Accounting: An International Perspective

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Irwin/McGraw-Hill, 2001 - Business & Economics - 191 pages
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Accounting: An International Perspective, 5e was written for two primary markets; upper level accounting and MBA Accounting. The Gernon-Meek text could be used in an advanced accounting course where the international coverage in the main text is either weak or out of date; in a topics seminar where international accounting is being covered in 3 or 4 weeks; and in an international accounting course where the focus is on cases and the instructor wants a brief text to be used as a reference. At the MBA level Gernon-Meek will fit nicely into an eight-week international accounting course or any MBA course where the professor wants more current international coverage. This paper bound text is designed to supplement upper level and MBA accounting texts with additional mini-cases and readings covering international accounting concepts. The book provides a general, non-technical overview of international accounting and covers both financial and managerial accounting topics. Recognizing that this is a supplemental text, the authors have re-organized the fifth edition by decreasing the length from 12 chapters to 10 chapters.

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Contents

An International Perspective on Financial Accounting
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Diversity in Financial Accounting Practices
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Harmonization of Financial Accounting Diversity
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