Accounting for Business Studies

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Routledge, Jun 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 440 pages
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Businesses are complex, and, as a result, teachers face a difficult task developing students' understanding of how they work, especially in the global context. Accounting for Business Studies helps teachers focus on modern commercial issues and integrates accounting into business and management studies.

This book includes:
* A business perspective rather than an accounting perspective
* e-business, including case studies
* Globalisation, including case studies
* Business skills, like interpretation, analysis and communication
* IT integrated into specific business situations
* Includes models such as Porter's Five Forces, Supply Chain, Product Life Cycle
 

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Contents

1 Introducing accounting
1
2 The language of accounting
15
3 The accounting framework
27
4 Year end adjustments
50
5 Trading and profit and loss account and balance sheet ...
69
6 Cash flow forecasting
102
7 Bad debt discounts and adjustments
118
8 Budgeting
142
12 Financial management
251
13 Breakeven and margin of safety
277
14 Costing
301
15 Activitybased costing
325
16 International business
349
17 eBusiness
373
18 Investment appraisal
395
19 Accounting in the business environment
421

9 Budget interpretation
173
10 Accounting ratios
198
11 Limited liability and the stock market
222

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