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Get this from a library! Accounting, text and cases. [Robert N Anthony; James S Reece; Julie Huffman Hertenstein]. By Robert Anthony and David Hawkins and Kenneth A. Merchant. Accounting: Text & Cases is a product of lifelong dedication to the discipline of accounting. Covering both financial and managerial accounting as well as broader managerial issues, the book incorporates a breadth of. After 5 minutes, if you don't receive the download link, please contact us at our Email Address: [email protected], we would send you.


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This new and updated edition of Management Accounting continues to provide a comprehensive analysis of the concepts, theories and techniques in a simple. ebook library. get accounting text cases 13th edition solutions pdf file for free from our online library. Accounting Principles:a Business Perspective,financial. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Roselyn E. Morris, Ph.D., CPA, is a professor of accounting Ethical Obligations and Decision-Making in Accounting: Text and Cases - site edition site Store; ›; site eBooks; ›; Business & Money.

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You already recently rated this item. Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. Accounting, text and cases Author: Irwin, Irwin series in graduate accounting. Subjects Accounting. Accounting -- Case studies. Accountancy View all subjects More like this Similar Items. I also take issue with their over-reliance on the ethical models of Rest and Kohlberg while only giving token acknowledgement to criticisms of these models.

This book's saving grace is that it has a detailed enough index to cut through the noise. I'm not one to judge textbooks very often, but I really felt compelled to here. I believe the authors are trying to produce something of a hybrid academic philosophy work that is organized like an accounting textbook, however much of the practical takeaways are somehow upstaged by one-line examples and over-the-top theoretical subjects.

Overall there is far too much text in any given chapter which one can see from the very small font. I believe the authors present too many broad frameworks and should probably just pick one or two that they believe are central and solidify an understanding of that.

It seems as though it is hastily put together as the transitions to paragraphs just seem unnatural and clumsy, not to mention the strange alternating of font size, bold, italics as seen on page 17 and Overall a useable book, but really misses the mark in terms of actually teaching anything. Well-written text. But the chapters are often far too long and contain a lot of re-tread of materials from internal auditing and financial auditing courses.

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There are some mammoth cases in this book - fine if you have the time to do them, but for a 10 week course, you can skip over a good deal of what the authors include. If you're a working professional and need to brush up, this might be a good text to use. It seems that much of the material in this text is stuff you can find on the internet in much more abbreviated form.

I like this text but don't feel that warmly toward it. One person found this helpful. This is probably the worst textbook I've ever used.

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It's long-winded and so poorly organized, it makes learning about these topics way harder than they need to be.

For example, there's a section in chapter four that details the investigations of the accounting profession. In the section, it starts talking about the formation of the PCAOB - something that happens decades later! Don't make me read pages of stuff that you're just going to disregard anyways!

I honestly suspect the only reason my class is using this textbook is because my professor knows one of the authors, considering how defensive she gets whenever the class expresses how terrible this book is. This textbook was rented for a week accounting course. This book is frustratingly difficult to read because there's no proper organization of content. Chapters are long and overloaded with information.

Many times I caught myself losing track of what I was trying to learn because the text keeps dragging on, uses too many examples or re-introduces information you've read before in a confusing way. The textbook contains fancy words that only makes the reading difficult.

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Also, I feel that certain passages in the textbook could have been written in a more simple and concise way, however if that was the case, the textbook would have been significantly shorter. The textbook is printed in black and white. There are no pictures, just tons of paragraphs crammed in each page except for boxes of bulleted information.

If you're a slow reader or have trouble focusing, this textbook won't suit you. As you progress, the chapters become gradually harder to read and you may require more time to understand it. If you are a fast reader, then you will most likely have no issues. If you don't, good luck.

I selected this text to teach an Accounting Ethics class. It is just OK. I had trouble finding a decent text for this course.

This book does have case studies in the back of each chapter which is really the only way to teach this course without boring the students to death. The book spends too much time on differnt theories of ethical thought and not enough time on the Accounting profession and the challenges there. Arrived in poor condition. Pretty difficult to study when you have to worry about exchanging the product.

Wish it would have arrived as advertised in the first place. I really liked the class that I had to take this with, but the book was a little underwhelming. I feel like I got a lot more out of the concepts this book is based on and not so much out of the "practical" applications of the book. But, it is a good enough high-level overview for me to recommend it strongly.

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