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Quality Financial Reporting

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Quality Financial Reporting

Quality Financial Reporting

336 pages, parution le 25/10/2002


A no-holds-barred look at the shortcomings in today's financial reporting standards­­with a prescriptive program for change Financial reports today have become hopelessly complex, and impossible for investors and other capital markets professionals to understand. This hurts everyone involved.
Quality Financial Reporting outlines the rules for QFR, a financial reporting revolutionin which essential figures are reported clearly, truthfully, and in a language that everyone can understand.
Quality Financial Reporting is groundbreaking in its theory, comprehensive in its presentation, and destined to become required reading for accountants and investors alike. A long-overdue recipe for change, it provides readers with:
  • Strategies and techniques for adopting a QFR standard
  • Relevant empirical research that supports QFR
  • End-of-chapter evaluation checklists and questions
"Accounting is the language of business. In recent years, too often language has been distorted to the point of becoming unintelligible. This book is a step toward restoring its usefulness." ­­Warren Buffet Sommaire
  • Section I: Four Axioms and Seven Deadly Sins
  • Chapter 1: Foundation for a Revolution
  • Chapter 2: The Seven Deadly Sins of Financial Reporting

    Section II GAAP Aren't Good Enough

  • Chapter 3: Financial Reporting in the U.S. and Elsewhere
  • Chapter 4: Why GAAP Aren't Good Enough
  • Chapter 5: PEAP, WYWAP, and POOP
  • Section III: Building confidence in quality financial reporting
  • Chapter 6: The QFR Strategy for Overcoming the Old Obstacles
  • Chapter 7: Financial Analysts Speak Their Minds
  • Chapter 8: The Weight of the Evidence
  • Chapter 9: Academic Research-The Empiricists Strike Back
  • Chapter 10: State Your Objections!
  • Section IV: How Close Are You to QFR?
  • Chapter 11: It's Time for an Attitude Check
  • Chapter 12: It's Time to Check Your Choices
  • Chapter 13: How Are Things Between You and Your Auditor?

    Section V: Getting started

  • Chapter 14: Filling in the GAAP Gaps
  • Chapter 15: Reporting Market Values
  • Chapter 16: How to Do QFR-Part I
  • Chapter 17: How to Do QFR-Part II

    Section VI: Finishing up

  • Chapter 18: QFR and Standard Setting
  • Chapter 19: How Not to Do QFR-The Enron Case Study

L'auteur Paul B. W. Miller

Paul B. W. Miller is a professor of accounting at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

L'auteur Paul R. Bahnson

Paul R. Bahnson is an associate professor of accounting at Boise State University.

Caractéristiques techniques du livre "Quality Financial Reporting"

Éditeur(s) Mc Graw Hill
Auteur(s) Paul B. W. Miller, Paul R. Bahnson
Parution 25/10/2002
Nb. de pages 336
Format 16 x 23,5
Couverture Relié
Poids 680g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780071387422
ISBN13 978-0-07-138742-2


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