Corporate Report, The
A British Corporate governance report of 1975. The Corporate Report was published as a discussion paper by the British Accounting Standards Committee. It aimed to establish a consensus of opinion on the theory and practice of corporate *financial reporting. Further reading: Accounting Standards Committee (1975)

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