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ACCOUNTING & FINANCE TITLE CATALOG

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PRACTICAL MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING A Business Planning Approach John Brooks Peacock and Chris Akroyd

© 2018 This text presents students with a new approach to managerial accounting focused on three broad areas within the discipline and profession: planning, evaluation, and decision-making. The text introduces a breadth of new tools that help to illustrate fundamental managerial accounting concepts such as cost-volume-profit, variance analysis, time-value-of money, and cost flows.

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MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING A Business Planning Approach Noah P. Barsky and Anthony H. Catanach, Jr.

© 2018

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Built around authentic business problems and information needs, this text prepares students to compete in today’s dynamic business environment. In each chapter students see how target skills and tools are applied in real-world business situations. Specific topics include evaluating financial performance, planning profitable operations, using forecasting tools and techniques, analyzing budgets and costs, and preparing and presenting business plans.

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COMPREHENSIVE BUSINESS LAW Michael Bootsma, Michael Thieme, Charles Damschen, Sophia Harvey, Craig Nierman

Š 2018

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This text uses real life court cases combined with strong supporting material to educate readers about key legal principles in business law. Students are exposed to court procedures as well as alternative forms of dispute resolution. The textbook contains chapters devoted to tort law, constitutional law, criminal law, property law, employment law, bankruptcy law, environmental law, and more.

HOW BUSINESS WORKS Making Profits, Taking Risks, and Creating Value in a Global Economy Robert Kemp, Adam Kemp, and Kelley Kemp

Š 2018

This text takes a holistic, comprehensive, real-world approach to teach students the fundamentals of business, incorporating both theory and practice to introduce the complexities of global business and economy. Adopting professors will have access to a complete online learning environment, which includes a solutions manual, PPT lecture slides, a test bank with over 1,900 questions, and a collaborative teaching community.

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THE NEW GLOBAL MARKETING Local Adaptation for Sustainability and Profit Johny K. Johansson and Michael T. Furick

Š 2018 Featuring more than 20 original case studies, this text is an excellent introduction to what it really takes to succeed as a global marketer. It discusses the ways marketing managers can assess the potential for global expansion and help their firms capitalize on opportunities. The material adapts well-established frameworks to demonstrate how the global marketer can assess company strengths and weaknesses and analyze opportunities and risks in foreign markets.

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SHORT-TERM FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT John Zietlow, Matthew Hill, and Terry Maness

Š 2017

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This text provides a comprehensive overview of topics that are vital for anyone interested in a career in corporate finance. The book is a well-rounded survey of the time value of money, the basics of financial statement analysis, the cash conversion cycle, bank relationship management, and statistical tools. Each chapter includes student learning objectives, discussion questions, and sample problems.

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MACROECONOMICS Principles Deconstructed Brian A. Hunt

Š 2017

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This text offers students a compelling treatment of standard macroeconomic principles. The book takes an incentive-based, open-economy approach to Keynesian economics and challenges students to rethink policy approaches to tackle contemporary domestic and global economic challenges. It helps students see the role they play in the global economy and how their choices shape macroeconomic outcomes around the world.

REAL ESTATE ACCOUNTING AND TAXATION John F. Mahoney, CPA

Š 2017 Tailor-made for those in the real estate industry or those considering entering it, this text is a concise, informative introduction to tools used in certified public accounting practice when dealing with real estate entities. The book also includes a real estate model worksheet that allows users to simulate a real estate transaction with the resulting before and after tax cash flow and the internal rate of return.

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INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MARKETS Peter Koveos and George C. Philippatos

Š 2016

Stressing the interrelatedness and complexity of the global economy, this text helps students understand the international financial environment and its various implications. Over the course of seven chapters, students become familiar with foundational concepts in international finance.

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FINANCIAL AND MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING Key Principles Made Easy Nonso E. Okpala

Š 2016

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Written to be both accessible and readily applicable, as well as highly practical in nature, Financial and Managerial Accounting is an excellent foundational textbook. The book focuses only on the topics students need to master at the introductory level. The particulars of managerial accounting are addressed in chapters on cost-management systems, capital investment systems, and master and flexible budgets.

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STRUCTURED MACROECONOMICS Stephen Gillespie

Š 2016

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This book takes the content of standard, bulky textbooks in the field and pares it down to essential information. It then presents this information in digestible, bite-sized blocks. It teaches students about gross domestic product, inflation, and aggregate supply and demand. Students will also learn about John Maynard Keynes and other classic economists, fiscal and monetary policy, the federal budget, and money and banking.

PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS Joshua Lewer

Š 2016

This book is about analyzing twenty-first century problems with the twenty-first century student in mind. Using current events, real-time macroeconomic analysis, and unique problems, readers will be left with a solid grasp of macroeconomic fundamentals. The book also provides some background of the financial crisis and demonstrates how a bank with $8 billion in cash can go bankrupt.

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BASIC MACROECONOMICS Thomas Kemp

Š 2016

This book covers basic economic principles by teaching economics in the manner of the hard sciences, requiring students to use real data in the application of theory. Students also learn basic macroeconomic abstractions and how to develop and use basic economic models. The text applies these basic modeling techniques and the data to the conventional sectors of the economy including household, business, financial, government, and foreign sectors.

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A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO THE ART OF INTERNAL AUDIT Ahmed M. Abo-Hebeish

Š 2016

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This text provides a complete framework of the internal audit process. Readers will learn how to plan and prepare for an internal audit, how to conduct the initial interview, and how to successfully create and implement audit programs. It also explains how to perform the actual audit, including collecting and organizing evidence. The book pays particular attention to the behavior of the auditor and communicating successfully with the auditee.

