WeyAP7ce_Volume1Accounting Principles Seventh Canadian Edition

Jerry J. Weygandt (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison),
Donald E. Kieso (Northern Illinois Univ.),
Paul D. Kimmel (Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee),
Barbara Trenholm (University of New Brunswick),
Valerie Kinnear (Mount Royal University),
Joan E. Barlow (Mount Royal University)
Feb 2016 ©2016

For over twelve years, Weygandt, Kieso, Kimmel, Trenholm, Kinnear, Barlow Accounting Principles has been praised by both instructors and students across the country for its outstanding visual design, its carefully integrated pedagogy, and its excellent writing style and clarity of presentation. Our main focus continues to be ‘Student Success in Accounting’ and the new sixth edition package further enables both instructors and students to achieve successful learning outcomes. It introduces challenging accounting concepts through examples that are familiar to the student with a stepped-out pedagogy that breaks down complex topics making the material more manageable. This connection to their everyday lives helps build student motivation, a key driver of student time spent on assignments and ultimately their mastery of the concepts.

Accounting Principles, Seventh Canadian Edition enables students to become independent and successful learners by including a variety of additional resources, more opportunities to use technology, and new features that empower students to apply what they have learned in the classroom to the world outside the classroom.  The seamlessly integrated digital and print resources to accompany Accounting Principles, Seventh Canadian Edition offer additional tools for both instructors and students in order to help students succeed.

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Kieso11ce_Volume1Intermediate Accounting 11th Canadian Edition Volume 1

Donald E. Kieso (Northern Illinois Univ.),
Jerry J. Weygandt (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison),
Terry D. Warfield (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison),
Nicola M. Young (Saint Mary’s University),
Irene M. Wiecek (University of Toronto),
Bruce J. McConomy (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Feb 2016, ©2016

The Kieso, Weygandt, Warfield, Young, Wiecek, McConomy: Intermediate Accounting text has an outstanding reputation as “THE” text for the course and is viewed as a reliable resource by accounting students, faculty and professionals. After listening carefully to instructors and students alike, and after having built on what we have learned over nine successful editions and more than 28 years of being the market leader, we are confident that the tenth edition will continue to meet the needs of instructors and students.

The integration of the new International Accounting Standards and their comparison with Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises enhances the main goal of the book, “to help students understand, prepare and use financial information by linking education with the ‘real-world’ accounting environment”. Our industry-experienced and leading-edge author expertise in the field of IFRS, combined with an update of the text’s technical content ensures that accounting faculty and students can continue to rely on Intermediate Accounting.

The authors continue their emphasis on helping students understand the core concepts that are at the heart of the accounting profession. The chapters are interesting, informative and pedagogically sound. Clear explanations of important issues, concepts and business transactions are provided, followed by examples of how these are applied in practice. Interesting examples show how the resulting numbers are used, and how “real life” Canadian companies actually account for and report their accounting transactions and results.

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EHEP003106

Financial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making, 6th Canadian Edition
Paul D. Kimmel
Jerry J. Weygandt
Donald E. Kieso
Barbara Trenholm
Wayne Irvine

December 2013, ©2013

Financial Accounting Sixth Canadian Edition and its supplement package is the only product that can deliver a unique balanced procedural and conceptual (user-oriented) approach, with a proven pedagogy and a breadth of problem material in an engaging manner giving students the opportunity to “get accounting” by “doing accounting”. The authors’ worked tirelessly to create materials that engage students in the learning process, help them learn to learn, and at the same time bring to their attention the most current coverage of both sets of rapidly changing accounting standards, IFRS and ASPE.

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EHEP003315Understanding Financial Accounting, Canadian Edition

 

Christopher D. Burnley

Robert E. Hoskin

Maureen R. Fizzell

Donald C. Cherry
January 2015, ©2015
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The NEW Burnley Understanding Financial Accounting Canadian Edition offers a fresh approach to teaching introductory accounting. It is conceptual, concise and concrete.  Chapters are structured using a list of questions that focus on the core concepts covered by the chapter.  These questions allow the material to be broken into smaller components, with students able to see more explicitly how each question is addressed and how that content fits into the chapter as a whole. This enables students to see the connections between the content more clearly. They can then read less but understand more and come away with a deeper understanding of the content.

