Accounting and Finance for Non specialists

Author: Peter Atrill
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0273716948
Release Date: 2008
Genre: Business & Economics

Accounting and Finance for Non-specialists, sixth edition is aimed primarily at students who are not majoring in accounting or finance but who are studying introductory level accounting as part of their course.

Accounting and Finance for Non Specialists

Author: Eddie McLaney
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 1292062711
Release Date: 2014-09
Genre: Business & Economics

Accounting and Finance for Non-Specialists, Ninth Edition Peter Atrill & Eddie McLaney Attractive, compact and informative book Chris Grover, University of Winchester Written in a fluent and readable style and supplemented by numerous real world examples, Accounting and Finance for Non-Specialists is pretty unique in the field. Navjot Sandhu, Birmingham City University This market-leading text offers an accessible, effective introduction to key accounting and finance topics. With a focus on decision-making, Accounting and Finance for Non-Specialists also teaches you how to apply your learning to real-world business scenarios. The 9th edition retains the popular real world examples, progress checks, activities and exercises, and updates the coverage using an informal and engaging narrative. Key Features *Up-to-date coverage, including the latest IFRSs *Accessible step-by-step approach helps you master the subject one step at a time *New real world examples provide opportunities to apply and develop techniques *New progress checks, activities and exercises reinforce learning *Focus on decision-making prepares you for careers in business.

Business Accounting and Finance for Non specialists

Author: Catherine Gowthorpe
Publisher: Cengage Learning EMEA
ISBN: 1844802000
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Business & Economics

Business Accounting and Finance for Non Specialists is aimed at non-specialist students of accounting and finance on a first course in the subject. It gives a lively and wide-ranging survey of the basic principles of finance, financial accounting and management accounting. The unique approach taken in the first Section of the book is to look at small to medium sized business organisations and their role in the economy ? how they are set up, factors in their success and failure and how they source funds for expansion. This leads to discussion of the role of financial markets and their need for financial information. Sections 2 and 3 then give an account of financial and management accounting principles, respectively. The text is clearly written and technical jargon is minimal - any technical terms are clearly explained and a glossary of terms is provided. The book does not present the hurdle of double-entry bookkeeping at an early stage ? students can progress through the book without double-entry. Illustrative case studies and reference to real-life business examples are used to bring the technical information to life. Business Accounting and Finance for Non-specialists includes a large number of worked examples, to give students valuable practice in using their new skills. Other pedagogic elements include aims and learning outcomes, summaries, Case Studies with questions and solutions, individual learning activities, self-test questions with answers provided in the book, and exercises - the answers to which are divided between the book and the Lecturer?s Guide/Website. Business Accounting and Finance for Non Specialists is aimed at non-specialist students of accounting and finance on a first course in the subject. It gives a lively and wide-ranging survey of the basic principles of finance, financial accounting and management accounting. The unique approach taken in the first Section of the book is to look at small to medium sized business organisations and their role in the economy ? how they are set up, factors in their success and failure and how they source funds for expansion. This leads to discussion of the role of financial markets and their need for financial information. Sections 2 and 3 then give an account of financial and management accounting principles, respectively. The text is clearly written and technical jargon is minimal - any technical terms are clearly explained and a glossary of terms is provided. The book does not present the hurdle of double-entry bookkeeping at an early stage ? students can progress through the book without double-entry. Illustrative case studies and reference to real-life business examples are used to bring the technical information to life. Business Accounting and Finance for Non-specialists includes a large number of worked examples, to give students valuable practice in using their new skills. Other pedagogic elements include aims and learning outcomes, summaries, Case Studies with questions and solutions, individual learning activities, self-test questions with answers provided in the book, and exercises - the answers to which are divided between the book and the Lecturer?s Guide/Website.

Accounting and Finance for Non Specialists 11th Edition

Author: Peter Atrill
Publisher: Pearson
ISBN: 1292244011
Release Date: 2018-08
Genre: Accounting

The 11th edition of this market-leading text offers an accessible, effective introduction to key accounting and finance topics. With a step-by-step approach and a focus on decision making, Accounting and Finance for Non-Specialists teaches you how to apply your learning to real-world business scenarios.

Accounting and Finance for Non Specialists with MyAccountingLab

Author: Peter Atrill
Publisher:
ISBN: 1292138963
Release Date: 2017-02-10
Genre:

This package includes a physical copy of Accounting & Finance for Non-Specialists, Tenth Edition, by Peter Atrill and Eddie McLaney as well as access to the eText and MyLab Accounting. To access the eText and MyLab Accounting you need a course ID from your instructor. The 10th edition of this market-leading text offers an accessible, effective introduction to key accounting and finance topics. If you are new to accounting, or are studying a degree in accounting, this book will help you get to grips with the important principles of accounting and how to apply your learning to real-world business scenarios in a user-friendly manner.

Principles of Marketing with Accounting and Finance for Non Specialists

Author: Frances Brassington
Publisher: Financial Times/Prentice Hall
ISBN: 058284987X
Release Date: 2003-12
Genre:

This brilliant value multipack offers two best selling texts at one unbeatable price. Frances Brassington's Principles of Marketing 3e ( ISBN: 0273657917) is offered alongside Accounting and Finance for Non-Specialists (ISBN: 0273679627) by Peter Atrill.

