By V. Murinde
This sequence arose out of the assumption that the overseas accounting literature should still dedicate extra consciousness to the research of the accounting difficulties and problems with rising economies (developing and newly industrialized countries). via an expanding know-how of the genuine matters and the accounting practices recommended in it, those works became proper to the particular wishes of its readers, and is making genuine contributions to the accounting improvement technique of rising economies. The volumes offered target to: increase the extent of curiosity within the particular difficulties of accounting in rising economies; and bring up knowledge of genuine concerns, in order that accounting in those international locations won't simply be noticeable as an issue of copying what's performed within the industrialized international locations. It offers an authoritative assessment of the study and development during this box.
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After the assassination of Sheikh Mujib in 1975, a new military government came into power and brought dramatic changes to the constitution, politics and state policies. This new military government, strongly inﬂuenced by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), increasingly turned to market liberalisation, including privatisation (Ahmad, 1976; Ghafur, 1976). Consequently, since then, a considerable number of banks, insurance companies and investment banks have been established in the private sector.
This paper seeks to add to the limited body of knowledge by focusing on the role of accounting information in the lending process in the empirical context of poorer countries such as Bangladesh. In this paper, we seek to ask the following questions: How do lenders of small ﬁrms in Bangladesh make their lending decisions? Do they rely heavily on accounting and or qualitative information, like their Western counterparts? Can the lending practices be modelled? 3. RESEARCH METHODS The research methods adopted in this study are inﬂuenced by the previous research in this area.
The banking system of Bangladesh is not different from those of other developing countries. It is composed of a central bank (Bangladesh Bank), a treasury administration (the Finance Division) and a Banking Division under the Ministry of Finance and Banking to formulate further macro-banking policies in consultation with the central bank, commercial banks (state owned, private and foreign), development banks, specialised banks, insurance Lending Decisions and Accounting Information: Evidence from Bangladesh 35 companies (state owned and private), the stock exchange, investment banks, postal savings bank and cooperative banks (see also Uddin & Khan, 2004).