Fun with Accounting Games
I've had a very busy and exciting couple of weeks. Two weeks ago was probably the most diverse week of activities I've had in a while, filled with a handful of world-renowned speakers. I hope to get through my backlog of blog posts as soon as I can (I don't remember the last time I had a backlog -- usually I'm struggling with some writer's block).This post covers some accounting-related lessons I learned in my finance and entertainment classes (strangely enough). The outlook is somewhat pessimistic but boils down to ethical principles of honesty in company accounting and valuation.
11/11/2010 02:38:00 pm
Thanks for posting! I'm applying to Anderson this year (R2)- keeping my fingers cross, but I will be ecstatic to be in such a great learning environment after reading your blog post! I attended a FY class visit (Prof Caskey's Fin Acctg) and also a SY RE class with Prof Habibbi - both classes were intellectually engaging and practically inspiring! Keep posting if/when you have the time.
11/12/2010 03:39:10 am
Thanks for the comments. Caskey and Habibi are great for sure. Good luck with your application!
3/19/2011 09:34:20 pm
I am doing research on auditor independence. I agree to your Prof. suggestion on auditor rotation should be regular, random and mandatory appoint by SEC.
8/21/2013 11:39:01 pm
I have been through several posts on this very subject but the satisfactory information that I found here is something that all other blogs are missing.
8/22/2013 06:23:32 pm
I love maths and I believe it is very interesting. I agree with you that accounting can be made interesting with games. Thanks for sharing this wonderful game with us and I will try this for sure. Keep posting more updates in your blog.
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