Table of contents for Accounting theory : an information content perspective / John A. Christensen, Joel S. Demski.


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 1.	Introduction
 Part I: Foundations
 2.	The Reporting Organization
 3.	Classical Foundations
 4.	Accounting Foundations
 5.	Modeling Information
 6.	Information Use at the Individual Level
 7.	The Accounting System as an Information Channel
 Part II: Information Content
 8.	Information in a Valuation Setting
 9.	Accounting Information in a Valuation Setting
 10. Accounting and Non-accounting Information in a Valuation Setting
 11. Information in a Managerial Contracting Setting
 12. Additional Information in a Managerial Contracting Setting
 13. Conflict among Uses
 Part III: Comparative Advantage
 14. Recognition
 15. Information Content of Audited Accruals
 16. Conditional Recognition
 17. Intertemporal Accruals
 18. Intratemporal Accruals
 Part IV: End Game
 19. Institutional Considerations
 20. Professional Opportunity and Responsibility



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Accounting, Information theory