Financial Accounting: An Introduction to Concepts, Methods and Uses

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Cengage Learning, Feb 25, 2009 - Business & Economics - 960 pages
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This widely respected financial accounting text captures the predominant market share among graduate, MBA, and higher-level undergraduate programs. With great clarity, it presents both the basic concepts underlying financial statements and the terminology and methods that allow students to interpret, analyze, and evaluate actual corporate financial statements. Its complete integration of International Financial Reporting Standards, inclusion of the latest developments on Fair Value Accounting, and coverage of the Codification of US GAAP makes this edition the essential text for global financial reporting and management.
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Contents

Accounting Concepts and Methods
103
Measuring and Reporting Assets and Equities Using US GAAP and IFRS
309
Synthesis
715
Time Value of Cash Flows
805
Compound Interest and Annuity Tables
829
Glossary
835
Index
921
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Katherine Schipper is the Thomas F. Keller Professor of Accounting at the Duke University, Fuqua School of Business. She is a former Board member of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), a past president of the American Accounting Association and a winner of its Outstanding Educator award, and a member of the Accounting Hall of Fame.

Jennifer Francis is the Douglas and Josie Breeden Doctoral Professor of Accounting and Senior Associate Dean for Faculty at the Duke University Fuqua School of Business. Her research and teaching expertise in financial reporting, equity valuation, and security analysts' role in the capital markets has led to over a dozen teaching awards.

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