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Elsevier handbooks summarize the research in a field, and are good for quickly getting a solid background on research in a discipline. Vol 1 of this title sets the context. Vol 2 provides insights into research on different management accounting practices. Vol 3 features contributions from some of the most influential researchers in various areas of management accounting research, consolidates the content of volumes one and two, and concludes with examples of management accounting research from around the world.
Selecting from the wide range of research methodologies remains a dilemma for all scholars, not least those looking to study the world of accounting. Covering a selection of qualitative methodological issues, research strategies and methods, this comprehensive compilation provides an essential guide to the choice and execution of qualitative research approaches in this field.
This 8th Edition builds upon previous issues with a continued focus on major accounting curriculum topics, including intermediate accounting, government and non-profit accounting, tax, advanced accounting, and accounting theory. It also focuses on how to perform accounting, auditing, tax, and business research in an ever-changing accounting and auditing landscape. Furthermore, the text provides information, insights, and more research opportunities to develop effective skills in research and analysis.
Accounting professionals and practitioners need to understand the various major research databases in order to do their work. Although the database interfaces and product names have changed since its publication, this book highlights still useful step-by-step guidance about process and how to approach the underlying research resources published by RIA, CCH, AICPA, FASB, GARS, and IFRS, enabling you to better navigate your accounting and auditing research.
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This Springer site includes over 28,000 books from every scientific discipline plus economics and some social sciences published in English and German from 2005 to 2010 plus selected older series back to volume 1. Examples:
AR provides scholarly review articles that may serve as starting points for research, or to keep up with research trends in a field. Each article attempts to convey the research output of a discipline or topic, and reports the nature of the research, in terms of its empirical findings, theoretical development, methodology or historical development.
This encyclopedia contains nearly 900 entries about topics related to the social and ethical aspects of business. Entries cover theory (agency theory, stakeholder theory, corporate social responsibility), recent events (Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002), topics (consumers, environment), and people of historical significance to the field (Milton Friedman).
This encyclopedia offers entries for all aspects of organizations: structure, process, practices. Topics relate to pschology, business, sociology, polical science, philosophy and more. Topical treatment includes all aspects of theory and the encyclopedia is international in scope.
Taxable income for a multinational enterprise (MNE) is determined on the basis of accounting for the incomes of a U.S. parent and its foreign subsidiaries. This guide reviews the literature on the range of issues that impact transfer pricing, emphasizing what’s of most of interest to accounting and tax researchers while incorporating important contributions from the fields of economics and legal research. The author provides historical context and introduces contemporary topics like the disagreements between U.S. Treasury Regulations and the OECD Guidelines, factors that affect corporate income shifting, transaction costs, tax compliance, and comparison of apportionment vs. separate accounting. The publication also identifies potential areas for future research.
The Tax History Project is a public service initiative from Tax Analysts. Established in 1995, the Project provides scholars, policymakers, journalists, and the general public with information on the history of U.S. public finance. Components include “The Tax History Museum,” “The Price of Civilization,” “Presidential Tax Returns,” “Taxing Federalism,” an image gallery and article archive.
This best-selling dictionary includes more than 3,600 entries covering all aspects of accounting, including financial accounting, financial reporting, management accounting, direct taxation, indirect taxation, auditing, corporate finance, and accounting bodies and institutions. It boasts feature entries on key areas (e.g. Bankruptcy Law and the FTSE share indexes), and its international coverage includes important terms from UK, US, Australia, India, and Malaysia. 150 new entries have been added to this edition to reflect the very latest developments in the accounting profession, e.g. recent legislation, UK tax changes, and reliefs and allowances (e.g. Entrepreneurs' Relief, Annual Investment Allowance).
This book provides a clear and concise introduction and reference for anyone new statistics. Each chapter presents easy-to-follow descriptions, along with graphics, formulas, solved examples, and hands-on exercises. Good for reviewing methods and getting up-to-speed quickly.
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