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ESSENTIAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM A UNIT APPROACH

Robert Fiore © 2015 REQUEST a Review Copy

Functioning as a complete curriculum package, this innovative textbook covers corporate finance in a series of 3-page “bites,” each of which concludes with a quiz. Topics include time value mathematics, financial assets, and ratio analysis. Students will also learn about forecasting and cash budgeting.

FINANCIAL, LEGAL AND ECONOMIC FUNDAMENTALS OF REAL ESTATE David Hysinger ©2015 REQUEST a Review Copy

This anthology teaches students the financial, legal, and economic principles of real estate, and addresses real estate’s inherently social/institutional nature. Covering all aspects of real estate, from its role in family relationships to the involvement of major financial institutions, the book is ideal for upper division finance courses in commercial or residential real estate.

REAL WORLD MICROECONOMICS David Moglen ©2015 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book includes a detailed analysis of how businesses can most efficiently decide on the most vital questions, including their output level, pricing, and how many workers, machines, and materials to acquire. There is also a complete treatment of market structures, from pure competition to pure monopoly and everything in between.

REAL WORLD MACROECONOMICS David Moglen © 2015 REQUEST a Review Copy

In Real World Macroeconomics, the major issues facing the national economy are fully analyzed, including output, employment, and inflation. Students experience a hands-on approach to delve into business cycles, fiscal policy, and monetary policy. The all-new chapter “The Financial Crisis” has the depth and scope to do justice to the inception of the Great Recession in a treatment that goes well beyond all other introductory economics textbooks.

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INTEGRATED AND COMPREHENSIVE PROBLEMS IN TAXATION Anu Varadharajan ©2015 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text allows students to explore and address complex tax problems in a safe learning environment. It provides opportunities to combine and integrate target concepts in order to solve complex, inter-related tax problems. The book concludes with a comprehensive tax return case.

MASTERING MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING KEY CONCEPTS THROUGH PROBLEM SETS Christine Denison ©2015 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text emphasizes working through problems over reading about theory and identifies clear procedures for completing each problem successfully. The heart of each chapter features an appropriate method for solving problems, an illustrative example, and an introductory stop-check problem for immediate application.

MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING FOR SMALL, PRIVATELY OWNED BUSINESSES

A GUIDE TO BUSINESS AND PERSONAL FINANCIAL SUCCESS David E. Tooch ©2015 REQUEST a Review Copy

With its shared focus on the management of small businesses and the financial well-being of individuals, this book covers everything needed to successfully run a business or increase personal wealth. All material is rooted in real-world business practices and presented in a clear, concise, and accessible way.

COST ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERIAL PLANNING, DECISION MAKING AND CONTROL Woody Liao, Andrew Schiff, Stacy Kline and Hsihui Chang ©2014 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book emphasizes the analysis and evaluation of cost accounting information for managerial planning, control, and decision-making. It provides a complete and concise coverage of topics commonly included in a basic course, with an in-depth coverage of selected topics more appropriate for an advanced course in cost accounting.

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PRINCIPLES OF REAL ESTATE ACCOUNTING AND TAXATION Joel Rosenfeld ©2014 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text combines both accounting and taxation within one book specific to commercial real estate. The accounting sections of the book give students a better understanding of the accounting process that ultimately produces the financial statements critical in buying and selling real estate.

REVENUE MANAGEMENT, COST CONTROL, AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY Godwin-Charles Ogbeide ©2014 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text uses a step-by-step spreadsheet approach to accounting and financial analysis. It teaches students budgeting and other financial competencies needed in the hospitality industry and was designed for students and managers to use with little or no facilitation by an instructor.

A NOVEL INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE FINANCE Jonathan Manley Godbey and Jason Mehl ©2013 REQUEST a Review Copy

Structured as a work of literary fiction, this book successfully uses a compelling narrative to tell the “story” of Corporate Finance. The format raises fascinating questions that are often overlooked in introductory courses. Students are interested in the plot and the fate of the characters, and are consequently highly motivated to understand the integrated business concepts.

ADVENTURES OF A DEAN

A PRIMER ON BUSINESS SCHOOL MANAGEMENT Dr. Howard Frank ©2013 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book examines the interpersonal, professional, and financial aspects of being a dean, and illustrates how politics continually impacts a dean’s goals and strategies. Adventures of a Dean is a candid discussion of the opportunities and the risks facing deans, as well as a lesson in business school financial planning and strategy.

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TEMPERED WITH REALITY

ECONOMIC THEORY AND THE REAL WORLD A. P. O’Malley ©2013 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book analyzes several economic theories and measures each against reality to determine whether or not these theories actually work in the real world. The seven chapters of the book address familiar topics such as free markets, unemployment, inflation, fiscal and monetary policy, and the International Monetary Fund.

PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Ramon P. DeGennaro ©2012 REQUEST a Review Copy

The goal of this text is to provide students with information they can recall throughout their lives. This is a highly unique text that is ideal for instructors teaching financial management and business management courses. The selected readings bring together a range of traditional and nontraditional financial management topics.

STEP-BY-STEP BUSINESS MATH AND STATISTICS Jin W. Choi ©2011 REQUEST a Review Copy

This book fills the gap left by many textbooks that are often dedicated to either mathematics or statistics, but not both. It also serves as both a textbook that describes basic concepts and a workbook that shows plenty of examples and exercise problems. This book covers only the most fundamental topics in business mathematics and statistics and truly lays down the basic concepts step by step.

STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Stuart Strother and Orlando Griego ©2011 REQUEST a Review Copy

This text explores essential statistical techniques, including data collection, simple graphic and numeric statistical procedures, probability, hypothesis testing, and regression. The book is designed to show readers how to become producers of statistical analysis, which will help them make decisions and become better consumers of information.

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