International Accounting

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Prentice-Hall, 1992 - Entreprises multinationales - Comptabilité - 610 pages
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A concise, comprehensive, and student-friendly introduction to International Accounting. A multinational approach to a multinational topic, it is written from an accounting perspective ... rather than a legal, socioeconomic, or multinational business perspective; and features current cases from developed and emerging nations alike.* NEW - Carol Ann Frost (Dartmouth College) and Gary Meek (Oklahoma State) are new to this edition. NEW - All content reflects the most recent developments in the field. NEW - Incorporates World Wide Web resources in both text and exercises. NEW - Includes a completely new chapter on financial accounting in four emerging economies. NEW - Provides an overview of broad international financial accounting practice differences, followed by a discussion of financial accounting in six developed countries. NEW - Separate coverage of foreign currency translation and foreign exchange accounting. NEW - Contains more coverage of managerial accounting, less on corporate finance. NEW - Offers a simplified approach to risk management. NEW - Emphasizes the essentials of transfer pricing and taxation. NEW - Condenses coverage of changing prices. NEW - Features completely

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Contents

CLASSIFICATION AND DEVELOPMENT
26
Classification
32
COMPARATIVE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING PRACTICES
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