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Advanced Accounting Theory Practice

Author : Jayaprakash Reddy
ISBN : 8176486442
Genre : Accounting
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Focuses On The Theory Part Of Advanced Accounting. Covers Theories Of Accounting, Accounting Standards, Measurement Of Income, Charging Prices, Human Resource Accounting, Social Responsiblity Accounting, Mechanized Accounting, Valuation Of Shares And Reporting. In Question-Answer Format, Useful For Mcom Students.
Category: Accounting

Accounting Theory

Author : Harry I. Wolk
ISBN : 9781412953450
Genre : Business & Economics
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Like its previous editions, the Seventh Edition of Accounting Theory presents complex materials in a clear and understandable manner. Incorporating the latest accounting standards and presenting the most up-to-date accounting theory from the top academic journals in accounting and finance throughout the world, this book comprehensibly presents both the theoretical structure of accounting theory as well as the politics of the standard-setting process, which often opposes the theoretical structure. Key Features: - A reorganized table of contents with a thoroughly revised chapter on International Accounting (Chapter 10) - Discussion of the conceptual framework of the IASB (Chapter 7) - An emphasis on principles-based standards as opposed to rules-based standards - More theoretical issues are related to real world examples coming from the popular news media. - New questions, cases, problems, and writing assignments--many from corporate annual reports. - An Instructor's Resource CD includes answers to end-of-chapter materials, chapter summaries, test banks, and PowerPoint slides.
Category: Business & Economics

Essays In Accounting Theory In Honour Of Joel S Demski

Author : Rick Antle
ISBN : 9780387303994
Genre : Business & Economics
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The integration of accounting and the economics of information developed by Joel S. Demski and those he inspired has revolutionized accounting thought. This volume collects papers on accounting theory in honor of Professor Demski. The book also contains an extensive review of Professor Demski’s own contributions to the theory of accounting over the past four decades.
Category: Business & Economics

Accounting Theory

Author : Harvey Hendrickson
ISBN : 9781134390571
Genre : Business & Economics
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One of the outstanding accounting theoreticians of the twentieth century, Carl Thomas Devine exhibited a breadth and depth of knowledge few in the field of accounting have equalled. This book collects together eight previously unpublished essays on accounting theory written by Professor Devine. Professor Devine passed away in 1998, prior to the significant scandals that have plagued accounting and business since the collapse of Enron and Arthur Andersen. Many of the essays collected here are particularly important given these events. The first three essays are devoted to ethics and provide profound insights into the importance of a profession's ethical presuppositions. The book then presents essays, which provide a critical examination of the relevance of hermeneutics and deconstruction to an understanding of accounting practice and an analysis of the academic 'game' particularly with respect to Professor Devine's experiences in the Florida university system. The final essay in the volume is devoted to a critique of rational choice theory applications in accounting. Revisiting and building upon themes developed in earlier work, this collection of essays will be essential reading for accounting historians, accounting theoreticians and all those interested in the work of Carl Thomas Devine.
Category: Business & Economics

Accounting Theory

Author : William T. Baxter
ISBN : 9781134631773
Genre : Business & Economics
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Discussing various aspects of accounting theory by collecting diverse pieces originally published between 1978 and 1994, this volume asks and answers the following questions: What do the figures from a company’s report actually mean? To what uses can they properly be put? Could they be improved? What effect have they on the outside world?
Category: Business & Economics

Profitability Accounting Theory And Methodology

Author : Geoffrey Whittington
ISBN : 9781134223763
Genre : Business & Economics
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An important scholar in the history of accounting, Geoffrey Whittington's numerous articles cover a broad spectrum of the field and are both sharply insightful and extremely significant. He has made important contributions to the topics of inflation accounting, accounting theory and methodology and standard-setting, and he has conducted a number of valuable empirical studies. This remarkable collection pulls together essays and articles and encompasses his work on empirical studies based on company accounts, specification of empirical models, price change accounting, taxation and regulation, and regulation of accounting and auditing. Accompanied by a new introduction and conclusion, this significant volume will be extremely useful for historians of accounting as well as accountancy practitioners and researchers.
Category: Business & Economics