Online Course Pack

Author: Peter Atrill
Publisher: Financial Times/Prentice Hall
ISBN: 1405807857
Release Date: 2004-08-01
Genre:

This multipack consists of Atrill & amp; McLaney: Financial Accounting for Non-Specialists 4th Edition (ISBN 0273679627) and access to the Atrill & amp; McLaney: Financial Accounting for Non-Specialists OneKey online resources. Now in its fourth edition, this successful text introduces the basic principles and underlying concepts of accounting and finance. It adopts a practical, non-technical approach, making it the ideal text for students from non-accounting disciplines. The text is written from a 'user' perspective, demonstrating ways in which accounting statements and financial information can be used to improve the quality of decision making.

Business Accounting and Finance

Author: Catherine Gowthorpe
Publisher: International Thomson Business Press
ISBN: 1861528728
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Business & Economics

This new introductory text is aimed at non-specialist students of accounting and finance on a first course in the subject. It presents students with a wide-ranging survey of the basic principles of finance, financial accounting and management accounting. The unique approach taken in the first Section of the book is to look at small to medium sized business organisations and their role in the economy Â- how they are set up, factors in their success and failure and how they source funds for expansion. This leads to some discussion of the role of financial markets and their need for financial information. Sections 2 and 3 then give an account of financial and management accounting principles, respectively. The text is clearly written and technical jargon is minimal - any technical terms are clearly explained and a glossary of terms is provided. Illustrative case studies are used to bring the technical information to life. Business Accounting and Finance includes within the text as many examples as possible, to give students valuable practice in using their new skills. Other pedagogic elements include objective test questions, questions based around case studies, suggested group learning activities for use in class, individual learning activities, discussion questions and more-complex questions to test more able/interested students.

Valuepack

Author: Peter Atrill
Publisher: Financial Times/Prentice Hall
ISBN: 1405886714
Release Date: 2007-07-19
Genre:

This Value Pack consists of Accounting and Finance for Non-Specialists, 5/e by Atrill/McLaney; Law of Tort, 8/e by Cooke and Constitutional and Administrative Law, 4/e by Carroll; 1/e (ISBN: 9781405886710)

Multi Pack

Author: Wendy McKenzie
Publisher: Financial Times/Prentice Hall
ISBN: 1405813873
Release Date: 2004-09-01
Genre:


Introduction to Accounting for Non Specialists

Author: Len Hand
Publisher: Cengage Learning EMEA
ISBN: 1844800229
Release Date: 2004-11-25
Genre: Business & Economics

Introductory Accounting for Non-Specialists is aimed at a single-semester module in accounting and finance. The text provides a first-level look at financial and managerial accounting and basic finance for non-specialist students. The approach is to achieve a balance between the technical aspects and underlying concepts. The book is aimed at users of accounting information. Students (as future users of accounting information) need to understand the basic ideas and assumptions that lie behind the numbers. The book is pedagogically well developed and includes learning objectives, tasks, examples, case studies, diagrams, summaries, review questions and exam questions. Answers are provided to the majority of the review and exam questions at the back of the book. Introductory Accounting for Non-Specialists is aimed at a single-semester module in accounting and finance. The text provides a first-level look at financial and managerial accounting and basic finance for non-specialist students. The approach is to achieve a balance between the technical aspects and underlying concepts. The book is aimed at users of accounting information. Students (as future users of accounting information) need to understand the basic ideas and assumptions that lie behind the numbers. The book is pedagogically well developed and includes learning objectives, tasks, examples, case studies, diagrams, summaries, review questions and exam questions. Answers are provided to the majority of the review and exam questions at the back of the book.

Financial Management for Non specialists

Author: Peter Atrill
Publisher:
ISBN: 013376740X
Release Date: 1997
Genre: Business & Economics

The growth in the provision of education through open-learning, coupled with increased pressures on teaching resources, has led to a greater emphasis on student-centred learning. Concurrently, the spread of modularisation is giving students a broader choice of subjects to study beyond their major discipline, including elements of accounting and finance. Conceived in response to this shift in approach and the growth of non-specialist classes, this text provides a broad-based introduction to the main concepts of financial management and their practical application in decision-making. Effective teaching and learning are facilitated through a variety of distinctive features; these are designed to encourage interaction and allow for flexible study and assessment. The clarity of explanations, minimisation of mathematical formulae, and the frequent use of worked examples and practical illustrations further distinguish the text for undergraduate students on non-finance/accounting degree or diploma courses taking an introductory module, and for postgraduate/experience courses such as the ACCA Certified Diploma.

