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This guide highlights a variety of print and online resources for research in accounting, auditing, and taxation.
Content types: Current and archival tax research materials; complete libraries of Federal, State, Local and International tax research materials; RIA analysis; daily updates of cases and rulings. Dates covered: Current
Containing descriptions of all recent auditing, accounting and regulatory developments, this 2018 alert will ensure that accountants have a robust understanding of the business, economic, and regulatory environments in which they and their clients operate.
Scandals relating to manipulation and fraud have dominated much of the history of business and the accounting profession in America since it's founding. This book brings to light the importance of incentive structures of key players, consideration of economic and psychological perspectives on behavior, and the need for increasingly effective regulation, which becomes more obvious by considering decades of abuse.
Successful innovation is a true challenge and especially when today's companies are intertwined in close inter-organizational relationships and networks with e.g. customers and suppliers. Research has indicated that accounting can play important roles in such innovation processes. Accounting, Innovation and Inter-Organisational Relationships gathers leading researchers from all around the world to argue for the importance of more systematic knowledge about accounting, innovation and inter-organisational relationships.
Consumption of alcohol is a globally ubiquitous, often controversial activity, and business organizations in this sector are of significant social and economic relevance. This book draws on accounting records from the sector to reveal fresh and unique insights into the historic development of the production of alcoholic beverages.
Advances in Management Accounting(AIMA) is a publication of quality applied research in management accounting. The journal's purpose is to publish thought-provoking articles that advance knowledge in the management accounting discipline and are of interest to both academics and practitioners.
Recent audit challenges are spotlighted to allow for planning in avoiding the new revenue recognition standards. This guide includes 16 industry-specific chapters for the following industries: Aerospace and Defense, Airlines, Asset Management, Broker-Dealers, Construction Contractors, Depository Institutions, Gaming, Health Care, Hospitality, Insurance, Not-for-Profits, Oil and Gas, Power and Utility, Software, Telecommunications, and Timeshare.