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  • MUFTAV DERGİSİ
  • Ocak 2014
  • 19-22 Haziran 2013 Tarihlerinde Düzenlenen III BMAC'nin Son Oturumunda Yapılan 'The New Horizons on Accounting History' (Muhasebe Tarihinde Yeni Ufuklar) Adlı Panelde Sunulan Görüşler

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19-22 Haziran 2013 Tarihlerinde Düzenlenen III BMAC'nin Son Oturumunda Yapılan 'The New Horizons on Accounting History' (Muhasebe Tarihinde Yeni Ufuklar) Adlı Panelde Sunulan Görüşler

I. Orta Doğu adına Shawki Farag (Mısır)

Dear colleagues,

The past three days were quite enriching as your contributions covered not only accounting history but extended to other critical issues and country experiences.We are all grateful and indebted to our great professor Oktay fr his efforts over many years to bring us together and in creating links between accounting scholars in our regions.

There were 191 participants from 31 countries in addition to representation of 48 Turkish universities and other professional accounting associations. Such a select and diversified gathering enabled a fruitful exchange of ideas in a well organized setting. The organizers of the Congress and their staff deserve our heartfelt thanks and congratulations for their excellent work and a well done job.

I would like to propose to you three themes for our future gatherings which i feel deserve our focus:

The first is the need to evaluate the performance of our financial institutions to determine how effective they are performing their role in our economies.Financial institutions command an increasing share of domestic savings and the financial crisis taught us that reported profits could be misleading and that auditors failed.The reliance on Basel Accords is not sufficient to assess the performance of these important organizations.

 

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