Today's successful companies are those that recognize that they have responsibilities to stakeholders that go beyond mere compliance with the law or meeting the fiduciary responsibility inherent in maximizing returns. This book focuses on engaging stakeholders for long-term value creation.
As stakeholder relationships and business in society have become increasingly central to the unfolding of stakeholder thinking, important new topics have begun to take centre stage in both the worlds of practice and academia. The essays in this book focus on the practice of stakeholder engagement.
This title covers topics that are found in levels one and two of an undergraduate level module where students are studying a programme in the area of economics, finance, accountancy or more broadly management.
Looks at the theory and practice of modern banking, and at the prospects for the future. This text is devoted to micro issues of banking, including competition, structure, performance, risk, and regulation.
This revised fifth edition provides a thorough understanding of the subject, principally for students preparing themselves for professional examinations but also for managers who need to communicate with members of the accounting profession.
Teaches students how businesses use spreadsheets and databases in accounting. This book explains how to use these tools in solving real accounting problems and is written in a step-by-step format, with plenty of screenshots making it easy to follow.
Updated to include the changes in international accounting, auditing and financial reporting standards, this edition features new questions from some of the most prominent exam boards including ACCA, IACEW and CAI and a new emphasis on corporate governance and responsibility.
Incorporates the changes in the world of international finance over the years. This book focuses on the emergence of new markets - particularly the rise to financial prominence of China and India and other growth economies in Asia and elsewhere.
Teaches the essentials of management accounting. This guide covers the fundamentals of management accounting, including cost accounting, how to develop and use information for costing products and services, decision making, operational budgeting, performance evaluation, and other important subjects.
In every aspect of our lives we are suffering from information overload. But organisations and the individuals within them can develop strategies in order to manage information. This book explains these strategies, and takes a problem-solving approach, contextualising theory within examples from a range of organisations.
Provides an introduction to accounting for foundation level students. This book begins with a comprehensive stage-by-stage introduction to double entry book-keeping and accounting. It is suitable for the wide range of introductory courses in accounting and business studies at Colleges of Further Education.
Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 3rd Edition by Robert Parrino, David Kidwell, and Thomas Bates develops the fundamental concepts underlying corporate finance in an intuitive manner while maintain a strong emphasis on developing computational skills.
In this new and fully updated Seventh Edition of Corporate Finance: Principles and Practice, the key principles and mathematical techniques are clearly explained step-by-step and put into practice through numerous vignettes which take a closer look at real-world and well-known companies.