The US Dollar is the world’s “reserve currency” for international trade settlements – how did it happen, and will it last?
Over 45 years, he has been a teacher, lecturer, best-selling author of professional texts, practising accountant, forensic expert witness and, throughout this period, one of the profession’s most widely read columnists and magazine journalists.
Emile's subject range includes the wider spectrum of economics, taxation and any related developments that have a financial dimension, always seeking to identify the principle that lies behind the dilemma.
Latest posts by Emile Woolf (see all)
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- Banks, criminality and accounting: end of the road? - November 9, 2017