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Southampton Business School > Accounting" and Year is 2024

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Sustainability performance reporting in Ghana: the views of SMEs - Owusu Acheampong, Venancio Tauringana and Nicholas Asare
Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

Accounting and social health: a systematic literature review and agenda for future research - Gifty Adjei-Mensah, Collins Ntim, Qingjing (Maggie) Zhang and Frank Boateng
Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

Short-term credit policies and operating performance - Godfred Afrifa, Ishmael Tingbani, Ahmad Alshehabi and Hussein Halabi
Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

Institutions and corruption relationship: evidence from African countries - Agyenim Boateng, Yan Wang, Collins Ntim and Mohamed Elmagrhi
Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

The impact of bank mergers on corporate tax aggressiveness - Jie Chen, Tapas Mishra, Wei Song, Qingjing Zhang and Zhuang Zhang
Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2024

The impact of trade facilitation on African SMEs’ performance - Andrew E. Hansen‑Addy and Ishmael Tingbani
Type: Article | 2024

Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2024

Impact of country governance mechanisms on carbon emissions performance of multinational entities - Babajide Michael Oyewo, Venancio Tauringana, Vincent Tawiah and Oluseyi Aju
Type: Article | 2024

Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2024

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