Words, pictures and intangibles in the corporate report

With the increase in complexity of corporate reporting, the issue of how companies communicate with stakeholders is becoming ever more important. This increase in complexity has come at the same time as intangible assets have become increasingly important to business. The authors argue that since, traditional accounting communicates the existence of intangible assets inadequately, companies have apparently sought to use other means, such as words and pictures.

Published:
1 January 2007
Researchers:
Jane Davison
Len Skerratt
ISBN:
978-1-904574-21-1
EAN:
9781904574211

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Topics

  • Corporate and financial reporting
  • Research

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