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Aisbitt, Sally and Evans, Lisa eds. (2004). Developments in country studies in international accounting - Europe. The New Library of International Accounting Series, 2. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire: Edward Elgar Publishing.

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Aisbitt, Sally (2005). International reporting and interpretation. In: Elliott, B.E. and Elliott, J. eds. Financial accounting and reporting. Prentice Hall, pp. 756–788.

Aisbitt, Sally (2005). Financial reporting? evolution of international standards. In: Elliott, Barry and Elliott, Jamie eds. Financial accounting and reporting, 9th Edition. Canada: Pearson Education, pp. 133–151.

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Aisbitt, Sally and Sangster, Alan (2005). Using internet-based on-line assessment: a case study. Accounting Education: An International Journal, 14(4) pp. 383–394.

Aisbitt, Sally (2005). International accounting books: publishers' dream, authors' nightmare and educators' reality. Accounting Education: An International Journal, 14(3) pp. 349–360.

Aisbitt, Sally (2002). Tax and accounting rules: some recent developments. European Business Review, 14(2) pp. 92–97.

Aisbitt, Sally and Nobes, Christopher (2001). The true and fair view requirement in recent national implementations. Accounting and Business Research, 31(2) pp. 83–90.

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Aisbitt, Sally and Walton, Peter (2005). Preparing for IFRS: disclosures by FTSE 100 companies [poster presentation]. In: 28th Annual European Accounting Association Congress, 18-20 May 2002, Göteborg, Sweden.

Aisbitt, Sally (2004). Why did(n't) the accountant cross the road? Towards a model of European enforcement of International Financial Reporting Standards. In: Emerging Issues in International Accounting & Business Conference, Department of Economic Sciences, 2 Jun 2004, University of Padova, Italy.

Aisbitt, Sally (2003). Making online assessment work for students in an entry-level accounting course. In: Effective Learning Strategies Forum- American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, 6 Aug 2003, Honolulu, Hawaii.


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