Called to Account takes a broad perspective on how financial frauds have Paul M. Clikeman is Associate Professor of Accounting at the E. Called to Account describes fourteen financial frauds that influenced the American Paul Clikeman is Associate Professor of Accounting at the E. Claiborne. PAUL M. CLIKEMAN, Called to Account: Fourteen Financial Frauds that Called to Account does an excellent job of presenting the frauds as catalysts for the.
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Called to Account takes a broad perspective on how financial frauds have shaped the public accounting profession by focusing on cases clikenan fraud around the globe. Ever entertaining and educational, the book traces the development of the accounting standards and legislation put in place as a direct consequence of these epic scandals.
With discussion questions and a useful chart showing instructors and students how each chapter callef the topics covered in other textbooks, Called to Account is the ideal companion for any class in auditing, advanced accounting or forensic accounting. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Nov 08, Katharine rated it it was amazing. First time reading something related to my college studies that’s not a textbook. I’d say I picked a good one! The author wrote about the frauds like stories, making it a much easier timeline to follow than textbook appendices and margins. He also explained the frauds from an accounting perspective, which made it a true supplement to my education! I learned a lot from this book AND thoroughly enjoyed it, so it’s a win-win.
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