• Becoming a Conflict Competent Leader 2ED by Flanagan, Wiley

    by Flanagan, Wiley
    “An amazingly comprehensive collection of designs, options, examples, and techniques on how to move from conflict avoidance to constructive resolution.”—Jim Kouzes, coauthor, The Leadership Challenge
    Praise for Craig E. Runde and Tim A. Flanagan’s Books
    Building Conflict Competent Teams
    “A comprehensive, thoroughly researched guide to the crucial and inevitable role conflict plays on a team.”—Patrick Lencioni, author, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
    “Conflict happens on the best of teams. Building Conflict Competent Teams shows team leaders as well as team members how to constructively tackle the challenges that come when people disagree. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to lead, or belong to, a high-performing team.”—Ken Blanchard, coauthor, The One Minute Manager and The One Minute Entrepreneur™
    “Runde and Flanagan have put together a clear, well-written guide to the nature and sources of conflict that arise in teams and, more important, how to maximize the chances that conflict turns out to be the good thing that teams thrive on instead of the bad thing that destroys team performance.”—Douglas Smith, author, The Wisdom of Teams
    Developing Your Conflict Competence
    “A must-have guidebook for the new age of global business. This book shows every leader how to turn feelings of fear into feelings of safety, suspicion into trust, and competitiveness into collaboration.”—Jim Kouzes, coauthor of the bestselling book The Leadership Challenge
    “Craig Runde and Tim Flanagan use their vast experience to give us Developing Your Conflict Competence. Move beyond negative workplace conflict to positive and constructive outcomes with the simple tools and suggestions in this must-read field guide!”—Marshall Goldsmith, bestselling author of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, Succession: Are You Ready, and MOJO

    KSh5,350.00
  • Becoming a Conflict Competent Leader 2ED by Flanagan, Wiley

    by Flanagan, Wiley
    “An amazingly comprehensive collection of designs, options, examples, and techniques on how to move from conflict avoidance to constructive resolution.”—Jim Kouzes, coauthor, The Leadership Challenge
    Praise for Craig E. Runde and Tim A. Flanagan’s Books
    Building Conflict Competent Teams
    “A comprehensive, thoroughly researched guide to the crucial and inevitable role conflict plays on a team.”—Patrick Lencioni, author, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
    “Conflict happens on the best of teams. Building Conflict Competent Teams shows team leaders as well as team members how to constructively tackle the challenges that come when people disagree. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to lead, or belong to, a high-performing team.”—Ken Blanchard, coauthor, The One Minute Manager and The One Minute Entrepreneur™
    “Runde and Flanagan have put together a clear, well-written guide to the nature and sources of conflict that arise in teams and, more important, how to maximize the chances that conflict turns out to be the good thing that teams thrive on instead of the bad thing that destroys team performance.”—Douglas Smith, author, The Wisdom of Teams
    Developing Your Conflict Competence
    “A must-have guidebook for the new age of global business. This book shows every leader how to turn feelings of fear into feelings of safety, suspicion into trust, and competitiveness into collaboration.”—Jim Kouzes, coauthor of the bestselling book The Leadership Challenge
    “Craig Runde and Tim Flanagan use their vast experience to give us Developing Your Conflict Competence. Move beyond negative workplace conflict to positive and constructive outcomes with the simple tools and suggestions in this must-read field guide!”—Marshall Goldsmith, bestselling author of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, Succession: Are You Ready, and MOJO

    KSh5,350.00
  • Contemporary Psychiatry in Africa by David Musyimi Ndetei,Chr…

    by David Musyimi Ndetei, Christopher paul szabo
    This book harnesses the collective wisdom of African Psychiatry and therefore serves as a departure point for ongoing efforts to refine practice in accordance with the best practice and local needs. There are a number of chapters dedicated to a range of conditions, covering the most prevalent as well as some emerging conditions ranging from HIV related psychopathology to eating disorders. Additionally, the book provides a focus on a related and pertinent subspecialist field – that of neuropsychiatry. There is a chapter devoted to child and adolescent psychiatry – a sub-specialist area that is sorely underserviced. The elderly too are not forgotten in this book. Whilst much is spoken of the youth, it is well to consider the ageing members of society. Psychiatry and the law have also been adequately tackled through a chapter on forensic mental health. The book is a ‘must-read’ for academicians, researchers and practitioners in different areas of mental health. Postgraduate students pursuing various aspects of mental health, undergraduate medical students and diploma medical students will find this book quite ideal.

