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Macmillan Higher Education

Corporate Financial Reporting

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Palgrave

Pages: 450
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Paperback - 9781137527653

15 February 2017

$69.99

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Ebook - 9781137527660

24 March 2017

$59.99

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This engaging new textbook takes a refreshing approach to the subject of intermediate level financial reporting. As well as presenting the IFRS clearly, with global, real-life examples, it examines not only the debates...

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This engaging new textbook takes a refreshing approach to the subject of intermediate level financial reporting. As well as presenting the IFRS clearly, with global, real-life examples, it examines not only the debates surrounding their historical development but also critically analyses their current requirements and looks ahead to future challenges in this rapidly changing field. Encouraging students to do more than simply perform calculations, the book considers both the user's perspective, as well as the preparer's, where relevant, allowing an appreciation of the implications of financial information to a business.

This text is aimed at undergraduate, intermediate-level modules on financial reporting on Accounting degrees. 

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-           Balanced consideration of interpretation and technical requirements - exploring the user's perspective as well as the preparer's

-           Written with IFRS in mind, as the generally accepted regulation in many countries globally

-           Looks at key standards, grouped thematically rather than chronologically

-           Supported by international real-life company examples including Canada, Australia, China and the Netherlands

-           Opportunities for practice and preparation for professional exams through different examples, worked problems

-           Supports student engagement with helpful definitions and diagrams for visual interpretation

1 The Growth of Corporate Reporting
2 Regulating Corporate Financial Reporting
3 Preparation and Presentation of Financial Statements
4 The Statement of Financial Position - Tangible Non-Current Assets
5 The Statement of Financial Position - Intangible Assets and Impairment
6 The Statement of Financial Position – Equity and Non-Current Liabilities
7 The Statement of Profit or Loss – Revenue
8 The Statement of Profit or Loss – Costs
9 The Statement Of Comprehensive Income
10 Statement of Cash Flows
11 Financial Instruments – Introduction
12 Financial Instruments – The Standards
13 Accounting Policies and Provisions
14 Income Taxes and Leases
15 Specific Business Activities
16 Business Combinations and Consolidated Financial Statements
17 Accounting for Entity Relationships
18 Interims and Year Ends
19 The Analysis of Corporate Reports
20 The Corporate Reporting Package (CRP)
21 The Future of Corporate Reporting.

The book's companion website features an array of resources to support student learning:
  • Book updates which keep up with discussion of the financial standard
  • Multiple choice questions to prepare students for professional exams
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Dr Roger Hussey is former Dean of the Odette School of Business, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada and was previously Deloitte and Touche Professor in Financial Communications at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, UK. Roger has held senior accounting positions in a number of different companies and has published many books and articles.

Dr Audra Ong is Associate Professor of Accounting at the University of Windsor, Canada. Previously, she was at Nipissing University, North Bay. Prior to 1997, she taught at the Royal Agricultural College and Bath Spa University in England. Audra has published in numerous academic journals and also co-authored in academic textbooks. Her latest book,...

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Dr Roger Hussey is former Dean of the Odette School of Business, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada and was previously Deloitte and Touche Professor in Financial Communications at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, UK. Roger has held senior accounting positions in a number of different companies and has published many books and articles.

Dr Audra Ong is Associate Professor of Accounting at the University of Windsor, Canada. Previously, she was at Nipissing University, North Bay. Prior to 1997, she taught at the Royal Agricultural College and Bath Spa University in England. Audra has published in numerous academic journals and also co-authored in academic textbooks. Her latest book, Strategic Cost Analysis, was published by Business Expert Press (US) in 2012.

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