|Titre :||Introduction to accounting and finance|
|Auteurs :||Geoff Black|
|Type de document :||ouvrage|
|Mention d'édition :||2nd ed.|
|Editeur :||Prentice Hall, 2009|
|Format :||xix, 406 p. / col. ill. / 27 cm.+|
|Accompagnement :||1  p. card insert|
|Note générale :||Includes card insert: My accounting lab : the power of practice ; student access kit. Previous ed.: 2005.|
|Index. décimale :||133.57 (Comptabilité analytique)|
|Résumé :||Includes card insert: My accounting lab : the power of practice ; student access kit. Previous ed.: 2005.|
|Note de contenu :||
The fully updated second edition of Introduction to Accounting and Finance has been written to offer as clear an explanation as possible of a subject that many students find demanding. Avoiding any unnecessary technical detail, it nonetheless covers all key areas in a student-friendly manner, reinforced by a wealth of practical illustrations and questions.
International Financial Reporting Standards have been used throughout
the book, and extracts have been included from the very latest company reports to illustrate essential changes and impacts.
Concise and logically structured
Attractive four-colour design aids navigation
Extensive coverage of all introductory accounting topics, with every question and case study answered within the book
Real world examples such as Tesco and Sainsbury bring the subject to life
A 'running' case study allows students to see the theory of accounting and finance put into practice
References to websites enable students to obtain the latest company information and data to support their learning
'Did you know?' and 'Pause for thought' boxes apply theory explained within the text to real-life companies and situations
Extensive pedagogy including practice exam papers.
The text is supported by MyAccountingLab, a completely new type of educational resource. MyAccountingLab complements student learning by presenting the user with a study plan that adapts and customises to the student's individual requirements as they progress through online tests.
Students can also practise problems before taking tests, and because most of these are algorithmically driven, they can practise over and over again without repetition. Additionally, students have access to an eBook, animated guides to various key topics, and guided solutions, all of which are designed to help them overcome the most difficult concepts.
Both students and lecturers have access to gradebooks that allow them to track progress, and lecturers will have the ability to create new tests and activities using the large number of problems available in the question database.
Introduction to Accounting and Finance is ideal for business, finance and
accounting students at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
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