The focus of this book was to discover findings on the resistance to change from rules-based to principles-based standards in the U.S. capital market. This lack of what accountants call “a singular accounting language” results from the US using different accounting standards than other 138 countries. In this book Dr. Lemus’s exposes the reluctance by the US to change from the US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) currently being used domestically, to the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) used by most other countries. The book explains why the IFRS should act as a singular accounting language, and how this will promote high transparency and a better economic position in the world financial market.
The Society for the
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, Division 36 of the American
Psychological Association, promotes psychological theory, research, and
clinical practice that understands the significance of religion and
spirituality in people’s lives and in the discipline of psychology. The society
facilitates the interchange of ideas between science and clinical and applied
practice, and seeks through its activities to increase public awareness of
psychological dimensions of religion and spirituality. The society is
nonsectarian and does not espouse or endorse any particular religious position
or beliefs. It welcomes psychologists and others from around the world
interested in the psychology of religion and spirituality.
Ihsam M. Salloum, will be speaking about treatments for alcohol, use disorder and bipolar disorder comorbidity, this 11th of July at Albizu University.