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A practical and theoretical manual for real estate practitioners.
During many years in practice, the author has identified the most common problems and known pitfalls associated with the industry, which are highlighted in this text. Thorough knowledge of the contents of this book will enable the practitioner to handle calculations related to the time value of money with confidence.
The manual will be equally useful to students of real estate and financial theory.
An accessible, comprehensive analysis of the main principles and rules of banking regulation in the post-crisis regulatory reform era, this textbook looks at banking regulation from an inter-disciplinary perspective across law, economics, finance, management and policy studies. It provides detailed coverage of the most recent international, European and UK bank regulatory and policy developments, including Basel IV, structural regulation, bank resolution and Brexit, and considers the impact on bank governance, compliance, risk management and strategy.
This comprehensive new text breaks the mould of traditional Public Sector Economics texts. It provides the student with a solid grounding in theory and focuses on how this theory can be applied to a broad range of contemporary issues such as health and education, the monopoly regulation and privatisation, as well as taxes and incentives. This approach teaches the student to understand how the public sector interacts with the rest of the economy, why governments act in the way they do, enabling them to evaluate policies and their alternatives.
Questions on SA Tax 21st edition is the second publication in the Questions on SA Tax series designed to provide comprehensive tutorial coverage to taxation students. This book covers foundational topics and those typically dealt with in the study of tax at an undergraduate level.
This tutorial book includes questions and selected solutions on South African income tax, estate duty and value-added tax. Up-to-date questions are graded, allowing students to develop their abilities from an introductory to an advanced level. A selection of tutorial solutions is included in the book, and solutions to all questions are provided to lecturers at prescribing institutions.
Mark plans are allocated to solutions.
Get a flying headstart on trend trading with this comprehensive how-to guide The Universal Tactics of Successful Trend Trading: Finding Opportunity in Uncertainty delivers powerful and practical advice for the serious trend trader. Using the principles identified in The Universal Principles of Successful Trading, author Brent Penfold shows curious investors how to become a long-term winner with tried-and-true trend trading methodologies. The book includes in-depth and comprehensive treatments of topics like: - Why trend trading is so appealing - Popular and effective trend trading strategies - How to measure risk - Common trend trading mistakes and how to avoid them Investors and readers will also discover the importance of risk, and how to judge outcomes and strategies on a risk-adjusted basis. Perfect for anyone interested in trading successfully, The Universal Tactics of Successful Trend Trading is a key strategy guide that belongs on the shelf of anyone involved in the buying and selling of financial securities.
For courses in Actuarial Mathematics, Introduction to Insurance, and Personal/Business Finance. This text presents the basic core of information needed to understand the impact of interest rates on the world of investments, real estate, corporate planning, insurance, and securities transactions. The authors presuppose a working knowledge of basic algebra, arithmetic, and percents for the core of the book: their goal is for students to understand well those few underlying principles that play out in nearly every finance and interest problem. There are several sections that utilize calculus and one chapter that requires statistics. Using time line diagrams as important tools in analyzing money and interest exercises, the text contains a great deal of practical financial applications of interest theory as well as its foundational definitions and theorems. It relies on the use of calculator and computer technology instead of tables; this approach frees students to understand challenging topics without wilting under labor-intensive details.
Designed for undergraduate/graduate courses in auditing, the cases in this textbook create a realistic view of auditing by putting the abstract concepts into practice.
For accounting students enrolled in a governmental and nonprofit accounting course. This is a comprehensive textbook that is written through the eyes of the learner to prepare them for professional government and not-for-profit accounting practice and the CPA exam. *
For introductory Financial Accounting courses that are not using debits and credits. Relevance for majors and non-majors-accounting concepts explained in a business context. Financial Accounting: A Business Process Approach explains accounting concepts in a way all majors can understand by organizing the material around how a business works. This text's business process approach presents a business topic and then shows the accounting concepts behind it-rather than solely explaining accounting concepts based on the balance sheet order. The new edition is completely integrated with MyAccountingLab-Pearson's Web-based training and assessment software-so students can have unlimited practice and experience more I Get it moments.
For Introductory Financial Accounting courses at the MBA level, and for rigorous undergraduate courses. A unique blend of theory, practice, and robust financial statement analysis. Introduction to Financial Accounting describes the most widely accepted accounting theory and practice with an emphasis on using and analyzing the information in financial statements. This text also compares U.S. GAAP to IFRS where relevant.
Well-known for its engaging, conversational style, this text makes sophisticated concepts accessible, introducing students to how markets and institutions shape the global financial system and economic policy. Principles of Money, Banking & Financial Markets incorporates current research and data while taking stock of sweeping changes in the international financial landscape produced by financial innovation, deregulation, and geopolitical considerations. It is easy to encourage students to practice with MyEconLab, the online homework and tutorial system. New to the Twelfth Edition, select end-of-chapter exercises from the book are assignable in MyEconLab and preloaded problem sets allow students to practice even if the instructor has not logged in. For more information about how instructors can use MyEconLab, click here.