    KSh1,740.00
  • Contemporary Psychiatry in Africa by David Musyimi Ndetei,Chr…

    by David Musyimi Ndetei, Christopher paul szabo
    This book harnesses the collective wisdom of African Psychiatry and therefore serves as a departure point for ongoing efforts to refine practice in accordance with the best practice and local needs. There are a number of chapters dedicated to a range of conditions, covering the most prevalent as well as some emerging conditions ranging from HIV related psychopathology to eating disorders. Additionally, the book provides a focus on a related and pertinent subspecialist field – that of neuropsychiatry. There is a chapter devoted to child and adolescent psychiatry – a sub-specialist area that is sorely underserviced. The elderly too are not forgotten in this book. Whilst much is spoken of the youth, it is well to consider the ageing members of society. Psychiatry and the law have also been adequately tackled through a chapter on forensic mental health. The book is a ‘must-read’ for academicians, researchers and practitioners in different areas of mental health. Postgraduate students pursuing various aspects of mental health, undergraduate medical students and diploma medical students will find this book quite ideal.

    KSh1,740.00
  • Conversations about the Youth in Kenya by Raphael Obonyo

    by Raphael Obonyo
    Raphael Obonyo is an influential voice` of African youth to policy makers. As the continent’s representative to the World Bank’s Global Coordination Board of the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network and a member of the UN-Habitat’s Youth Advisory Board, he remains audible in critical circles of influence. He is a Global Young Diplomat. a 2014 Crans Montana New Leader of Tomorrow and an Emerging Leader with the German Marshall Fund of the United States. In 2015, Mr Obonyo was named one of the Most Inspirational Youth in Africa. He is a nominee for the 2015 UN Nelson Mandela Award, 2015 Global Youth Voice, and a finalist for the Business Daily’s 40 Under 40 Top Men in Kenya. Mr Obonyo. a recipient of Duke University’s 2012 Policy Star Award, holds a Master of Public Policy (MPP) from the prestigious institution. He is a Ford Foundation-IFP fellow, and he runs several development projects.
    Conversations about the Youth In Kenya is an attempt to give readers tangible fresh knowledge about the youth demographic in Kenya. It is fit for Kenya’s history and opportunity to build a better future for the youth. This book expounds on some of Mr Obonyo’s mace! Op-Ed articles previously published in the Daily Nation Newspaper in Kenya.

    KSh700.00
  • Conversations about the Youth in Kenya by Raphael Obonyo

    by Raphael Obonyo
    Raphael Obonyo is an influential voice` of African youth to policy makers. As the continent’s representative to the World Bank’s Global Coordination Board of the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network and a member of the UN-Habitat’s Youth Advisory Board, he remains audible in critical circles of influence. He is a Global Young Diplomat. a 2014 Crans Montana New Leader of Tomorrow and an Emerging Leader with the German Marshall Fund of the United States. In 2015, Mr Obonyo was named one of the Most Inspirational Youth in Africa. He is a nominee for the 2015 UN Nelson Mandela Award, 2015 Global Youth Voice, and a finalist for the Business Daily’s 40 Under 40 Top Men in Kenya. Mr Obonyo. a recipient of Duke University’s 2012 Policy Star Award, holds a Master of Public Policy (MPP) from the prestigious institution. He is a Ford Foundation-IFP fellow, and he runs several development projects.
    Conversations about the Youth In Kenya is an attempt to give readers tangible fresh knowledge about the youth demographic in Kenya. It is fit for Kenya’s history and opportunity to build a better future for the youth. This book expounds on some of Mr Obonyo’s mace! Op-Ed articles previously published in the Daily Nation Newspaper in Kenya.

