Ethical Obligations and Decision-Making in Accounting: Text and Cases / Edition 1 by Steven M Mintz, Roselyn E. Morris | | 9780073403991 | Paperback | Barnes & Noble
Ethical Obligations and Decision-Making in Accounting: Text and Cases / Edition 1

Ethical Obligations and Decision-Making in Accounting: Text and Cases / Edition 1

by Steven M Mintz, Roselyn E. Morris
     
 

ISBN-10: 0073403997

ISBN-13: 9780073403991

Pub. Date: 02/20/2007

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

Ethical Obligations and Decision-Making in Accounting gives students a robust ethical framework that is crucial for accountants in the post-Enron era. Incorporating the principles of the AICPA code and other systems of ethics, Mintz and Morris show accounting students how a commitment to ethics can enable accounting professionals to meet their ethical

Overview

Ethical Obligations and Decision-Making in Accounting gives students a robust ethical framework that is crucial for accountants in the post-Enron era. Incorporating the principles of the AICPA code and other systems of ethics, Mintz and Morris show accounting students how a commitment to ethics can enable accounting professionals to meet their ethical obligations both to investors and creditors. No other book so comprehensively examines the elements of the financial reporting system - including the ethics of the internal control environment and the effectiveness of board of director and audit committee oversight - that determine the ethical standard of the accounting process.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780073403991
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date:
02/20/2007
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.48(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Ethics Foundation for Decision Making in AccountingCase 1.1: A Student's DilemmaCase 1.2: Ed Giles and Susan RegasCase 1.3: Jason TybellCase 1.4: Lone Star School DistrictCase 1.5: Reneging on a PromiseChapter 2: Ethical ReasoningCase 2.1: A Faulty BudgetCase 2.2: Better Boston BeansCase 2.3: Eating TimeCase 2.4: Is Internal Whistle Blowing “Right?”Case 2.5: Play BallCase 2.6: Supreme Designs, Inc.Case 2.7: The City of West Buckle, OutermananaCase 2.8: The CPA Review CourseCase 2.9: The Ethics of iPodingCase 2.10: The Tax ReturnChapter 3: Ethics in BusinessCase 3.1: Bhopal, IndiaCase 3.2: Bubba Tech, Inc. (BTI)Case 3.3: Hot & Cold, Inc.Case 3.4: Lupeville Senior CareCase 3.5: Milton Manufacturing CompanyCase 3.6: Taking Care of BusinessCase 3.7: Telecommunications, Inc.Case 3.8: The Federal False Claims ActCase 3.9: The State of NirvanaCase 3.10: Wi-Fi Security: “We Spy for U”Chapter 4: Ethics in Accounting: Ethical Obligations and Decision MakingCase 4.1: Beauda Medical CenterCase 4.2: Campus Sports & Fitness Health ClubCase 4.3: Cleveland Custom CabinetsCase 4.4: Family Games, Inc.Case 4.5: First Community ChurchCase 4.6: JuggyfrootCase 4.7: Phar-MorCase 4.8: The New CEOCase 4.9: The New Staff MemberCase 4.10: ZZZZ BestChapter 5: Legal and Regulatory Obligations in an Ethical FrameworkCase 5.1: Busyboto Scooter Sales, Inc.Case 5.2: Foreign Corrupt Practices ActCase 5.3: KnowledgeWareCase 5.4: Reznor v. J. Artist Management (JAM), Inc.Case 5.5: Second National Bank v. First National BankCase 5.6: The Enron 410K Retirement PlanCase 5.7: The Ethics of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (PSLRA)Case 5.8: The LecturerCase 5.9: Whistle Blowing under Sarbanes-OxleyCase 5.10: Who is Responsible? Chapter 6: Professional Responsibilities and Ethical Obligations in AuditingCase 6.1: Arthur Anderson, RIPCase 6.2: Audit Client ConsiderationsCase 6.3: Bubba and RufusCase 6.4: HealthSouthCase 6.5: Imperial Valley Thrift and LoanCase 6.6: Kazweski & DooktaviskiCase 6.7: Marcus YamabutoCase 6.8: Peachtree Enviro-Management SystemsCase 6.9: The Audit ReportChapter 7: Earnings Management and the Quality of Financial ReportingCase 7.1: Cubbies CableCase 7.2: Edvid, Inc.Case 7.3: Excello TelecommunicationsCase 7.4: Fannie Mae: The Government's EnronCase 7.5: Florida TransportationCase 7.6: Gelt and MoolaCase 7.7: Parmalat: Europe's EnronCase 7.8: Solutions Network, Inc.Case 7.9: Sweat Hog Construction CompanyCase 7.10: United Thermostatic Controls

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