For undergraduate courses in derivatives, options and futures, financial engineering, financial mathematics, and risk management. A reader-friendly book with an abundance of numerical and real-life examples. Based on Hull's Options, Futures and Other Derivatives, Fundamentals of Futures and Options Markets presents an accessible and student-friendly overview of the topic without the use of calculus. Packed with numerical examples and accounts of real-life situations, this text effectively guides students through the material while helping them prepare for the working world.
This title covers topics that are found in levels one and two of an undergraduate level module where students are studying a programme in the area of economics, finance, accountancy or more broadly management.
Suitable for upper level advanced management or cost accounting courses at the undergraduate or MBA/graduate level. Assumes knowledge of management and/or cost accounting.This text provides leading-edge treatment of innovative management accounting issues used by major companies throughout the world. Takes a systematic management- oriented approach to advanced management topics. Each chapter is accompanied by cases to illustrate the concepts discussed.
For courses in Accounting Information Systems. Navigate the crossroads of accounting and IT. Kay/Ovlia is designed to assist students' journey as they explore the crossroads of accounting and IT-the very place where they'll learn how to gain a competitive edge in the accounting field. To help them on their journey, this text presents information on how to develop communication, leadership, strategic and critical thinking, a customer focus, an interpretation of converging information, and technological skills.
Managerial Accountingteaches business students how to use accounting to make better decisions and improve performance.
With over 40 case studies, Management Accounting: A Cases Approach is an ideal companion for students who want to reinforce and deepen their understanding of management accounting theories by working on real accounting challenges.
The book aims to show what managers need when solving daily problems in management accounting, in a real, practical setting.
It is exceptionally well suited for Masterís programs and Management training programs where participants need to see the usefulness of analysis.
Containing simple to advanced level cases, they are ordered by subject matter such as
∑ Budgeting and planning
∑ Cost Accounting
∑ Internal transfer pricing
∑ Corporate capital investment decisions
Understanding IFRS for SMEs is a comprehensive and in-depth approach to unpacking the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for small, medium and micro enterprises (SMEs). In an easy to understand manner, the book explains the conceptual as well as the detailed technical knowledge underpinning the requirements of IFRS for SMEs (supplemented by the same for IFRS where applicable). The text is designed to gradually take a student through the necessary thought processes needed to compile financial statements in compliance with IFRS for SMEs, by focussing on the information and skills needed to apply professional judgment in a compilation engagement and ultimately decision-making. While the number of entities that can apply IFRS for SMEs form the majority of business entities in the market place, there is very little conceptual guidance on the application of IFRS for SMEs. This publication is therefore one of the few texts focussing on the application of IFRS for SMEs, while at the same time allowing the reader to see the contrasting requirements of IFRS. The text is designed to assist a student learn the knowledge required to comply with IFRS for SMEs but also understand the conceptual underpinnings of the standards so as to fully master IFRS for SMEs.
A new, evolutionary explanation of markets and investor behavior Half of all Americans have money in the stock market, yet economists can't agree on whether investors and markets are rational and efficient, as modern financial theory assumes, or irrational and inefficient, as behavioral economists believe--and as financial bubbles, crashes, and crises suggest. This is one of the biggest debates in economics and the value or futility of investment management and financial regulation hang on the outcome. In this groundbreaking book, Andrew Lo cuts through this debate with a new framework, the Adaptive Markets Hypothesis, in which rationality and irrationality coexist. Drawing on psychology, evolutionary biology, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and other fields, Adaptive Markets shows that the theory of market efficiency isn't wrong but merely incomplete. When markets are unstable, investors react instinctively, creating inefficiencies for others to exploit. Lo's new paradigm explains how financial evolution shapes behavior and markets at the speed of thought--a fact revealed by swings between stability and crisis, profit and loss, and innovation and regulation. A fascinating intellectual journey filled with compelling stories, Adaptive Markets starts with the origins of market efficiency and its failures, turns to the foundations of investor behavior, and concludes with practical implications--including how hedge funds have become the Galapagos Islands of finance, what really happened in the 2008 meltdown, and how we might avoid future crises. An ambitious new answer to fundamental questions in economics, Adaptive Markets is essential reading for anyone who wants to know how markets really work.
Since the Global Financial Crisis, a surge of interest in the use of finance as a tool to address social and economic problems suggests the potential for a generational shift in how the finance industry operates and is perceived. J. C. de Swaan seeks to channel the forces of well-intentioned finance professionals to improve finance from within and help restore its focus on serving society. Drawing from inspiring individuals in the field, de Swaan proposes a framework for pursuing a viable career in finance while benefiting society and upholding humanistic values. In doing so, he challenges traditional concepts of success in the industry. This will also engage readers outside of finance who are concerned about the industry's impact on society.
Davies: Fundamentals of Auditing provides an innovative introduction to Auditing with a focus on International Standards and the practicalities of conducting an audit. This text is suitable for core undergraduate units in accounting degree programmes often titled: Auditing; Introduction to Auditing; Principles of Auditing.
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