This book provides a comprehensive and critical overview of learning accounting. It illustrates that when learners need to mentally integrate two or more distinct items of information, it places unnecessary demands on cognitive load.
The book discusses the cognitive load theory, which assumes that the task of mental integration increases the load on already limited working memory, and it does so to such an extent that learning may be severely impeded. The book also investigates how students
Accounting literature refers to the procedural and conceptual approaches in the teaching of an introductory accounting course. This book integrates these two approaches by teaching students to understand the why, before considering the how of accounting.
The dictionary defines terms from all aspects of personal and international finance, including financial trading, foreign exchange, derivatives, commercial and corporate banking, private investments and borrowing, central banking, monetary policy, and public and government finance.
This book comprises nine chapters drawn from the papers presented at the fourth annual conference of the African Accounting and Finance Association which took place in Somerset West, South Africa, in 2014.
Support exam potential and lay foundations for students' future careers. Written to match the latest syllabus (9706), this resource covers all the key concepts, with targeted exam practice to build confidence. Case studies help students to understand current Accounting practice, preparing them for their future careers.
Secure your financial future before the next big bubble bursts Aftershock provides a definitive look at the economic climate still ahead in 2015 and beyond and details the steps you can take now to secure your financial future.
A simple guide to a smarter strategy for the individual investor A Wealth of Common Sense sheds a refreshing light on investing, and shows you how a simplicity-based framework can lead to better investment decisions.
The Guide to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for Small and Medium Entities (SMEs) has been written to provide an easy-to-read-and-apply practical guide for both practitioners and students of accounting. The textbook combines theoretical aspects and the practical application of financial reporting.
This authoritative A-Z contains over 3,800 clear and concise entries on all aspects of accounting, from financial and management accounting to auditing, taxation, and corporate finance. It includes worked examples, as well as recommended web links for many entries.
Accounting: A Very Short Introduction introduces terms like 'debits', 'pre-tax income' and 'goodwill'. Christopher Nobes covers all of the basic concepts of accounting and examines the main areas of accounting work, such as bookkeeping, financial reporting, auditing, and management accounting.