    KSh700.00
  • Corporate Governance 3rd Edition Oxford by Mallin

    by Mallin
    Building on the success of the last three editions, this textbook provides both undergraduate and postgraduate students with an accessible and comprehensive introduction to corporate governance. As a renowned expert in the field, Mallin draws upon theory and practice to address the latest global developments and uses topical examples to help students place key theories in context. Adopting an international approach, this fourth edition has been thoroughly revised to reflect the changes in codes (e.g. UK CG code and Stewardship code) and a greater emphasis has been given to the perspective of stakeholders as well as increased coverage of the Middle East, and new analysis of topics such as bonuses and the high pay commission.

    KSh6,350.00
  • Corporate Governance 5th Edition by Wiley

    by Wiley
    In the wake of the dramatic series of corporate meltdowns: Enron; Tyco; Adelphia; WorldCom; the timely new edition of this successful text provides students and business professionals with a welcome update of the key issues facing managers, boards of directors, investors, and shareholders. In addition to its authoritative overview of the history, the myth and the reality of corporate governance, this new edition has been updated to include: analysis of the latest cases of corporate disaster; An overview of corporate governance guidelines and codes of practice in developing and emerging markets new cases: Adelphia; Arthur Andersen; Tyco Laboratories; Worldcom; Gerstner’s pay packet at IBM Once again in the new edition of their textbook, Robert A. G. Monks and Nell Minow show clearly the role of corporate governance in making sure the right questions are asked and the necessary checks and balances in place to protect the long-term, sustainable value of the enterprise.

    KSh5,690.00
  • Defeating Mau Mau, Creating Kenya by daniel Branch

    by daniel Branch
    Defeating Mau Mau creating Kenya Counterinsurgency,Civil war,and decolonization

    KSh10,092.00
  • Democracy by Anthony Arblaster

    by Anthony Arblaster

    KSh1,690.00
  • Democracy by Anthony Arblaster

    by Anthony Arblaster

    KSh1,690.00
  • Devil’s Bargain (BKMG) by Green

    by Green
    From the reporter who was there at the very beginning comes the revealing inside story of the partnership between Steve Bannon and Donald Trump—the key to understanding the rise of the alt-right, the fall of Hillary Clinton, and the hidden forces that drove the greatest upset in American political history.
    Based on dozens of interviews conducted over six years, Green spins the master narrative of the 2016 campaign from its origins in the far fringes of right-wing politics and reality television to its culmination inside Trump’s penthouse on election night.
    The shocking elevation of Bannon to head Trump’s flagging presidential campaign on August 17, 2016, hit political Washington like a thunderclap and seemed to signal the meltdown of the Republican Party. Bannon was a bomb-throwing pugilist who’d never run a campaign and was despised by Democrats and Republicans alike.
    Yet Bannon’s hard-edged ethnonationalism and his elaborate, years-long plot to destroy Hillary Clinton paved the way for Trump’s unlikely victory. Trump became the avatar of a dark but powerful worldview that dominated the airwaves and spoke to voters whom others couldn’t see. Trump’s campaign was the final phase of a populist insurgency that had been building up in America for years, and Bannon, its inscrutable mastermind, believed it was the culmination of a hard-right global uprising that would change the world.
    Any study of Trump’s rise to the presidency is unavoidably a study of Bannon. Devil’s Bargain is a tour-de-force telling of the remarkable confluence of circumstances that decided the election, many of them orchestrated by Bannon and his allies, who really did plot a vast, right-wing conspiracy to stop Clinton. To understand Trump’s extraordinary rise and Clinton’s fall, you have to weave Trump’s story together with Bannon’s, or else it doesn’t make sense.

