Accounting Measurement

Accounting Measurement

A unit of accounting. Very often, an accounting measurement is a unit of money. For example, if a company records its sales for a month as $25,000, its accounting measurement is U.S. dollars. However, an accounting measurement may also be a non-monetary unit, such as hours worked or jobs created.
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GarciAaAaAeA introduces accounting students and researchers to two of t most important publications during the golden age of a priori research in accounting that preceded the turn to capital market research in North America: Richard Mattessich's Accounting and Analytical Methods (1964) and Yuji Ijiri's Theory of Accounting Measurement (1975).
After describing how basic business activities are reflected in financial statements, this textbook introduces the principles of financial accounting measurement, the classification of assets, the components of a company?
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