The Development Of Accounting Theory Rle Accounting

Author : Michael Gaffikin
ISBN : 9781134707164
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is a resource book for the comprehensive study of the development of accounting thought. It is designed to facilitate the study of the original works and stimulate further study of important accounting theory forbears. It covers: accounting theory accounting concepts of profit financial accounting and the foundations of accounting measurement accounting evaluation and economic behaviour.
Category: Business & Economics

A Landmark In Accounting Theory

Author : Gabriel A. D. Preinreich
ISBN : 081532250X
Genre : Business & Economics
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First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Accounting Theory

Author : Richard G. Schroeder
ISBN : 0471322695
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Financial Accounting Theory And Analysis

Author : Richard G. Schroeder
ISBN : 9781119577775
Genre : Business & Economics
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Financial Accounting Theory and Analysis: Text and Cases, 13th Edition illustrates how accounting standards impact the daily decisions of accounting professionals. This authoritative textbook shows how accounting theory explains why particular companies select certain accounting methods over others, and predicts the attributes of firms by analyzing their accounting methods. The text examines empirical research relevant to various theories of accounting and the uses of accounting information, including the fundamental analysis model, the efficient markets hypothesis, the behavioral finance model, the positive accounting theory model, the human information processing model, and the value creation model. Enabling students to develop an informed perspective on accounting theory, the text reviews the development and current state of accounting theory and summarizes current disclosure requirements for various financial statement items. The new edition has been fully revised to reflect current methods of accounting education, including the incorporation of ethics into the curriculum, the analysis of a company’s quality of earnings and sustainable income, the use of the internet as a source of information, the international dimensions of accounting, and more. Designed for undergraduate and graduate accounting majors, the text aligns with the latest curriculum changes in the CPA exam.
Category: Business & Economics

Accounting Theory

Author : Ahmed Riahi-Belkaoui
ISBN : 1844800296
Genre : Business & Economics
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This fifth edition of Accounting Theory presents the principal approaches and proposed solutions to the problem of formulating an accounting theory and brings the book up to date with the latest theoretical developments. Accounting theory is a highly complex subject for students to understand. No single generally accepted theory has been created, despite many attempts. Different assumptions and methodologies have resulted in a variety of frameworks, which some experts find acceptable. But it is vital to uphold the consistent standards that define the nature, function and scope of financial statements and the techniques for producing them. To understand how accounting theories are constructed and verified is to understand the essence of accounting. This fifth edition of Accounting Theory presents the principal approaches and proposed solutions to the problem of formulating an accounting theory and brings the book up to date with the latest theoretical developments. Accounting theory is a highly complex subject for students to understand. No single generally accepted theory has been created, despite many attempts. Different assumptions and methodologies have resulted in a variety of frameworks, which some experts find acceptable. But it is vital to uphold the consistent standards that define the nature, function and scope of financial statements and the techniques for producing them. To understand how accounting theories are constructed and verified is to understand the essence of accounting.
Category: Business & Economics

Financial Accounting Theory

Author : Craig Deegan
ISBN : 9780071013147
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 60.93 MB
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The much anticipated fourth edition of Craig Deegan's Financial Accounting Theory delivers authoritative and completely up to date material with the discussion of both existing theories and newer theories that have surfaced as financial reporting has become more international. This edition includes a new selection of modern 'Accounting Headlines' which provide current examples of organisations and individuals putting accounting theory into practice in both local and global settings. Financial Accounting Theory covers additional topics such as critical perspectives, public sector accounting and fair value. Workflows and processes are presented using enhanced visual charts to help demonstrate how accounting works in practice. Deegan presents the concepts in a clear and straightforward style, while challenging students to think critically about the range of accounting theories. Financial Accounting Theory provides a sound basis for readers contemplating further research and develops habits of analytical reasoning and critical thinking.
Category: Business & Economics