Accounting

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Pearson Education Australia, 2007 - 1048 páginas
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The best of both worlds

Accounting by Horngren et al. is the text you know and love because of its traditional approach, academic rigour and reputation for reliability and accuracy throughout. The 5th edition is now the book your students will also love as this new edition incorporates the best of both worlds - offering student appeal and accessibility without compromising on attention to detail and depth of coverage. The new four colour design and special attention to language and conceptual flow ensures that this is a book that both you and your students will love to use.

The new 5th edition provides students with a business approach to the study of accounting, relating this in particular to the modern environment of e-commerce. Actual companies, their websites and their business information are used extensively throughout the text to engage student interest and help develop their understanding of the importance and relevance of accounting in an increasingly e-business world.

The text also emphasises business decision making with numerous examples from a wide range of industry sectors and the provision of Decision Guidelines and Decision Cases. The increasing importance of the ethical dimension to accounting practice in the wake of recent corporate collapses is reflected in Chapter One's discussion of ethics in the profession and in each chapter's Ethical Issues sections.
This title is sold in a pack with a MyAccountingLab access code and the 2005/2006 Qantas Annual General Report.

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Peter Best (Bcom, MEngSci, PhD) is Associate Professor in the School of Accountancy at the Queensland University of Technology. He has taught at the University of Queensland, University of Newcastle, University of Adelaide, Flinders University and QUT. Peter is a fellow of CPA Australia and an Associate of the ICAA. He has acted as a consultant to a variety of government departments both here and overseas. His specialist teaching areas include accounting information systems, auditing, information systems auditing and SAP R/3. Peter is co-author of Auditing Computer-Based Accounting Systems, Auditing and Assurance Services in Australia: An Integrated Approach, and previous editions of Horngren Accounting and Financial Accounting.

David Fraser (BEc, MCom) is Emeritus Professor of Accounting at the University of Technology, Sydney. He was a partner in a chartered accounting practice for many years and has since taught at the University of New South Wales and at UTS where he was Dean of Accounting. David works as a consultant to the ICAA for the accreditation of university accounting courses. He is a Fellow of both the ICAA and CPA Australia. David is joint author of Systems Based Audits, and co-author of Consolidated Statements and Group Accounts and previous editions of Horngren Accounting and Financial Accounting.

Roger Willett (BAHons, PhD) is Research professor in the School of Accountancy at the Queensland University of Technology. He has been Head of School at QUT and at the University of Otago, and has taught at the Australian National University, the University fo Wales and the University of Aberdeen. Roger is a member of the ICAA and a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. His teaching areas include financial accounting, financial accounting theory and research methods. Roger worked for a number of years as a chartered accountant. He is on the editorial boards of a number of academic accounting journals. Roger is co-editor and contributor of Accounting in the Asia Pacific Region, and co-author of the previous editions of Horngren Accounting and Financial Accounting.

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