Accounting in perspective: contributions to accounting thought by other disciplines

papers and discussions.
  • 185 Pages
  • 4.76 MB
  • English
South-western Pub. Co. , Cincinnati
Accounting -- Congre
StatementEdited by Robert R. Sterling and William F. Bentz.
SeriesEditor"s series
ContributionsSterling, Robert R., ed., Bentz, William F., ed., University of Kansas. School of Business., Arthur Young Foundation.
LC ClassificationsHF5603 .A325 1969
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 185 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5756915M
ISBN 100538076801
LC Control Number71122443

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The study of accounting theory involves a review of. financial accounting as well as other branches of accounting, such as cost and management accounting, auditing, taxes, and systems.

Various facets of accounting theory are discussed throughout this book. We begin by briefly examining the relationship between accounting theory and the institutional structure of accounting.

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Gray () decided to explore this relationship by deriving four accounting values from various accounting literature and relating them to Hofestede’s () cultural dimensions. Cost accounting is linked to tax accounting, financial accounting and managerial accounting in Exhibit because it is an important component of each discipline.

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The accounting cycle is a series of steps performed during the accounting period (some throughout the period and some at the end) to analyze, record, classify, summarize, and report useful financial information for the purpose of preparing financial statements.

Accounting Theories have developed through observation, analysis, explanation, scrutiny and scanning of the day-to-day accounting practices. Again on the other hand, the day-to-day accounting practices are performed by successful application of those established and generally accepted theories and principles.

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