The primary goal of this text is to teach students to understand a company's financial statement information. The book's unique organization introduces students to how a business uses accounting information and then focuses on the activities of the firm. This engages students in the type of financing, investing and operating decisions that a firm has to make. This approach is especially ideal for students who will become users of accounting information because concepts, not procedures, are emphasized.
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The goal of this text is to teach students to understand a company's financial statement information. The book introduces students to how a business uses accounting information, before emphasizing the activitives of the firm in the areas of financing, investing and operating decisions.About the Author:
Bruce Baldwin has been teaching at Arizona State University since 1980 and was the Accounting Program Director from 1989-1994. Before coming to Arizona State he taught at Portland State University the University of Alabama the University of Texas Austin and Linfield College. He obtained his Ph.D. in Accounting from Arizona State University in 1979. Professor BaldwinUs teaching interests include financial accounting and reporting intermediate accounting financial and managerial accounting and accounting theory. He is a member of the Certification Advisory Committee of the Arizona State Board of Accountancy and is also an associate editor for the British journal Accounting Education. He has won many awards over the years including the Wantland Outstanding Professor Award form Portland State University in 1988. Bruce has published numerous articles in many academic journals including Issues in Accounting Education the Journal of Accounting Education The Accounting Revi
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Book Description South-Western Pub, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0538879106