Firmly established as the leading text in the field, this new edition of Comparative International Accounting has been fundamentally updated to reflect the changes that are occurring in financial accounting and reporting as a result of the introduction of IFRS. Comparative International Accounting takes a comprehensive look at the international dimensions of financial accounting and reporting. Whilst the majority of chapters have been written by the book's two main authors, the text includes several contributions from a diverse group of international experts, all of whom are leading practitioners or academics.
Economix: How and Why Our Economy Works (and Doesn't Work), in Words and Pictures
Goodwin brilliantly contextualizes economic theories with historical narrative, while Burr’s simple but elegant illustration employs classical techniques like caricaturing politicians and symbolizing big businesses (as a gleeful factory) to help the reader visualize difficult concepts.
Language: English Pages: 172 Behind the closed doors of corporate management lurks a manifesto so devious, so insidious, and of such diabolic power, it has the ability to transform normal human beings into paradigm–spewing zombies. Its purpose: to help bosses stick it to their employees. Its author: none other than Dogbert, the canine corporate consultant out to rule the world.
Foundations of Financial Markets and Institutions (4th Edition)
Foundations of Financial Markets and Institutions offers a comprehensive exploration of the developments occurring in the world's financial markets and institutions —i.e., innovation, globalization, and deregulation —with a focus on the actual practices of financial institutions, investors, and financial instruments.
Modern Financial Systems: Theory and Applications (2009)A valuable guide to the essential elements of modern financial systems. This book offers you a unified theory of modern financial system activity. In it, author Edwin Neave distills a large body of literature on financial systems, the institutions that comprise the systems, and the economic impacts of the systems' operation. Through non-technical summaries, Neave provides you with a primer on how financial systems work, as well as how the many parts of any financial system relate to each other. He does so in a straightforward manner, with an emphasis on economic principles and the relationship between various aspects of financial system activity.