Ifrs 2006 ch 1-5

Wiley IFRS 2006-Interpretation and Application of International Financial Reporting Standards
Barry J. Epstein
With contributions by Abbas Ali Mirza
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About The Authors
Barry J. Epstein, PhD, CPA, a partner in the firm Russell Novak & Company, has almost forty years’ experience in the public accounting profession, as auditor, technical director/ partner for several national and local firms, and as a consulting and testifying accounting and auditing expert on over seventy litigation matters to date. His current practice is concentrated on providing technical consultations to CPA firms and corporations on US GAAP and IFRS accounting and financial reporting matters; on US and international auditing standards; matters involving financial analysis; forensic accounting investigations; and on corporate governance matters.


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Ifrs 2006 ch 1-5