by Paul B.W. Miller and Paul R. Bahnson

With near-morbid fascination, we have been watching accountants - especially those who occupy leadership positions in large firms and professional bodies - trying to cope with the upheaval that started with Enron and Global Crossing and continues with almost daily revelations that something is terribly wrong with the state of the art in financial reporting.

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