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eBook Accounting Information Systems: Concepts and Practice for Effective Decision Making ePub

by Mark G. Simkin,Stephen A. Moscove

  • ISBN: 0471840335
  • Category: Software
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Mark G. Simkin,Stephen A. Moscove
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc; 3rd edition (April 30, 1988)
  • Pages: 846
  • ePub book: 1826 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1152 kb
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by Mark G. Simkin and Stephen A. Moscove.

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Stephen A. Moscove, Mark G. Simkin, Nancy A. Bagranoff. It takes a conceptual approach to major topics including internal controls, systems studies, management interaction, budgeting and data base design. End-of-chapter brief readings drawn from real life sources enliven the text and prove the career relevance of chapter content

ISBN 13: 9780471033691.

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4. ed. New York/USA: John Wiley & Sons, 1990. crime a sample, rather than a population, ofmodern computer abuse". Profile of the Computer Criminal. Quoting MOSCOVE, SIMKIN and BAGRANOFF on the profiles of. the computer criminal: "Of course, it is not always possible to construct a profile for a given type of crime.

From the Publisher: Based on the authors' bestselling AIS: Concepts and Practice for Effective Decision Making, this dramatically shorter text is entirely updated to reflect recent changes in technology and AIS practice.

Based on the authors' previous work, AIS: Concepts and Practice for Effective Decision-Making, this text . While the subject of internal controls has always been important, changing techlogy makes it even more important.

It includes case studies and exercises.

This textbook for business undergraduates integrates accounting principles and concepts into today's business information systems. This edition has been revised to include an extensive discussion of decision support systems and a new chapter on coding and flowcharting. There are many case studies and sample problems, and the computer supplement has been expanded to reflect the most recent developments in computer hardware and software. The text employs a prototype organization to examine accounting information systems subject by subject, including management concepts in relation to accounting information systems, the flow of data within an information system, internal control systems and a systems life-cycle analysis.