Accounting for a simplified firm owning depreciable assets: seventeen essays and a synthesis based on a common case : papers from Accounting Researchers International Association symposium, held at Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Administration, Rice University, May 1978
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UP FROM OUR BLACK HOLE by Arthur
by T A Lee
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31 January accounting system actual adjustment aggregate aggregation problem allocation allocation-free alternative amount analysis approach assets assume assumptions automobiles balance sheet basis Blue Book calculated CAPM cars cash inflows cash-flow accounting cent certainty equivalent changes company’s concept core theory current value December 31 decision model depreciation charge discounted dividends drivers earnings Economic Income economic substance Edbejo entity equity estimates evaluation ex post example existing exit value expected figures financial accounting financial reports financial statements firm firm’s forecast framework future cash flows historical cost holding gains hypotheses income statement input investment investors maximize measurement Operational Cash Flow operations opportunity cost output owners paper period predictive present value problem profit purposes rate of return realizable value reinvestment relevant revenues SFTC shareholders simplified specific stockholders taxi business taxi company taxicab company users valuation variables