This new text, built upon the foundation of our Hoskin Financial Accounting text is more succinct, more student friendly, and more visual.  The chapters have been authored keeping the needs of international students in mind.  It is very readable, with clear technical explanations.  All the things students want, things that will enable them to read less but understand more.

For faculty, the core concept questions provide a platform upon which to open classroom discussions and offer a more direct linkage between the material in the text and narrative or presentation-based assessments.  There are also more charts and more graphs to support classroom discussion.  The screen capture videos that accompany each chapter support flipped classrooms and offer opportunities for students to review key concepts covered in class.

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EHEP003308Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making, 4th Canadian Edition

Jerry J. Weygandt
Paul D. Kimmel
Donald E. Kieso
Ibrahim M. Aly

January 2015, ©2015

Weygandt’s Managerial Accounting, Fourth Canadian Edition retains the same features that made it popular in the previous edition: it gives students all the necessary techniques and concepts of managerial accounting in a focused, concise framework with an excellent pedagogy that’s been praised by instructors. It does this by focusing on the tools students need to succeed, whether as accountants or in other career paths. Incorporating the unique Decision Toolkit learning system, and developed around a framework of decision-making, Weygandt Managerial is the perfect fit for any one semester undergraduate managerial accounting course. However, the authors understand that many students in this course are not accounting majors and will need to understand how managerial accounting is used as a management tool. Therefore, Weygandt Managerial focuses on building decision-making skills, understanding how to use accounting information to make quality business decisions, and developing tools that can be used by future managers.

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Cost Management: Measuring, Monitoring, and Motivating Performance, second Canadian Edition

Leslie G. Eldenburg (University of Arizona ),
Susan Wolcott (Wolcott Lynch Associates ),
Liang-Hsuan Chen (University of Toronto),
Gail Cook (Brock University)
April 2012, ©2012

Cost Management Measuring, Monitoring, and Motivating Performance, Second Canadian Edition was written to help students learn to appropriately apply cost accounting methods in a variety of organizational settings. To achieve this goal, students must also develop professional competencies , such as strategic/critical thinking, risk analysis, decision making, ethical reasoning and communication. Most textbooks focus on content knowledge and then expect students to ‘magically’ demonstrate professional competencies. Cost Management better prepares students for professional success by bridging the gaps between Knowledge, Skills and Abilities. Many students fail to recognize the assumptions, limitations, behavioural implications and qualitative factors that influence managerial decision making. The textbook is written in an engaging step-by-step style that is accessible to students. The authors are proactive about ad-dressing the challenges that instructors and students face in their teaching and learning endeavors by utilizing features such as realistic examples, real ethical dilemmas, self-study problems and unique problem material structured to encourage students to think about accounting problems and problem-solving more complexly.

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EHEP003311Auditing: A Practical Approach, Second Canadian Edition

Robyn Moroney
Fiona Campbell
Jane Hamilton
Valerie Warren

The second Canadian edition of Auditing: a Practical Approach provides a concise, practical and readable option for students studying auditing at an undergraduate and postgraduate level. The text reflects how a quality audit is conducted in practice and the issues that are of greatest concern to industry professionals.

In order to communicate the key elements of the audit process a hypothetical case study, Cloud 9, underpins the audit process and methodology while providing clarity on how general audit principles are applied in practice.
Acknowledging the educational trend of teaching auditing with an industry and practical focus, the text will effectively develop a student’s understanding of the various stages of an audit and how a quality audit is conducted in practice.  For those wanting to cover the auditing cycle in greater depth, a new Extended Version of the text is also available with four new chapters.

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EHEP003309Auditing: A Practical Approach, Extended Canadian Edition

Robyn Moroney
Fiona Campbell
Jane Hamilton
Valerie Warren

Auditing: A Practical Approach, Extended Edition provides a concise, practical, and readable option for students studying auditing at an undergraduate and postgraduate level. The text reflects how a quality audit is conducted in practice and the issues that are of greatest concern to industry professionals.

Acknowledging the educational trend of teaching auditing with an industry and practical focus, the text will effectively develop a student’s understanding of the various stages of an audit and how a quality audit is conducted in practice. For those wanting to cover the auditing cycle in greater depth, this new extended version is available for you with four new chapters.