will help practitioners and academics develop and introduce new accounting and finance tools and concepts. It is also a useful resource for those working in the accounting and finance fields.

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Accounting and Finance InnovationsEdited by Nizar Mohammad Alsharari

Published: December 22nd 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.95115

ISBN: 978-1-83968-571-2

Print ISBN: 978-1-83968-570-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83968-599-6

Copyright year: 2021

Books open for chapter submissions

1756 Total Chapter Downloads

1 Crossref Citations

2 Dimensions Citations


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1. Management Accounting Practices and E-Business Model in the US Walmart Corporation

By Nizar Mohammad Alsharari


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2. Accounting in a Social Context

By Orla Feeney


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3. Survey on Blockchain Based Accounting and Finance Algorithms Using Bibliometric Approach

By Sezer Bozkus Kahyaoglu and Tamer Aksoy


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4. Analysis of Return and Risk of Cryptocurrency Bitcoin Asset as Investment Instrument

By Sunita Dasman


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5. The Economic Effect of Bitcoin Halving Events on the U.S. Capital Market

By Dina El Mahdy


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6. What Was Published in Accounting Education Journals about Accounting Teaching?

By Rui Jorge Rodrigues da Silva, Maria Margarida Mendes Rodrigues and Maria do Céu Gaspar Alves


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7. Knowledge and Skills Required in Accounting Education: A Comparative Study

By Rim Khemiri


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8. Funded Pension Schemes in Aging Societies: A Pure Economic Argument?

By Ishay Wolf and Smadar Levi


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9. Investigating the Viability of Applying a Lower Bound Risk Metric for Altman’s z-Score

By Hardo Holpus, Ahmad Alqatan and Muhammad Arslan


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10. Informality and Entrepreneurship in Developing Economy: Case for Entrepreneurial Financing

By Sule Omotosho


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11. Impact of Working Capital Management on Profitability: A Case Study of Trading Companies

By Rafathunnisa Syeda


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12. The Effect of Internal Corporate Governance of the Firm’s Performance and Firm Value in Five GCC Countries

By Zahra AL Nasser


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13. Organizational Culture: A Systems Approach

By Herbert Nold and Lukas Michel


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14. Internationalization and Turkish Manufacturing Firm Performance – Does Managerial Personality Matter?

By Phan Anh Tu, Le Khuong Ninh and Do Thuy Huong


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15. Accounting Quality and Its Challenges in 21st Century

By Sumiyana Sumiyana, Hendrian Hendrian, Ruslan Effendi, Krisnhoe Fitrijati and Sriwidharmanely Sriwidharmanely


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