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Paradoxical Combination of Accounting Practices and Orientation

Discuss the likely influence of the long history of large multi-national corporations like Philips, Shell, and Unilever in the Netherlands on the paradoxical combination of accounting practices and orientation

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This question is about the paradoxes in the accounting system in the Netherlands because of the firm types and the influence of large multinational corporations.

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paradoxical combination of accounting practices and orientation
Discuss the likely influence of the long history of large multi-national corporations like Philips, Shell, and Unilever in the Netherlands on the paradoxical combination of accounting practices and orientation

The contemporary Dutch business structure is similar to the shape of an hour glass because on the size of the company. There are twenty large corporations that have worldwide operations that have more than 20,000 people. On the other hand, there are a large number of small sized companies, which ...

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A paradoxical combination of accounting practices and orientations are analyzed. Large multi-national corporations like Philips is determined.

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