Browsing Economic and Management Sciences by Issue Date

Browsing Economic and Management Sciences by Issue Date

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  • Koornhof, Gerhardus Willem (University of Pretoria, 1982)
    The problem identified in this study is that of a rapidly growing urbanisation process in the world in general and in Africa in particular. The national states in South Africa will not escape this process. The purpose ...
  • Koornhof, Carolina, 1959- (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1993)
    The homological transfer research method was used to derive a tentative taxonomy of the discipline of Accounting from the Nolan and Wetherbe taxonomy of the related discipline Management Information Systems. First the Nolan ...
  • Maraga, Takalani Archibald (University of Pretoria, 1993)
    The primary object of the study was to determine the effect foreign aid in the form of grants, loans and direct investment has had on the economy of Botswana since 1980, and also to identify specific sectors within the ...
  • Gloeck, Juergen D. (Juergen Dieter), 1956-; De Jager, Herman (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1993)
    The audit expectation gap has been the subject of many research projects in overseas countries. Recommendations and strategies for narrowing the gap in these countries have been based on empirical data. In the Republic of ...
  • Gloeck, Juergen D. (Juergen Dieter), 1956-; De Jager, Herman (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1994)
    The auditing profession in South Africa, like other countries in the English speaking world, is experiencing the effects of the so-called expectation gap. An ad-hoc committee of the South African Institute of Chartered ...
  • Van Heerden, Neels, 1957-; Van Heerden, Cornelius Hendrik, 1957- (Department of Visual Arts, University of Pretoria, 1994-12)
    Identifies factors crucial to the constitution of the corporate image of South African banking institutions. Tests the level of recognition of eleven bank logos and slogans, as well as the perceptions created by them among ...
  • Van Heerden, Neels, 1957-; Van Heerden, Cornelius Hendrik, 1957-; Puth, Gustav (Emerald, 1995)
    The view that a visually appealing corporate identity is the most important contributor to a good corporate image is a myth. The process of corporate image formation is regulated by the corporate personality which consists ...
  • De Villiers, Charl Johannes; Vorster, Q. (Quintus) (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1995)
    The environment is establishing itself as an important business issue. There are no laws or regulations to enforce environmental disclosure or reporting in South Africa, yet it is on the increase. However, the reporting ...
  • Buys, W.J.; Vosloo, L. (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1995)
    It is a sign of today's economic realities that divisions and branches of companies are from time to time being closed down. This article investigates the income tax implications of this scenario with regard to the various ...
  • Kruger, Bingle; Shotter, Magdalena; Vorster, Q. (Quintus) (School of Accounting Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1995)
    In South Africa the first democratic election brought about the possibility for the South African business community to compete internationally, unhindered by the limitations and sanctions designed 10 counter the system ...
  • Brummer, L.M., 1940-; Wolmarans, H.P. (Hendrik Petrus) (School of Accounting Sciences, UP, 1995)
    The aim of this study is to test whether a positive relationship exists between the debt on equity ratio (DER) and the expected return of a share, if beta and firm size is simultaneously tested as variables. An increase ...
  • Lubbe, Berendien Anna (Unisa Press and Taylor & Francis, 1997)
    The objective of this study was to formulate a public relations strategy for a tourist-generating country which could be described as a 'non-user' of South Africa's tourist product. The aim of this strategy is to provide ...
  • Truu, M.L. (Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1997)
    At present, South Africa's economic system has no name and is under a cloud of confusion. This has been caused by the concurrence of two major political events: the collapse of the Soviet bloc and South Africa's changeover ...
  • De Wet, Geert Lampen, 1947-; Harmse, Chris (Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1997-06)
    This paper reviews conditions for sustainable economic growth and development, developed in previous publications and papers by the authors and based on the experience of successfully developing countries. It then analyses ...
  • Brand, H.E. (Heinrich Everhardus); Theron, Schalk Willem; Marais, R. (Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, University of Pretoria, 1997-06)
    The occupation of pilot in a commercial airways relates to excessively high standards and demands. High standards must be maintained during performance on the job. Thus the working environment of the pilot in the airways ...
  • Botha, W.J.J. (Willem Johannes Jacobus); Gloeck, Juergen D. (Juergen Dieter), 1956- (Southern African Institute of Government Auditors, 1998)
    Materiality is a central concept in the process which is applied during the external audit of company annual financial statements. Guidelines issued by professional standard-setting bodies generally state that the determination ...
  • Gloeck, Juergen D. (Juergen Dieter), 1956- (Southern African Institute of Government Auditors, 1998)
    The auditing profession has been criticised that auditing standards favour the self-interests of a limited number of members or certain constituencies of society and not society at large. As auditing is a means of social ...
  • Schumann, E.F. (Southern African Institute of Government Auditors, 1998)
    Very little information is available on the income patterns of individual audit firms in South Africa. There is no statutory requirement for audit firms to disclose any information in respect of its own activities. This ...
  • Rensburg, Ronel S.; Ströh, Ursula (Unisa Press and Taylor & Francis, 1998)
    'What is chaos, that we should be mindful of it?' (Josepth Ford). Chaos will always be a mystery. Perhaps the ultimate, allencompassing mystery. To paraphrase Churchill's famous remark, it is a paradox hidden inside a ...
  • Bouwer, A.M.; De Jager, Herman (Southern African Institute of Government Auditors, 1998)
    The aim of this article is to introduce auditors to the Internet, and more specifically to security implications for companies online. The article will look at firewalls as a control measure to protect these companies ...