Inventory Accounting describes how to set up an accounting system that appropriately handles the accumulation of inventory costs, their summarization in the chart of accounts, and the standard journal entries to be used in order to record transactions. It also shows how to use best practices to increase the efficiency of the inventory tracking and costing functions.
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James Bradfield uses the standard concept of economic efficiency (Pareto Optimality) to assess the efficacy of the financial markets. He presents an
intuitive, and introductory, understanding of the primary theoretical and empirical models that economists use to analyze financial markets, and then uses these models to discuss implications for public policy.
Students who use this text will acquire an understanding of the economics of financial markets that will enable them to read, with some sophistication, articles in the public press about financial markets and about public policy toward those markets.
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