British Accounting Association
BAA A British scholarly accounting organization. The British equivalent of the *American Accounting Association, the BAA was established in 1947. It is administered from Sheffield University, in the north of England. The BAA Web site states its main objective to be "the advancement of knowledge and understanding of accounting," and its activities focus on the encouragement of accounting research and teaching. It also publishes the *British Accounting Review, a scholarly journal. Web site: www.shef.ac.uk/baa

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