Last Updated: Feb 5, 2012
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Welcome to the Box Hill Institute guide to studying Business Administration. These resources support the courses that are currently taught at BHI.
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Financial accounting and reporting
Call Number: 657 ELL (Elgar Library)
This book is designed to provide a framework to enable students to acquire the requisite knowledge and skills to appraise current practice critically and to evaluate proposed changes from a theoretical base. The 12th edition contains current standards, illustrations from published accounts, a range of review questions, exercises of varying difficulty, outline solutions to selected exercises in an Appendix at the end of the book and extensive references.
Corporate financial management
Call Number: 658.15 EME (Nelson Library)
This book, from the current editors of FMA's journal Financial Management, integrates developments made in finance in the last twenty years, such as principal-agent considerations, asymmetric information considerations, and contingent claims analysis. This third edition covers accounting, cash flows, and taxes, valuing bonds and stocks, asset pricing models, leasing and other asset-based financing.
Accounting in a nutshell
Call Number: 657.0712941 WAL (Elgar Library)
This book covers the basic principles and techniques of both financial and management accounting. It explains accounting principles and terminology and includes regular review and self-test questions. The second edition includes new material and the number of practical exercises and real-life examples has expanded. This edition also reflects the requirements for all the EU listed companies to comply with International Financial Reporting Standards.
Management accounting : information for managing and creating value
Call Number: 658.151122 (Elgar Library)
The fourth edition of Management Accounting explains the contemporary role of management accounting in organisations. Topics include: cost behaviour, cost drivers and cost estimation, budgeting systems, standard costs for control, contemporary approaches to measuring and managing performance, environmental and social management accounting, and capital expenditure decisions.
Call Number: 657 ACC (Elgar Library)
The sixth edition of this text aligns the study of accounting theory to the professional environment. Topics include: accounting theory construction, measurement theory, current cost accounting, exit price accounting, revenue and recognition, behavioural research in accounting, positive theory and capital market research, a positive theory of accounting discretion, assets, liabilities and owners' equity.