Management Accounting for Non specialists

Author: Catherine Gowthorpe
Publisher: Cengage Learning EMEA
ISBN: 184480206X
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Business & Economics

Management Accounting Accounting for Non Specialists is aimed at non-specialist students of accounting and finance on a first course in the subject. It gives a lively and wide-ranging survey of the basic principles of finance and management accounting. The unique approach taken in the first Section of the book is to look at small to medium sized business organisations and their role in the economy ? how they are set up, factors in their success and failure and how they source funds for expansion. This leads to discussion of the role of financial markets and their need for financial information. Section 2 then gives an account of management accounting principles. The text is clearly written and technical jargon is minimal - any technical terms are clearly explained and a glossary of terms is provided. Illustrative case studies and reference to real-life business examples are used to bring the technical information to life. Management Accounting for Non Specialists includes a large number of worked examples, to give students valuable practice in using their new skills. Other pedagogic elements include aims and learning outcomes, summaries, Case Studies with questions and solutions, individual learning activities, self-test questions with answers provided in the book, and exercises - the answers to which are divided between the book and the Lecturer?s Guide/Website. Management Accounting Accounting for Non Specialists is aimed at non-specialist students of accounting and finance on a first course in the subject. It gives a lively and wide-ranging survey of the basic principles of finance and management accounting. The unique approach taken in the first Section of the book is to look at small to medium sized business organisations and their role in the economy ? how they are set up, factors in their success and failure and how they source funds for expansion. This leads to discussion of the role of financial markets and their need for financial information. Section 2 then gives an account of management accounting principles. The text is clearly written and technical jargon is minimal - any technical terms are clearly explained and a glossary of terms is provided. Illustrative case studies and reference to real-life business examples are used to bring the technical information to life. Management Accounting for Non Specialists includes a large number of worked examples, to give students valuable practice in using their new skills. Other pedagogic elements include aims and learning outcomes, summaries, Case Studies with questions and solutions, individual learning activities, self-test questions with answers provided in the book, and exercises - the answers to which are divided between the book and the Lecturer?s Guide/Website.

Financial Accounting

Author: Catherine Gowthorpe
Publisher: Thomson Learning Emea
ISBN: 1844802051
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Business & Economics

Financial Accounting for Non Specialists is aimed at non-specialist students of accounting and finance on a first course in the subject. It gives a lively and wide-ranging survey of the basic principles of finance and financial accounting. The unique approach taken in the first Section of the book is to look at small to medium sized business organisations and their role in the economy ? how they are set up, factors in their success and failure and how they source funds for expansion. This leads to discussion of the role of financial markets and their need for financial information. Section 2 then gives an account of financial accounting principles. The text is clearly written and technical jargon is minimal - any technical terms are clearly explained and a glossary of terms is provided. The book does not present the hurdle of double-entry bookkeeping at an early stage ? students can progress through the book without double-entry. Illustrative case studies and reference to real-life business examples are used to bring the technical information to life. Financial Accounting for Non-specialists includes a large number of worked examples, to give students valuable practice in using their new skills. Other pedagogic elements include aims and learning outcomes, summaries, Case Studies with questions and solutions, individual learning activities, self-test questions with answers provided in the book, and exercises - the answers to which are divided between the book and the Lecturer?s Guide/Website. Financial Accounting for Non Specialists is aimed at non-specialist students of accounting and finance on a first course in the subject. It gives a lively and wide-ranging survey of the basic principles of finance and financial accounting. The unique approach taken in the first Section of the book is to look at small to medium sized business organisations and their role in the economy ? how they are set up, factors in their success and failure and how they source funds for expansion. This leads to discussion of the role of financial markets and their need for financial information. Section 2 then gives an account of financial accounting principles. The text is clearly written and technical jargon is minimal - any technical terms are clearly explained and a glossary of terms is provided. The book does not present the hurdle of double-entry bookkeeping at an early stage ? students can progress through the book without double-entry. Illustrative case studies and reference to real-life business examples are used to bring the technical information to life. Financial Accounting for Non-specialists includes a large number of worked examples, to give students valuable practice in using their new skills. Other pedagogic elements include aims and learning outcomes, summaries, Case Studies with questions and solutions, individual learning activities, self-test questions with answers provided in the book, and exercises - the answers to which are divided between the book and the Lecturer?s Guide/Website.

Financial Accounting for Non specialists

Author: Peter Atrill
Publisher: Financial Times/Prentice Hall
ISBN: 0273655876
Release Date: 2002-01-01
Genre: Business & Economics

Accessible, learner-friendly and jargon free, this best selling text in financial accounting is the ideal starting point for non-accounting students. Clear and Concise it not only arms the reader with the basic principles of the subject, but actively encourages the reader to build on these through an 'open-learning' approach, involving the reader in various questions and activities along the way. The third edition has been thoroughly updated and revised improving existing features and expanding content. Features include *New material on 'Social Reporting' *Double entry book-keeping included as an appendix only *An updated and revised selection of end-of -chapter, self-assessment, and review questions *Improved glossary of technical terms Financial Accounting for Non-specialists is suitable for all undergraduate and postgraduate students from any discipline, taking an introductory course or module in financial accounting. The open-learning approach also makes it suitable for those studying independently or on distance learning courses The Authors Peter Atrill is the head of the Department of Accounting and Law at the University of Plymouth Business School. Eddie Mclaney is a Visitin