A combination of economic knowledge and accounting expertise provides a better understanding of problems of change within certain Pacific Basin nations. The role of accounting services firms in producing international linkage needed as a foundation for economic growth is described. An understanding of the impact of these firms on business operations among the nations of the Pacific Basin is provided. The focus is on the growth prospects for the accounting services firms in various area nations.
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About the Author
DAVID L. McKEE is Professor of Economics at Kent State University where he is a specialist in economic development. Recent books include Urban Environments in Emerging Economies (1994), Energy, the Environment and Public Policy: Issues for the 1990s (1991), Developmental Issues in Small Island Economies (with Tisdell) (1990), Growth, Development, and the Service Economy in the Third World (1988), Schumpeter and the Political Economy of Change (1987)all with Praeger.
DON E. GARNER is Professor and Chair of the Department of Accounting at California State University, Stanislaus. He is a certified public accountant, a certified internal auditor, and a specialist in auditing and accounting theory. He is the author of many articles, and is the author with David McKee of Accounting Services, The International Economy and Third World Development (Praeger, 1992).