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<标题> Accounting in Society Coursework 2011
For this coursework you are required to read the article ‘Accounting Standards – Boon or Curse?’ by W.T. Baxter published in Accounting and Business Research in Winter 1981. The article can be accessed via the Brookes Virtual site for this module. The point of the coursework is to see whether you can read and understand the points made in the article. You are not required to be critical of the points made in the article.
You are required to write an essay covering the following matters:
1. Why is it important to consider whether having accounting standards is a good or bad thing?
2. Outline the history of standard setting in the U.S. and in the UK. Explain the development of standards in the UK since the publication of the Baxter paper.
3. What are the arguments for and against accounting standards? 代寫essay,代寫assignment,英國澳洲代寫Assignment,代寫英語畢業論文,代寫碩士thesis,代寫Accounting, economics, management, education, finance論文
4. Is there a type of accounting standard that is better than other types and why?
Your answers to questions 1 to 4 should be based only on the Baxter article with the exception of your answer to the second part of question 2. In order to describe the development of standards since the publication of the Baxter paper you will need to refer to financial reporting textbooks that are available in the library.
Your answer should cover no more than 6 sides of A4 paper, using Times New Roman font 12, 1.5 line spacing (with the normal margins of Top/Bottom 2.54cm and Left/Right of 3.17cm), excluding your references.
You must include references to the publications read and any other sources consulted. These should follow the guidance on referencing and citing in the Business School guide that can be accessed via Brookes Virtual. It is very important that you note the University guidance on cheating and, in particular, avoid plagiarism. You will need to submit an electronic version of your work through Turnitin. This can be accessed from the Brookes Virtual site for this module.