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Financial Accounting for Management

by Paresh Shah

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0195690095, Paperback)

Financial Accounting for Management is a comprehensive textbook, with a strong focus on fundamentals, and has been specially designed to meet the needs of MBA students. It has systematically organised text that discusses the essential concepts and principles of financial accounting essential for decision making, and is highly application oriented. The book aims to develop the reader's skill for maintenance and evaluation of accounting needs for day-to-day business decision making. Oriented towards providing the reader with decision making insights, the book is likely to become popular as an independent, self-contained text for undergraduate and postgraduate students. This book would also serve as a handy reference book for entrepreneurs and practitioners to make informed and systematic business decisions.

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This edition has been updated with one new chapter, new sections, IFRS content, recent data from the financial statements of various companies as well as exercises and problems for students. The text material has been restructured to focus on the changes since the last edition. It is now divided into 18 chapters and has four appendices. Beginning with the fundamentals of accounting, the book discusses the recognition of transactions. It goes on to discuss the preparation, analysis, and interpretation of financial statements, which is followed by a separate section on analytical accounting. Finally, it discusses the cash flow statement, legal and regulatory aspects of accounting, corporate governance, accounting standards, shares and debentures, and the contemporary issues in accounting.… (more)

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