Impact of Digitalization on Reporting, Tax Avoidance, Accounting, and Green Finance

Impact of Digitalization on Reporting, Tax Avoidance, Accounting, and Green Finance

Release Date: April, 2024|Copyright: © 2024 |Pages: 358
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-1678-8
ISBN13: 9798369316788|EISBN13: 9798369316795
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Description:

Digital era reporting undergoes a seismic shift as automation takes center stage. The transition from manual reporting to real-time automated systems enhances precision and efficiency and reduces errors, empowering decision-makers. However, this era of digital reporting brings forth a new set of challenges, from data security and privacy concerns to the imperative need for robust cybersecurity measures.

Impact of Digitalization on Reporting, Tax Avoidance, Accounting, and Green Finance delves into this transformative wave, comprehensively exploring its consequences on these critical domains. The book meticulously dissects both the positive and negative repercussions, encapsulating the challenges and opportunities that arise in this era of digital metamorphosis.

Navigating tax avoidance in a digitalized world unveils a complex dynamic. Digitalization, on the one hand, empowers tax authorities to access and analyze vast datasets, making it challenging for businesses to engage in tax evasion. On the other hand, sophisticated digital tools provide fertile ground for corporations to devise intricate tax avoidance schemes. Striking a balance becomes paramount, necessitating regulatory measures and international cooperation while addressing ethical dimensions in leveraging technology for tax strategies.

Transforming accounting through digital integration heralds a new era. Cloud-based accounting software, automated bookkeeping, and artificial intelligence-powered tools streamline processes, ensuring increased accuracy and transparency in financial reporting. However, this digital transition requires a recalibration of the workforce, addressing job displacement concerns and upskilling in the face of automation. Green finance in the digital age witnesses a symbiotic relationship. Technology plays a vital role in green finance and sustainable investment growth. The book underscores the significance of regulatory frameworks that guide sustainable finance in the digital era. The book also explores ethical dilemmas, navigates the digital divide, and envisions strategies for ensuring equity and inclusivity in the digital finance.

The future trends and outlook section anticipates the trajectory of digitalization. Advancements in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data analytics are on the horizon. Regulatory developments are crucial to staying ahead of digital challenges, and collaborative efforts between businesses, governments, and stakeholders are imperative. The book presents potential scenarios for a sustainable and digitally integrated financial future.

The book offers a nuanced understanding of the intricate relationship between digitalization and these critical domains, from business professionals and financial analysts to regulatory bodies and sustainability advocates.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Data Security
  • Digitalization of Accounting
  • Ethical Considerations
  • Financial Sustainability
  • Financial Transparency
  • Green Crowdfunding
  • Green Finance
  • Process Automation
  • Regulatory Frameworks
  • Tax Avoidance
  • Workforce Reskilling
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Editor/Author Biographies
Ahmad Alqatan is currently an Assistant Professor at Arab Open University and former Assistant of the Dean of the Faculty of Business and Law. Dr Ahmad has published 20-refereed papers in academic journals, three chapters and one book. In addition, he organised a member of committees, a discussant, and a presenter at more than 58 international conferences. His principal research area is concerned with corporate governance, diversity earnings management, and firm performance. He has been awarded several times, such as the prestigious 2019 Best Paper Award of the honour issuer Financial Economics Meeting: Post-crisis challenge conference and the prestigious 2019, Best poster Award of the 15th Research and Innovation Conference, Most viewed paper award (2019). Also, Dr Ahmad got the title “The Pride of Kuwait” from Youth Public Authority in 2019. In addition, Alqatan got the fifth rank for the accounting research award in Kuwait (2021). Alqatan is a Co-Editor-in-Chief of eight international journals. Also, he got a Professional Internation Certificate of CertIFR, Certificate in International Financial Reporting Standards, ACCA, UK. (2021), Professional Internation Certificate of CertIA, Certificate in International Auditing, ACCA, UK (2022), Professional Internation Certificate of CertIPSAS, Certificate in International Public Sector Accounting Standards, ACCA, UK (2022) and the status of Fellow (FHEA), UK.

Khaled Hussainey is currently affiliated with the University of Portsmouth in the UK.

Mounira Hamed is a professor at the University of Tunis El Manar.

Kameleddine Benameur is currently a professor at the American University of Kuwait.

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