    KSh2,190.00
  • Devil’s Bargain (BKMG) by Green

    by Green
    From the reporter who was there at the very beginning comes the revealing inside story of the partnership between Steve Bannon and Donald Trump—the key to understanding the rise of the alt-right, the fall of Hillary Clinton, and the hidden forces that drove the greatest upset in American political history.
    Based on dozens of interviews conducted over six years, Green spins the master narrative of the 2016 campaign from its origins in the far fringes of right-wing politics and reality television to its culmination inside Trump’s penthouse on election night.
    The shocking elevation of Bannon to head Trump’s flagging presidential campaign on August 17, 2016, hit political Washington like a thunderclap and seemed to signal the meltdown of the Republican Party. Bannon was a bomb-throwing pugilist who’d never run a campaign and was despised by Democrats and Republicans alike.
    Yet Bannon’s hard-edged ethnonationalism and his elaborate, years-long plot to destroy Hillary Clinton paved the way for Trump’s unlikely victory. Trump became the avatar of a dark but powerful worldview that dominated the airwaves and spoke to voters whom others couldn’t see. Trump’s campaign was the final phase of a populist insurgency that had been building up in America for years, and Bannon, its inscrutable mastermind, believed it was the culmination of a hard-right global uprising that would change the world.
    Any study of Trump’s rise to the presidency is unavoidably a study of Bannon. Devil’s Bargain is a tour-de-force telling of the remarkable confluence of circumstances that decided the election, many of them orchestrated by Bannon and his allies, who really did plot a vast, right-wing conspiracy to stop Clinton. To understand Trump’s extraordinary rise and Clinton’s fall, you have to weave Trump’s story together with Bannon’s, or else it doesn’t make sense.

    KSh2,190.00
  • Edge of Chaos by Dambisa Moyo

    by Dambisa Moyo
    Around the world, people angry at stagnant wages and growing inequality have rebelled against established governments and turned to political extremes — from the revolutions of the Arab Spring to Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. Liberal democracy, history’s greatest engine of growth, now struggles to overcome unprecedented economic headwinds — whether it’s aging populations, scarce resources or unsustainable debt burdens. Hobbled by short-term thinking and ideological dogma, democracies risk falling prey to nationalism and protectionism that will deliver declining living standards.

    KSh1,850.00
  • Edge of Chaos by Dambisa Moyo

    by Dambisa Moyo
    Around the world, people angry at stagnant wages and growing inequality have rebelled against established governments and turned to political extremes — from the revolutions of the Arab Spring to Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. Liberal democracy, history’s greatest engine of growth, now struggles to overcome unprecedented economic headwinds — whether it’s aging populations, scarce resources or unsustainable debt burdens. Hobbled by short-term thinking and ideological dogma, democracies risk falling prey to nationalism and protectionism that will deliver declining living standards.

    KSh1,850.00
  • From Third World to First by Lee Kuan Yew

    by Lee Kuan Yew
    Few gave tiny Singapore much chance of survival when independence was thrust upon it in 1965. Today the former British trading post is a thriving Asian metropolis with one of the world’s highest per capita income. The story of that transformation is told here by Singapore’s charismatic, controversial founding father Lee Kuan Yew. From Third World To First continues where the best-selling first volume, The Singapore Story, left off, and brings up to date the story of Singapore’s dramatic rise. It was first published in 2000. Delving deep into his own meticulous notes and previously unpublished papers and cabinet records, Lee details the extraordinary efforts it took for an island city-state in Southeast Asia to survive, with just “a razor’s edge” to maneuver in, as Albert Winsemius, Singapore’s economic advisor in the 1960s, put it. We read how a young man of 42 and his cabinet colleagues finished off the communist threat to the fledging state’s security, and began the long, hard work of building a nation: creating an army from scratch, stamping out corruption, providing mass public housing, and masterminding a national airline and airport. Lee writes frankly about his trenchant approach to political opponents and his often unorthodox views on human rights, democracy and inherited intelligence, aiming always “to be correct, not politically correct”. Nothing about Singapore escaped his watchful eye: whether choosing shrubs for roadsides, restoring the romance of historic Raffles Hotel of persuading young men to marry women as well-educated as themselves. Today’s safe, tidy Singapore certainly bears his stamp, but as he writes, “If this is a nanny state, I am proud to have fostered one.”
    ISBN : 9789814561778 Author Bio :
    Lee Kuan Yew was born in Singapore on 16 September 1923. He read law at Cambridge University, England. In 1954, he formed the People’s Action Party. Five years later, the PAP won the Singapore general election and he became Prime Minister at age 35. He stepped down in November 1990 and assumed the post of Senior Minister until 2004. He was Minister Mentor till his retirement in May 2011

