Professor Hirst holds a P. from the University of Minnesota.
Each case utilizes financial statement information (balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flow and/or footnotes) and a number of topical questions. KEY TOPICS Readers use the financial statement information to infer and interpret the economic events underlying the numbers. Related articles taken from business publications accompany some cases, and information from the articles is incorporated into the case question material
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Mary Lea McAnally, P. Students use the financial statement information to infer and interpret the economic events underlying the numbers. Mary Lea McAnally, P. She obtained her P. from Stanford University and . omm. from the University of Alberta.
28 c. SBN: 0131881205.
Contributor(s): McAnally, Mary Lea. Material type: BookPublisher: Upper Saddle River, . Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
by D. Eric Hirst, Mary Lea McAnally. ISBN 9780136033219 (978-0-13-603321-9) Softcover, Prentice Hall, 2008.
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Mary Lea McAnally, University of Texas, Austin.
D. Eric Hirst, University of Texas, Austin. Mary Lea McAnally, University of Texas, Austin.
By: Hirst, D. Eric, 1961-. Prentice Hall, (Upper Saddle River, . ) 1 v. (various pagings) ; 28 cm. Contributor(s): McAnally, Mary Lea. Publisher: Upper Saddle River, . Other title: Financial reporting. Print.
Capstone UG Financial Accounting, Intermdiate, Financial Reporting, Financial Statement Analysis, MBA Financial Accounting. Collection of Financial Accounting cases designed to help students become users of financial reports. Students learn accounting by reading financial statements and by responding to topical questions about those financials.
This casebook introduces students to 38 companies and portions of their financial statements.Each case deals with a specific financial accounting topicwithin the context of one companies's financial statements.