Introduction to Accounting
- Pru Marriott - University of Winchester, UK
- J R Edwards - Cardiff University, UK
- Howard J Mellett - Cardiff University, UK
This New Edition incorporates major changes which improve and update the previous edition. It can be easily used by students working on their own, as well as in a classroom environment.
- Fully illustrated & worked examples
- Student Activities
- End of chapter questions, many of which have been taken from major accounting examination bodies.
-The solutions to all activities are given at the end of each chapter, and answers to the end of chapter questions are also supplied.
Introduction to Accounting is an essential textbook for undergraduate accounting students. It is designed to meet the needs of both the non-specialist and those intending to specialise in accounting at undergraduate and also postgraduate levels. The Solutions Manual will be available via the SAGE website.
`Introduction to Accounting has already stood the test of time, and this new and improved third edition will ensure that it remains one of the best, if not the "best ever" introductory textbooks on accounting'- Michael Sherer, University of Essex
`I think the book admirably achieves the authors' objective of providing an introduction to accounting which embraces both the basic techniques and the underlying theoretical concepts'- Accounting and Business Research
`…an excellent book which should be compulsory reading for all first year students on accounting degree courses'- Association of Banking Teachers Bulletin
Well organized and structured publication.
Uses an accessible language facilitating the understanding of theory and practice.
Integrates fundamental concepts showing a necessary caution in interpreting the results obtained.
It is useful for a diverse set of users connected to the academic and professional field.
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