Morality in Accounting

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Index
academic accountants: ethics, teaching of, 46-58; detection of fraud, teaching of, 121-22
accounting systems, alternative, 7
accounting techniques, ethics of changing, 192
accreditation of specialists, 83-87
Adams Commission, 36, 39-45
Alexander Grant & Company, 99-101
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods, 135
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), 96-97
anomie theories of criminal behavior, 130-31
arbitration, versus litigation, 135-36
Arthur Andersen & Company, 91, 94, 102-4
Arthur Young & Company, 110
asset valuation, measurement of, 192-93
associate-membership classification, 86-87
audit failure, reasons for, 124-25, 139
audit quality, defined, 124-25
audit risk, defined, 124
auditor, identification of role, 34-38, 43-44, 87-91, 124-25, 140-41
auditor switching, ethics of, 94-95
Bear, Stearns & Company, 109
Broadview Financial Corporation, 94
Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA). See Adams Commission
Chase Manhattan Bank, 103
client chasing, 95-97
codes of ethics, 30-33, 47, 81, 85-87, 139
Cohen Commission, 35-39, 88, 91-92
commercialism, versus professionalism, 81-83
Commission on Auditor Responsibilities of the AICPA. See Cohen Commission
Commission on Fraudulent Financial Reporting, 120-22
Committee on Auditing Procedures (CAP) of the AICPA, 2
competitive bidding, ban on, 96
conflict model of crime, 127-28
Coopers & Lybrand, 94
corporate social performance models:
Wartick and Cochran, 159-60;
Wood, 161-62
corporate social responsibility. See social responsibility
cost allocation, criteria for, 195-96

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Fairness as a Concept of Justice in Accounting 1
  • 2 - Ethics in Accounting 25
  • 3 - Examples of Ethical Issues and Cases 75
  • 4 - Honesty in the Accounting Environment 119
  • 5 - Accounting and Social Responsibility 149
  • 6 - Truth in Accounting 177
  • Conclusions 201
  • Notes 202
  • Bibliography 206
  • Index 209
  • About the Author 213
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