Essential Finance and Accounting for Managers

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Financial Times/Prentice Hall, 2002 - Business & Economics - 413 pages
The book benefits from a concise approach to the subject, only covering material that the busy manager or executive will need to know; the emphasis is on interpretation and analysis rather than a detailed understanding of finance or accounting sufficiently challenging the reader without being too technical. The text includes excellent pedagogy, namely: learning objectives; self-assessment questions with solutions; step-by-step examples; chapter summaries and numerous diagrams, charts and tables; and real-world case studies with outline and solutions that should help students apply what they learn to the real world of business.

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Leslie Chadwick is affiliated with the University of Bedford Management Centre.

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