International Accounting5th Edition
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Ch. 1 Introduction to International Accounting&
Ch. 2 Worldwide Accounting Diversity
Ch. 3 International Convergence of Financial Reporting
Ch. 4 International Financial Reporting Standards: Part I
Ch. 5 International Financial Reporting Standards: Part II
Ch. 6 Foreign Currency Transactions and Hedging Foreign Exchange Risk
Ch. 7 Translation of Foreign Currency Financial Statements
Ch. 8 International Taxation
Ch. 9 International Transfer Pricing
Ch. 10 Management Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations
Ch. 11 Auditing and Corporate Governance: An International Perspective
Ch. 12 International Sustainability Reporting
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Mark Finn, Clinical Professor of Accounting and International Business at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. He teaches core financial accounting and advanced classes in financial reporting, taxation, international accounting, and sustainability reporting.
Giorgio Gotti, Chair of the Accounting and Information Systems Department and an Associate Professor of Accounting at the College of Business Administration, University of Texas at El Paso. He is the Past-President of the American Accounting Association (AAA) International Accounting Section.
NEW! Chapter Layout:
A more organized approach has streamlined this edition from 15 to 12 chapters.
NEW! IFRS Standards:
Updated information on Business Combinations/Consolidations and Segment Reporting, as well as Revenue Recognition, Financial Instruments, and Leases.
NEW! Sustainability Reporting Coverage:
NEW! An increasingly more common topic area among global enterprises, it is now a mandatory part of the corporate reporting model in many countries.
NEW! Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Updates:
Updates made to chapter on international taxation covers the international tax provisions in the new U.S. tax law (TCJA 2017).
NEW! End-of-Chapter Content and Cases:
Extensive end-of-chapter assignments and new cases that help students develop their analytical, communication, and research skills.
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