Law and Accounting / Edition 1by Lawrence A. Cunningham
Pub. Date: 10/06/2005
Publisher: West Academic Publishing
This traditional “cases and materials” approach underscores how accounting standards bear earmarks of
This book is both revolutionary and traditional, using primary materials rather than author narrative. By adopting this traditional approach for law and accounting, Cunningham’s new book puts the subject on par with other law school courses.
This traditional “cases and materials” approach underscores how accounting standards bear earmarks of functional law. To facilitate analogical and critical engagement on par with other law school teaching books, pedagogical design follows the classic casebook method of arranging cases and materials in pairs of opposites and complements. This arrangement enables conceptualizing accounting as functional law as theoretical and analytical matters as well. This original content also illuminates transaction economics, factors associated with accounting irregularities and the lawyer’s role in financial reporting.
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