    KSh2,090.00
  • From Third World to First by Lee Kuan Yew

    by Lee Kuan Yew
    Few gave tiny Singapore much chance of survival when independence was thrust upon it in 1965. Today the former British trading post is a thriving Asian metropolis with one of the world’s highest per capita income. The story of that transformation is told here by Singapore’s charismatic, controversial founding father Lee Kuan Yew. From Third World To First continues where the best-selling first volume, The Singapore Story, left off, and brings up to date the story of Singapore’s dramatic rise. It was first published in 2000. Delving deep into his own meticulous notes and previously unpublished papers and cabinet records, Lee details the extraordinary efforts it took for an island city-state in Southeast Asia to survive, with just “a razor’s edge” to maneuver in, as Albert Winsemius, Singapore’s economic advisor in the 1960s, put it. We read how a young man of 42 and his cabinet colleagues finished off the communist threat to the fledging state’s security, and began the long, hard work of building a nation: creating an army from scratch, stamping out corruption, providing mass public housing, and masterminding a national airline and airport. Lee writes frankly about his trenchant approach to political opponents and his often unorthodox views on human rights, democracy and inherited intelligence, aiming always “to be correct, not politically correct”. Nothing about Singapore escaped his watchful eye: whether choosing shrubs for roadsides, restoring the romance of historic Raffles Hotel of persuading young men to marry women as well-educated as themselves. Today’s safe, tidy Singapore certainly bears his stamp, but as he writes, “If this is a nanny state, I am proud to have fostered one.”
    ISBN : 9789814561778 Author Bio :
    Lee Kuan Yew was born in Singapore on 16 September 1923. He read law at Cambridge University, England. In 1954, he formed the People’s Action Party. Five years later, the PAP won the Singapore general election and he became Prime Minister at age 35. He stepped down in November 1990 and assumed the post of Senior Minister until 2004. He was Minister Mentor till his retirement in May 2011

    KSh2,090.00
  • Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting 10ED by Freeman, Pearson

