Cost of Governance in Nigeria: In Whose Interest?
Published at International Journal of Social, Education, Economics and Management Engineering
Volume Vol:9 No:1,
Published in 2015
Francis O. Iyoha, Daniel E. Gberevbie, Charles T. Iruonagbe, Matthew E. Egharevba
Adopting International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in Africa: Benefits, Prospects and Challenges
Corporate Governance and Ethical Sensitivity of Directors of Listed Companies: Evidence from Nigeria
Institutional Infrastructure and the Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in Nigeria
Religious core values and ethical sensitivity: An empirical investigation of university undergraduates
Accounting infrastructure and accountability in the management of public expenditure in developing countries: A focus on Nigeria.
Searching for a Pathway to Priming Accountants for Ethical Compliance with International Financial Reporting Standards: The Core Value Paradigm
Firm Size and Financial Performance: A Determinant of Corporate Governance Disclosure Practices of Nigerian Companies