Accounting and Finance Occasional Paper Series
The Accounting and Finance Occasional Paper Series (AFOPS) aims to encourage research and disseminate research findings in the areas of accounting and finance, and provide opportunity for accelerated access to research undertaken by colleagues with research interests in these areas. The papers in the series are still “work in progress” and users should take this into consideration. Users should therefore take due care in citing or quoting the papers as they may change considerably during the review process and when they eventually become journal ready or are published through other outlets. The other intention of the series it to enhance the quality of the papers through early feedback and constructive criticisms as they make their ways through the increasing rigorous and intensely competitive journal review process.
Each paper has sufficient author’s information to facilitate prompt feedback. However further information about the AFOPS may be directed to the Editor; Dr Kemi Yekini on (0116) 207 8783 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Disclaimer: The views expressed in the papers in the series represent those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the department or the University.
Environmental accounting in China: the case of a medium sized Chinese state owned enterprise
John Margerison (September 2014)
A Semiotic approach to evaluating the quality and veracity of CSR reporting
Kemi C Yekini, Leigh Burrowsand Kamil Omoteso (July 2014)
Ownership Structure, Cash Constraints and Investment Behaviour in Russian Firms
Tullio Buccellato, Gian Fazio, Yulia Rodionova (July 2012)