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Título: Accounting for Women’s Labour: Explaining the Present from the Past
Autores: Abreu, Rute
David, Fátima
Palavras Chave: Accounting
Data: 2016
Editora: Gower
Citação: Segura, L.; Formigoni, H.; David, F. & Abreu, R. (2016). The Influence of Women on Earnings Management: Public Companies in Brazil. In: Çaliyurt, K.. (ed). Women Susyainability in Business: A Global Perspective. Burlington: Gower, 121-134.
Resumo: All over the world, the economic activity of banks are based on men and women working together. This research investigates the accounting for women’s labour, in general, and the Bank sector, in particular, because the data evidence collected from the past is improving the public awareness and tendency of equality in the gender on the present. This data allows to critical examine several issues affecting women labour on the Portuguese Bank System that despite the progress of an overall assessment there are difficulties to obtain true equality and this affects the enhance of professional achievements with higher levels of (in)equality. The empirical analysis provides important insights into bank disclosure information and stakeholder’s perception of the benefits of legal and ethical responsibilities about women labour that go beyond maximizing economic gains and, then, banks truly balance their interests. Additionally, the research found support for provides insights that are desirable to produce long-run consequences at macro-effects and micro-effects.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10314/3558
ISBN: 978-1-4724-4891-0
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