The Economist Pocket Accountant (Economist Publications) (英語) ペーパーバック – 1987/8/1
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This informative book defines, sometimes with a little irreverence, the complex words, phrases and concepts used in the often mysterious world of high finance and accountancy. What exactly is 'accelerated depreciation', what goes 'below the line', and what is a 'conceptual framework'? These and many other such questions are answered in 'The Economist Pocket Accountant'. 'This is a book which it was a real pleasure to review. It is strongly recommended to everyone who wants to be more certain about what accountants and others mean when they use accounting language.' The Accountant's Magagzine 'Wonderfully readable, accurate and comprehensive, but also it sparkles with a liveliness that the accountancy world rarely manages.' Accountancy Age 'Like its predecessors in the series, its text and cartoons show that a technical book can be serious without being solemn.' The Economist 'Here is a valuable aid to those embarking on a career in accountancy, and to managers and users of accounts who require a working knowledge of accounting matters.' Accountancy.