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E-Newsletter 02 - 18/11/2008

Given the increasing complexity of health care financing and the pressure on resources around the world, ACCA is allocating GB£35,000  to finance international, comparative research to help governments meet policy challenges to improve health outcomes while containing costs. ACCA, the global body for professional accountants, aims in particular to develop understanding of the future role(s) for the accounting profession in helping to meet these challenges. The initiative will finance an internationally-focused research project and international travel for related dissemination activity. The project will start in February 2009 and be completed within 12 months.

The successful application will have the following characteristics:  

·         international focus;

·         policy relevance;

·         ability to produce recommendations for the accounting profession;

·         completion within 12 months from February 2009;

·         provide material and analysis to help ACCA make informed policy recommendations to governments, policymakers and standard setters as well as the accounting and finance profession as a whole.

Further details are contained in the attached Call for Expressions of Interest. The deadline is 30th November 2008, 12 midnight GMT.


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