    by Freeman, Pearson
    For accounting students enrolled in a governmental and nonprofit accounting course. This is a comprehensive textbook that is written through the eyes of the learner to prepare them for professional government and not-for-profit accounting practice and the CPA exam.
    Through the Eyes of the LearnerThis edition incorporates major, positive changes in the order and method of presentation after the authors examined the text “through the eyes of the learner.” To optimize understanding and connections:Students must first master the governmental fund model required by GAAP before moving forward to understand reporting for more diverse governmental funds.Up-To-Date CoverageComprehensive, up-to-date coverage of government and not-for-profit accounting and reporting is included in this text. It incorporates the most recently adopted professional literature, including GASB statements and other works. Case IntegrationIntegration of the computerized Harvey City Case has been included throughout Chapters 4 to 15 to simulate the experience of accounting and reporting for a small city. OTHER TOPICS OF DISTINCTIONCorrelation with professional practice, enhanced by using a practice-relevant, conversion worksheet approach to develop government-wide financial statement data.Integration of practice examples and case problems developed from actual state and local governments financial reports in the end-of-chapter materials. Cases derived from reports of more than 40 governments including school districts such as New York City, Phoenix, and Milwaukee.Zum SeitenanfangNew to this EditionNEW!Present material as seen through the eyes of the learner: Changes were made to this edition to allow students to master the content more efficiently. The material that was enhanced includes:Chapter 10: Enterprise Funds was reorganized so students are introduced to Enterprise Fund concepts, entries, and financial statements in a simple context. Then, additional complexities, including the use of restricted asset accounting and refundings are added and a more advanced set of financial statements for Enterprise Funds is presented.Chapter 14: Financial Reporting: Deriving Government-Wide Financial Statements and Required Reconciliations was streamlined. And the two-worksheet approach to deriving government-wide financial statements is now discussed in terms of converting the governmental funds financial statement equation to the corresponding government-wide financial statement equation. Then the approach is illustrated using this construct for explanation and without journal entries.Chapter 16: Non-SLG Not-for-Profit Organizations highlights the accounting and reporting for restricted contributions, restricted investment income, and related net assets released from restrictions are now illustrated more simply to permit quicker and more complete comprehension. NEW! Offer the latest information: GAAP and GAGAS driven changes. All four of the key new GASB Statements will be in effect by the time that students who use this text graduate. These statements contain guidance relevant to 13 of the 15 chapters on state and local government accounting as well as the chapters on health care accounting and college and university accounting. The statements are:Statement 61, The Financial Reporting Entity: Omnibus, an amendment of GASB Statements No. 14 and No. 34, which makes the most significant changes in the criteria for determining a government’s reporting entity and in the criteria for blending component units since Statement 14 became effective in 1993.Statement 62, Codification of Accounting and Financial Reporting Guidance Contained in Pre-November 30, 1989 FASB and AICPA Pronouncements.Statement 63, Reporting Deferred Outflows of Resources, Deferred Inflows of Resources, and Net Position.Statement 65, Reporting Items Previously Recognized as Assets and Liabilities. Zum SeitenanfangTable of ContentsCHAPTER 1 Governmental and Nonprofit AccountingEnvironment and Characteristics CHAPTER 2 State and Local Government Accounting and Financial ReportingModel: The Foundation CHAPTER 3 The General Fund and Special Revenue Funds CHAPTER 4 Budgeting, Budgetary Accounting, and Budgetary Reporting CHAPTER 5 Revenue Accounting–Governmental Funds CHAPTER 6 Expenditure Accounting–Governmental Funds CHAPTER 7 Capital Projects Funds CHAPTER 8 Debt Service Funds CHAPTER 9 General Capital Assets; General Long-Term Liabilities; Permanent FundsIntroduction to Interfund-GCA-GLTL Accounting CHAPTER 10 Enterprise Funds CHAPTER 11 Internal Service Funds CHAPTER 12 Trust and Agency (Fiduciary) FundsSummary of Interfund-GCA-GLTL Accounting CHAPTER 13 Financial ReportingThe Basic Financial Statements and Required Supplementary Information CHAPTER 14 Financial ReportingDeriving Government-Wide Financial Statements and Required Reconciliations CHAPTER 15 Financial ReportingThe Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and the Financial Reporting Entity CHAPTER 16 Non-SLG Not-for-Profit OrganizationsCHAPTER 17 Accounting for Colleges and Universities CHAPTER 18 Accounting for Health Care Organizations CHAPTER 19 Federal Government Accounting CHAPTER 20 Auditing Governments and Not-for-Profit Organizations Index

    KSh4,990.00
  • Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting 10ED by Freeman, Pearson

