The historical development of business budgeting: an organisational perspective
Budgets began to be used as an important management tool for complex corporate organizations during the first three decades of the 20th century. US corporations such as Dupont and General Motors were among the first to use budgets to monitor all elements of complex organizations and motivate department heads. The increasingly diverse activities businesses began to perform in the 20th century required such comprehensive management tools.
Publication Name: Accounting Forum
Exchange rate exposure among European firms: evidence from France, Germany and the UK
A study is conducted using intriguing intervalling effect to examine the exchange rate exposure in large firms in United Kingdom, France and Germany. The effect of local currency depreciates on the gain or loss of firm's value is also studied.
Publication Name: Accounting and Finance
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