Financial Accounting: Reporting and Analysis

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Southwestern College Pub., 2000 - Accounting - 799 pages
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Provides a manager's or professional's solid introduction to accounting. Almost entirely rewritten, Diamond integrates decision-making and analysis within the context of a cash flow organization that makes sense to managers (operating, investing and financing).

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Contents

Introduction
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Business Context 1 1 How to Get your Own Copy of McDonalds
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Review of Key Points
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Copyright

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MICHAEL A. DIAMOND is Professor of Public Administration at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he teaches and writes on the psychodynamics of organizational change.

James D. Stice is a Professor in the School of Accountancy and Information Systems at Brigham Young University. He holds bachelor's and Master's degrees from BYU and a Ph.D. from the University of Washington, all in accounting. Dr. Stice has been on the faculty at BYU since 1988. During that time, he has been selected by graduating accounting students as "Teacher of the Year" on numerous occasions, and he was selected by his peers in the Marriott School of Management at BYU to receive the "Outstanding Teaching Award" in 1995. In 1996, he was selected by BYU to receive a "University Young Scholar" fellowship. Dr. Stice has published articles in The Accounting Review, Decision Sciences, Issues in Accounting Education, The CPA Journal, and other academic and professional journals. He is currently coordinating the curriculum revision efforts still underway at BYU. Jim and his wife, Kaye, have seven children: Crystal, J.D., Ashley, Whitney, Kara, Skyler, and Cierra.

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