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Consolidated Financial Reporting

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Consolidated Financial Reporting. / Taylor, Paul.

London : Paul Chapman Publishing / Sage, 1996. 372 p.

Research output: Book/Report/ProceedingsBook

Harvard

Taylor, P 1996, Consolidated Financial Reporting. Paul Chapman Publishing / Sage, London.

APA

Taylor, P. (1996). Consolidated Financial Reporting. Paul Chapman Publishing / Sage.

Vancouver

Taylor P. Consolidated Financial Reporting. London: Paul Chapman Publishing / Sage, 1996. 372 p.

Author

Taylor, Paul. / Consolidated Financial Reporting. London : Paul Chapman Publishing / Sage, 1996. 372 p.

Bibtex

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title = "Consolidated Financial Reporting",
abstract = "The book grounds consolidation procedures within a clearly structured technical and conceptual framework which stresses the development of intuitive understanding, and within the context of contemporary accounting theory and practice. Within this framework controversial areas and debates about group accounting are addressed and the evidence examined. The book also provides ample coverage of areas which are normally only cursorily covered in most professional texts on consolidation, such as consolidated cash flow statements, statements of total recognised gains and losses, foreign currency translation and segmental reporting.",
author = "Paul Taylor",
note = "The book is accompanied by a 185 page solutions manual with technical solutions to the problems contained in it, and a 163 page instructors manual with slides and handouts",
year = "1996",
language = "English",
isbn = "1853962503",
publisher = "Paul Chapman Publishing / Sage",

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RIS

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