Joseph Howell discusses the role of the Internet in the creation and implementation of international accounting standards that are language and culture-neutral. A tentative outline follows:
Recent history of international accounting standards. The role of language and culture. The formation of the European Union and the rise of Chinese economy. The impact of the Internet and related-technologies Global workspace. Meta tags- XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language). The evolution of IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards). Convergence and implementation of XBRL and IFRS- near-term growing pains. The potential long-term impact of world-wide, language-neutral technologies and standards
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