Accounting Ethics uses concrete examples and case studies, including current situations such as the Enron/Arthur Andersen debacle, to examine the ethical responsibilities of individual accountants as well as accounting firms.
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Accounting Ethics uses real-life examples, including the Enron/Arthur Andersen debacle, to examine the ethical responsibilities of individual accountants as well as accounting firms. The book begins by investigating the nature and purpose of accounting and follows with a brief study of the nature and use of ethical principles in determining accountants' responsibilities. Because accounting is governed by a code of ethics, it examines the ethical imperatives that bind professionals and the specific principles and rules that various accounting codes dictate. Next, the book explores the major types of practices in which accountants engage - auditing, managerial accounting, and tax accounting - and the responsibilities associated with those practices. The book concludes with an investigation into the ethical responsibilities of accounting firms, and the pressures that militate against the fulfilling of those responsibilities.About the Author:
Ronald F. Duska is Professor of Ethics and holder of the Charles Lamont Post Chair of Ethics and the Professions at The American College, Bryn Mawr, PA.
Brenda Shay Duska MT, CPA, is Vice-President of Finance and Administration at Rosemont College, and has extensive experience both as an auditor and tax-accountant with various accounting firms, most recently Del Pizzo & Associates, PC.
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Book Description Wiley-Blackwell, 2003. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: "Accounting Ethics is a book for our troubled times. The Duskas provide a basic primer on ethics for accounting that is helpful to accountants and non-accountants alike. They deftly weave the saga of Enron and Arthur Andersen through a practical and realistic presentation of accounting ethics." --Thomas W. Dunfee, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania "This book is a long awaited and significant contribution to business ethics. At last, a book that addresses the full range of accounting, tax, and audit issues, integrating the perspective of the accounting profession with that of a trained ethicist. This is a must-read for everyone in the accounting profession and in business ethics. Bravo Duskas!" --Patricia H. Werhane, Darden Graduate School, University of Virginia "Accounting Ethics offers a superb, accessible introduction to the traditions and responsibilities of individual accountants and their firms." --Carlin Romano, The Philadelphia Inquirer ". the author's clear, practical, and jargon-free presentation makes this book a valuable resource or nonaccountants and required reading for every accountant and student of accounting." --Choice, November 2003 ".this textbook is likely to be very useful. It is easy to read, informative and provides a good base for discussion." --Stuart Turley, University of Manchester "As a guide to the basic issues and ideas concerning ethics for students with little prior exposure to the debates in accounting and the theories in ethics, this text is likely to be very useful. It is easy to read, informative and provides a good base for discussion." --European Accounting Review. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0631216510
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