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Accountancy's Faulty Sums

by Keron Bhattacharya

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0333573285, Hardcover)

Exploring the principle and practice of finance and accounting, both in the USA and UK, and its various anomalies and limitations, this book exposes the practical limitations of these theories with examples and case studies. It attempts to diagnose problems and briefly mentions some modern methods such as activity-based costing (ABC), financial mobility, and just in time (JIT). By the author of "The New Frontiers For Business Analysis", who has also published articles in the "The Financial Times", "The Times", "The Guardian", "Management Today", "Accountancy", "Management Accounting" and "Accountancy Age".

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