Accounting services, the Islamic Middle East, and the Global economy / David L. McKee, Don E. Garner, Yosra AbuAmara McKee

Author(s): McKee, David L
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Subjects: Accounting firms--Middle East
Islam--Middle East
Middle East--Economic conditions
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Westport, Conn. : Quorum, 1999
LC Classification: H, HF
Physical Description: vi, 185 p. ; 24 cm
Table of Contents: Acknowledgments
Pt. 1. The General Frame of Reference
1. A Preliminary Overview 3
2. The Role of International Services 7
3. Islam and Its Impact 17
Pt. 2. The Major Accounting Firms and Development in Selected Islamic Jurisdictions
4. The Egyptian Economy, International Linkages, and the Major Accounting Firms 33
5. Some Facilitators of Economic Expansion in Saudi Arabia 43
6. The Turkish Economy, International Linkages, and the Major Accounting Firms 53
7. The Smaller Jurisdictions of the Gulf Cooperation Council 65
Pt. 3. Legal and Institutional Parameters for Business and Accounting Practice
8. Business and Accounting Environments in Egypt 85
9. Business and Accounting Environments in Saudi Arabia 93
10. Business and Accounting Environments in Turkey 103
11. Accounting Environments in Selected Small Gulf States 111
Pt. 4. Implications for Regional Growth and Change
12. A Summary of Institutional Specifics 135
13. Implications for Growth and Change 147
14. Some Final Reflections 163
References and Selected Bibliography 167
Index 181
Additional Authors: Garner, Don E., 1935-
McKee, Yosra AbuAmara, 1948-
Notes: LCCN: 98030540
ISBN: 1567201393 (alk. paper)
Includes bibliographical references (p. [167]-180) and index
OCLC Number: 39614626
ISBN/ISSN: 1567201393