Company Accounting provides a thorough introduction to the theory and practice of financial reporting. By tracking the lifecycle of a company, this fifth edition continues to provide students with a logical framework for learning.
Comprehensively revised and updated, Company Accounting, fifth Edition incorporates recent changes to the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as adopted by the Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB). With an easily accessible 'how to' approach, supported by in-depth theoretical coverage and evaluations of the reporting requirements, students will find Company Accounting to be an oasis of clarity in the challenging subject area of tertiary Accounting.
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About the Authors
Peter Jubb, MA (Oxon.), FCA, is a member of the emeritus faculty at the Australian National University. He has 35 years of experience in teaching and curriculum development, primarily in financial accounting, auditing, accounting theory and business ethics. He has also run courses on aspects of financial accounting for government agencies and for students preparing for professional examinations. His research interests are business ethics and private sector financial accounting.
Stephen Haswell, MEc (ANU), CPA, is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting in the School of Economic and Financial Studies at Macquarie University. Prior to this he was a lecturer in the Department of Commerce at the Australian National University. He has extensive teaching experience in corporate accounting and has published widely in the accounting area.
Ian Langfield-Smith was with the Department of Accounting and Finance at Monash University from January 1999 until 2008. Prior to this he held lecturing positions with University of Tasmania and University of Melbourne. Ian has served as Assistant Director (Legislation Review) with the Australian Accounting Research Foundation, as Research Consultant (Accounting Standards) with the CPA Australia, and as Assistant Director (Accounts and Prospectuses) with the National Companies and Securities Commission.