by Lisa Weaver
Since 2005, all EU listed companies have been reporting under IFRS in their group accounts. The UK’s Accounting Standards Board is proposing that in the next few years all UK companies, other than the smallest, will move to some form of ...
by Alexander Taub & Ellen DaSilva
by Bill Hoogterp
by Steven Collings
Auditing has hit the headlines over recent years, and for all the wrong reasons, and in today’s environment, the result of negligent auditing can be serious resulting in sizeable fines and even withdrawal of audit registration which can be ...
by Michael Czinkota, Iikka A. Ronkainen & Michael H. Moffett
This text is an unbound, binder-ready edition. International Business, 8th edition enables students to become better, more successful participants in the global business place. The internationally cited author team of Czinkota, Ronkainen, and ...
by Lisa Spann
This straightforward, jargon-free book is the answer for all small business owners, from one person concerns upwards. It will tell you all you need to know about your website, whether you are designing and building it yourself or employing a web ...
by Bruce Brammall, Eric Tyson & Robert S. Griswold
Are you thinking about real estate as a long-term wealth opportunity? Whether you’re interested in a house, apartment, vacant land or commercial property, the second Australian edition of Property Investing For Dummies explains what you ...
by Taylor Larimore, Mel Lindauer & Michael LeBoeuf
by John Wiley & Sons (UK)
The first book on the market that focuses on the area of mobile researchMore people have mobile phones than have computers or land lines and for several years researchers have understood that data collection needs to become mobile.
by Melbourne University Publishing
Fairfax&mdash;once a great Australian media company&mdash;faces a grim future. Newspapers worldwide are faltering in the face of competition from the internet, but the fate of Fairfax stands out as being particularly cruel.
A trillion dollar financial industry is revolutionising the global economy. Governments and corporations across the Islamic world are increasingly turning to finance that complies with Sharia law in order to fund economic growth. Even in the ...
by Hannah Morgan
How to Run or Ruin an Economy
by Hachette Australia
A million readers bought The Undercover Economist to get the lowdown on how economics works on a small scale, in our everyday lives. Since then, economics has become big news. Crises, austerity, riots, bonuses - all are in the headlines all the time.
A Casebook and Guide for Financial Managers
by Nic Liberman
Reaching your business goals when you don t see eye-to-eye
by Hachette Australia
Work conflict is risky. It can go bad and poison employee health, work relationships and organizational climates, or it can go well and help to energize problem solving, innovation and bottom-line effectiveness. Managing conflicts up and down the ...
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by Philomena Leung, Paul Coram, Barry J. Cooper & others
Why the Reign of Chinese Luxury Shoppers Has Only Just Begun
Why the luxury market's fate rests in Chinese wallets The media has negatively focused on the Chinese political administration clamping down on gifting. Observers have come to doubt the strength of Chinese consumption as the key driver for luxury.
by Max Bazerman