Public utility accounting: models, mergers, and information systems
Institute of Public Utilities, Michigan State University, 1971 - Law - 237 pages
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accepted accounting principles accounting principles Accounting Principles Board acquisition problems allocation allowed return amortization annual applied areas Arthur Andersen basis book value business combinations combining companies commission's common stock comparisons corporate customers demand demand-supply demand-triggered supply models depreciation determination discussion earnings economic effect electric utility equity evaluating example expense exposure draft factors Federal Power Act Federal Power Commission financial model future income increase industry intangible assets investment decisions investors market value markup ment method Michigan State University Natural Gas nonregulated operating original cost output percent performance period pipeline procedures profit proposed opinion Public Accountants public utility purchase purposes rate base rate of return ratemaking regulated company regulated firm regulatory agencies regulatory commission relevant reporting requirements revenue statistical stockholders system of accounts tion uniform system unit cost utility companies