The tenth edition of Accounting (Hoggett et al.) provides an introductory but comprehensive description of the purpose, practice and process of contemporary international financial and management accounting in an Australian context. With the increased emphasis on the globalisation of business, the material is ideal for the study of introductory accounting in a broad international context.
The tenth edition builds on the strengths of previous editions with a strong focus on the decision-making role of accounting, as well as on a student’s acquisition of generic skills such as communication, analytical, problem solving, critical thinking and judgement skills. The technical skills required in the application of accounting concepts still remain a core objective of the new edition.