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Social Accounting Systems
     

Social Accounting Systems

by M. Yanovsky
 
Social accounting grew up as a result of the desire to bring together in a meaningful and comprehensive manner all the available observed facts on the economic and financial activity of a nation. Three social accounting systems of flow have been developed during the last three decades. Each of these systems has been constructed separately and independently. The

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Social accounting grew up as a result of the desire to bring together in a meaningful and comprehensive manner all the available observed facts on the economic and financial activity of a nation. Three social accounting systems of flow have been developed during the last three decades. Each of these systems has been constructed separately and independently. The framework of each system is constructed to tackle specific aspects of the national economy. It is also designed in a manner that helps in framing policies for future activity.

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"Social Accounting Systems by Moshe Yanovsky should be in the reference library of both the student and the professional in social accounting. All teachers of aggregative economics likewise will find this treatise very valuable for reference and source materials." —Wilson L. Farman, The Accounting Review "[Social Accounting Systems] contains a considerable amount of useful information for specialists. . . . I found [Yanovsky's] defense of the conventional concepts of intermediate and final products both original and thought provoking." —G. Stuvel, The Journal of Business

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780202309026
Publisher:
Transaction Publishers
Publication date:
09/30/2006
Pages:
237
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

Meet the Author

Dr. Yanovsky is at present senior economist in the State Comptroller's Office in Israel. He studied economics in the Universities of Chicago and Manchester (where he obtained his doctorate at the Department of Economics and Social Studies in 1963). It was from a thesis he wrote while in Manchester that he drew the inspiration, and much of the material, for this book.

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