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Global Accounting and Control: A Managerial Emphasis



Global Accounting and Control: A Managerial Emphasis

Sidney J. Gray, Stephen B. Salter, Lee H. Radebaugh

ISBN: 978-0-471-12808-3 January 2001 240 Pages


Class-tested and student-approved, Gray, Salter, and Radebaugh's new text has been praised by reviewers for its clear, concise, and engaging writing style. Throughout, the authors take a user perspective approach, emphasizing what managers need to know as they approach the global business environment. The text's succinct, current, and highly relevant content makes it perfectly suitable for a one-semester MBA or Masters of Accounting course, a final year undergraduate International Accounting course, or as a supplemental text in a MBA Management Accounting or Management Control course.

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Foreign Currency Accounting and Exchange Rate Changes.

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  • The authors have substantial reputations as international accounting researchers and many years of experience teaching international accounting.
  • Discussion questions, exercises and cases provided at the end of each chapter
  • "International Bulletins" provide current and relevant side bars to enliven discussion and enhance learning.
  • Web site references (hot links) throughout the book allow students to go online and further explore topics. These links will be updated on the instructor's Web site.
  • A full set of Power Point slides keyed to the book will be available on the book's Web site.