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  • Accounting & Business Ethicsby Ken McPhail; Diane Walters

    Taylor and Francis 2009; US$ 56.95

    In the wake of various accounting scandals culminating in the global financial crisis, the ethics of the accounting profession have come under real scrutiny. This concise textbook, aimed at students and practitioners, develops an understanding of the way accountants make ethical decisions in practice by exploring the factors that impact on the dilemmas they... more...

  • Critiquing The Sacred Secular Divideby Ken McPhail; Tim Gorringe; Rob Gray

    Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2005; US$ 199.00

    John Wesley quoted Luke 16 8-9 as the basis for his sermon on the Christian obligation towards money. He concluded that Christians are obliged to earn all they can, save (i.e. not spend) all they can and give all they can. This verse and Wesley?s observations suggest that Christians have an obligation to use their financial resources wisely. more...

  • Theological perspectives on accountingby Ken McPhail; Tim Gorridge; Rob Gray

    Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2004; US$ 199.00

    This paper explores the issue of accounting and accountability in the spirituality and practices of an ecumenical Christian group ? the Iona Community. Fundamental to the existence and operation of the Iona Community is their Rule, which requires all full-members to account to each other for their use of money and time. This paper explores the development... more...

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