This is the practical extension of a previous paper (Gaffikin, 2005) in which the actual attempts to regulate accounting are described and discussed. A most important element of this is the attempts to establish a conceptual framework by the professional bodies. In Australia much of the thrust for regulation has been captured by the law – CLERP. To date there has been an attempt to integrate professional and legal regulation of the discipline with considerable cooperation between those involved.
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