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The Frank Wood books have taught generations of accounting students how to think and act as accountants. Now in its 12th edition, Business Accounting Volume 2 continues to offer an indispensible guide for any accounting student. Financial accounting, financial reporting, financial analysis, and management accounting concepts are all covered in this accessible, practical text.
The 12th edition is updated to be fully compliant with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), and with current IFRS terminology.
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Additionally, lecturers will find an online solutions manual featuring fully-worked solutions to questions from the text, a brand-new PowerPoint presentation, and a comprehensively revised and updated bank of exam questions.
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Business Accounting Volume 2 is used on a wide variety of courses in accounting and business, both at secondary and tertiary levels for those studying for professional qualifications.
Alan Sangster is a chartered accountant (ICAS) with an undergraduate degree in Business Studies, a masters degree in Operational Research, and a PhD in accounting education. He has worked at Glasgow Caledonian University; the University of Strathclyde; Aberdeen University, The Queens University, Belfast; the Open University; the Robert Gordon University; and Middlesex University. He has published over 50 articles and book chapters and has presented his research at over 100 conferences. He is professor emeritus at Middlesex University, London, and is an international visiting professor at the University of S©o Paulo, Brazil and at the University of Minho, Portugal. His research interests lie in accounting systems, accounting education, accounting practice, and accounting history, where his focus is upon accounting and business practice from 1200 to 1900 and, in particular, the life and work of Fra Luca Pacioli. He has been co-author of Business Accounting and A-Level Accounting since 1994 and will be editor of Accounting Education: an international journal from 2012.