Accounting Ethics

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Wiley, Mar 10, 2003 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
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Accounting Ethics uses concrete examples and case studies, including current situations such as the Enron/Arthur Andersen debacle, to examine the ethical responsibilities of individual accountants as well as accounting firms.

  • Offers a comprehensive overview of ethics in accounting, as well as an examination of and recommendations for solving the current crisis in this field.
  • Investigates the nature and purpose of accounting.
  • Uses concrete examples and case studies, including current situations such as the Enron/Arthur Andersen debacle.
  • Examines the ethical responsibilities of individual accountants as well as accounting firms .

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Ronald F. Duska is Professor of Ethics and holder of the Charles Lamont Post Chair of Ethics and the Professions at The American College, Bryn Mawr, PA.

Brenda Shay Duska MT, CPA, is Vice-President of Finance and Administration at Rosemont College, and has extensive experience both as an auditor and tax-accountant with various accounting firms, most recently Del Pizzo & Associates, PC.

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