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Du Plessis, 2000, Meditari Accountancy Research, 8, 69-93; (e) "Internal auditors' perceptions of the effectiveness of red flags to detect fraudulent financial reporting", de G.
Methods of Choice in the Valuation of Ordinary Shareholders' Equity," Meditari Accountancy Research 17(2): 117-135.
The main method of mindfulness interventions is "meditation" (the term, meditation, is derived from the Greek meditari, meaning to reflect and mediate).
E contra gravis defectus discretionis iudicii ut incapacitas, haud significat contrahentem etsi possibilitatem habentem non facere quia non vult aut non habet oportunitatem aut tranquillitatem ad eum considerandum, ideoque loqui de defectu discretionis iudicii haud significat contrahentem non cogitavisse aut meditatum esse cum realiter in aliis adiunctis agere potuisset sed nequivisse cogitare aut meditari, quoniam defuerunt aptitudines psychicae ad eum agendum.
Destaca-se que, dos 22 artigos, dois periodicos possuem dois artigos do portfolio bibliografico, sao eles: Journal of Business Finance & Accounting e Meditari Accountancy Research.
2006, Determining the Optimal Capital Structure: A Practical Contemporary Approach, Meditari Accountancy Research, 14(2): 1-16.
Chambers and Networks of Accounting Research," Meditari Accountancy Research, Vol 22.
Evaluating the information content of nominal and inflation-adjusted versions of the measure Economic Value Added (EVA), Meditari Accountancy Research, 16(2), 69-87.
14 In this passage, Pliny envisions himself as a pure mind: before the day begins, when he lies in bed with no sensory distractions of any kind, the mind of Pliny the Author is at work composing and editing, a process described with the active mental verbs cogitare, formare, and meditari.
Dynamics in capital structure determinants in South Africa", Meditari Accountancy Research, 20(1), 52-67.
Remedios tiene el mismo etimo de medico, medicus, del verbo medeor (curar), del cual meditari (meditar) es la derivacion mas frecuente.
2005), "Determinants of Auditors' Attitudes towards Creative Accounting," Meditari Accountancy Research 13(2): 67-88.