    by Freeman, Pearson
    For accounting students enrolled in a governmental and nonprofit accounting course. This is a comprehensive textbook that is written through the eyes of the learner to prepare them for professional government and not-for-profit accounting practice and the CPA exam.
    Through the Eyes of the LearnerThis edition incorporates major, positive changes in the order and method of presentation after the authors examined the text “through the eyes of the learner.” To optimize understanding and connections:Students must first master the governmental fund model required by GAAP before moving forward to understand reporting for more diverse governmental funds.Up-To-Date CoverageComprehensive, up-to-date coverage of government and not-for-profit accounting and reporting is included in this text. It incorporates the most recently adopted professional literature, including GASB statements and other works. Case IntegrationIntegration of the computerized Harvey City Case has been included throughout Chapters 4 to 15 to simulate the experience of accounting and reporting for a small city. OTHER TOPICS OF DISTINCTIONCorrelation with professional practice, enhanced by using a practice-relevant, conversion worksheet approach to develop government-wide financial statement data.Integration of practice examples and case problems developed from actual state and local governments financial reports in the end-of-chapter materials. Cases derived from reports of more than 40 governments including school districts such as New York City, Phoenix, and Milwaukee.Zum SeitenanfangNew to this EditionNEW!Present material as seen through the eyes of the learner: Changes were made to this edition to allow students to master the content more efficiently. The material that was enhanced includes:Chapter 10: Enterprise Funds was reorganized so students are introduced to Enterprise Fund concepts, entries, and financial statements in a simple context. Then, additional complexities, including the use of restricted asset accounting and refundings are added and a more advanced set of financial statements for Enterprise Funds is presented.Chapter 14: Financial Reporting: Deriving Government-Wide Financial Statements and Required Reconciliations was streamlined. And the two-worksheet approach to deriving government-wide financial statements is now discussed in terms of converting the governmental funds financial statement equation to the corresponding government-wide financial statement equation. Then the approach is illustrated using this construct for explanation and without journal entries.Chapter 16: Non-SLG Not-for-Profit Organizations highlights the accounting and reporting for restricted contributions, restricted investment income, and related net assets released from restrictions are now illustrated more simply to permit quicker and more complete comprehension. NEW! Offer the latest information: GAAP and GAGAS driven changes. All four of the key new GASB Statements will be in effect by the time that students who use this text graduate. These statements contain guidance relevant to 13 of the 15 chapters on state and local government accounting as well as the chapters on health care accounting and college and university accounting. The statements are:Statement 61, The Financial Reporting Entity: Omnibus, an amendment of GASB Statements No. 14 and No. 34, which makes the most significant changes in the criteria for determining a government’s reporting entity and in the criteria for blending component units since Statement 14 became effective in 1993.Statement 62, Codification of Accounting and Financial Reporting Guidance Contained in Pre-November 30, 1989 FASB and AICPA Pronouncements.Statement 63, Reporting Deferred Outflows of Resources, Deferred Inflows of Resources, and Net Position.Statement 65, Reporting Items Previously Recognized as Assets and Liabilities. Zum SeitenanfangTable of ContentsCHAPTER 1 Governmental and Nonprofit AccountingEnvironment and Characteristics CHAPTER 2 State and Local Government Accounting and Financial ReportingModel: The Foundation CHAPTER 3 The General Fund and Special Revenue Funds CHAPTER 4 Budgeting, Budgetary Accounting, and Budgetary Reporting CHAPTER 5 Revenue Accounting–Governmental Funds CHAPTER 6 Expenditure Accounting–Governmental Funds CHAPTER 7 Capital Projects Funds CHAPTER 8 Debt Service Funds CHAPTER 9 General Capital Assets; General Long-Term Liabilities; Permanent FundsIntroduction to Interfund-GCA-GLTL Accounting CHAPTER 10 Enterprise Funds CHAPTER 11 Internal Service Funds CHAPTER 12 Trust and Agency (Fiduciary) FundsSummary of Interfund-GCA-GLTL Accounting CHAPTER 13 Financial ReportingThe Basic Financial Statements and Required Supplementary Information CHAPTER 14 Financial ReportingDeriving Government-Wide Financial Statements and Required Reconciliations CHAPTER 15 Financial ReportingThe Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and the Financial Reporting Entity CHAPTER 16 Non-SLG Not-for-Profit OrganizationsCHAPTER 17 Accounting for Colleges and Universities CHAPTER 18 Accounting for Health Care Organizations CHAPTER 19 Federal Government Accounting CHAPTER 20 Auditing Governments and Not-for-Profit Organizations Index

    KSh4,990.00
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