ISBN-10:
0761971416
ISBN-13:
9780761971412
Pub. Date:
02/28/2003
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Corporate Financial Reporting: Theory and Practice / Edition 1

Corporate Financial Reporting: Theory and Practice / Edition 1

by Andrew W Higson
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Overview

'This is a book which should be read by all students, whether undergraduate and postgraduate. It also provides a succinct guide for the manager who wishes to come to grips with this topic, or the accountant nostalgic to recollect the non too praiseworthy and indecisive history of this topic' - Managerial Auditing Journal

Corporate Financial Reporting critically examines contemporary corporate financial reporting. The complexity of the reporting process and the myriad of issues facing the directors, accountants and auditors can only be successfully understood from a firm conceptual base. Recent financial scandals clearly highlight the interrelationships between all the themes explored in this book, from financial reporting to auditing, from management's motivations to fraud.

Special features of this book include:

- A critical examination of accounting 'theory'

- Senior practitioners' insights on 'a true and fair view'

- An exploration of 'the financial reporting expectations gap'

- A discussion of the nature of 'corporate performance'

- An examination of corporate fraud

- An examination of the implications of 'real-time' reporting by companies

- Discussion questions at the end of each chapter

The book will be relevant to advanced undergraduate as well as postgraduate and MBA students.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780761971412
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Publication date: 02/28/2003
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 228
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.53(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Issues in Financial Reporting
An Exploration of the Nature of Accounting 'Theory'
Developments in Accounting and Corporate Reporting
Financial Reporting
Frameworks without Foundations?
Developments in Auditing and Assurance
The Management-Auditor Relationship
Auditing Motivations
Communication through the Audit Report
What Is the Auditor Trying to Say?
An Exploration of the Financial Reporting Expectations Gap
A Reconfiguration of the External Reporting Conceptual Framework Conundrum
The Elusive Holy Grail

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