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Called to Account Table of Contents Dedication Acknowledgements Preface Chapter 1: Scandal and Reform Part I: Birth of a Profession Chapter 2: Out of Darkness Chapter 3: Ivar Kreuger Chapter 4: McKesson & Robbins Chapter 5: Into the Spotlight Part II: The Profession¿s Principle Problem Chapter 6: Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Chapter 7: National Student Marketing Chapter 8: Equity Funding Chapter 9: Déjà Vu Part III: The Savings & Loan Crisis Chapter 10: It¿s a Wonderful Life? Chapter 11: ESM Government Securities Chapter 12: Lincoln Savings & Loan Chapter 13: Bank Robbers Part IV: The Expectation Gap Chapter 14: Auditors and Fraud Chapter 15: ZZZZ Best Chapter 16: Crazy Eddie Chapter 17: Closing the Gap Part V: The Litigation Crisis Chapter 18: Auditors¿ Legal Liability Chapter 19: Fund of Funds Chapter 20: MiniScribe Chapter 21: Litigation Reform Part VI: Beginning of the End Chapter 22: Auditor Independence Chapter 23: Waste Management Chapter 24: Sunbeam Chapter 25: End of the Millennium Part VII: From Profession to Regulated Industry Chapter 26: Professionalism Chapter 27: Enron Chapter 28: WorldCom Chapter 29: The Perfect Storm Chapter 30: Conclusion Appendix A: Discussion Questions Appendix B: Suggestions for Integrating Called to Account with Popular Auditing Texts Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Accounting fraud -- United States.
Corporations -- Corrupt practices -- United States -- Accounting.
Accounting -- Standards -- United States.