Table of contents for Core concepts of accounting information systems / Nancy A. Bagranoff, Mark G. Simkin, Carolyn Strand Norman.


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PART ONE: AN INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS. 
 Chapter 1. Accounting Information Systems and the Accountant. 
 Chapter 2. Documenting Accounting Information Systems. 
 PART TWO: CONTROLS, SECURITY, PRIVACY, AND ETHICS IN ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS. 
 Chapter 3. Computer Crime and Ethics. 
 Chapter 4. Introduction to Internal Control Systems. 
 Chapter 5. Computer Controls for Accounting Information Systems . 
 PART THREE: USING ACCOUNTING INFORMATION. 
 Chapter 6. Accounting Information Systems and Business Processes: Part I. 
 Chapter 7. Accounting Information Systems and Business Processes: Part II. 
 Chapter 8. Accounting and Enterprise Software. 
 PART FOUR: DATABASES. 
 Chapter 9. Data Modeling. 
 Chapter 10. Organizing and Manipulating the Data in Databases. 
 PART FIVE: DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS. 
 Chapter 11. Systems Study: Planning and Analysis. 
 Chapter 12. Systems Study: System Design and Selection. 
 Chapter 13. Systems Study: Implementation, Follow-Up, and Maintenance. 
 PART SIX: SPECIAL TOPICS. 
 Chapter 14. Auditing Computerized Accounting Information Systems . 
 Chapter 15. Electronic Commerce and the Internet. 
 Chapter 16. Computer Technology and AISs. 
 Index.
 


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Accounting Data processing, Information storage and retrieval systems Accounting