Guide to Information Sources in Accounting and Finance
BRITISH ACCOUNTING REVIEW, Vol 28, No 1, March 1996
Posted: 27 Nov 1996
This paper gives a brief introduction to information sources of interest to students of Accounting and Finance. It has become increasingly common in the last few years to require students, both final year undergraduate and postgraduate, to write an extended essay or dissertation on a topic of their choosing, carry out a literature survey, study current or recent corporate events or seek background information on a service, company or industry which is the subject of some analysis. These activities are not restricted to the private sector but may also encompass the (former) public sector, both trading and service, and the voluntary sector.
JEL Classification: M40, G00, A22
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