The Enron Corporation bibliography (PDF format) contains useful links to material discussing The Enron Corporation in relation to auditing, accounting and alleged corrupt practices.
The Enron Corporation bibliography (PDF format) is a reading list, guide to electronic resources, and gateway to websites. It focuses on the Enron scandal and its impact on accounting practices, and particularly its effect on auditing practice and corporate governance in the United Kingdom. Subjects covered include: what went wrong at Enron, what lessons can be learned from the Enron case study, and impact on auditing practice and corporate governance in the United Kingdom and the United States of America, in particular.
The bibliography links to the websites of organisations which publish research-level material on auditing and corporate governance. It describes relevant electronic databases and e-journals available at The British Library, and it lists recently published books on these subjects.
The bibliography has been compiled by Sally Halper, Lead Content Specialist for Management & Business Studies, in the Social Science Collections and Research team at The British Library, and is intended to provide an introduction to resources for those new to the subject, and to suggest new resources for those more familiar with research in this area.
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