Lect1_2008 - Financial Accounting John Dickhaut Spring,...

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1 Financial Accounting John Dickhaut Spring, 2008
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2 Who is the instructor and what  are his interests? Curtis L. Carlson Chair of Accounting 3-122 Carlson School of Management, 624-9891 Research Interests: a)Why does accounting exist the way it does today? b)The role of information (especially accounting information) in evolutionary environments. c)The impact of trust in exchange d)The neural economics of choice. a) b) c) d)
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3 Topic I Two of the Three Principal Financial Statements Plan of Operation 1. Reading Assignments - Textbook 2. Problems - Textbook Topic II What is a More Detailed Examination of the Financial Statements and the Third Financial Statement? Plan of Operation 1. Reading Assignments - Textbook 2. Problems - Textbook Topic III Project What is an overview of the  course?
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4 What are some helpful hints? Lectures on Web- Before class early afternoon. T.A. Xiaoxia Peng Homework Manager Essay part of exam- 1/5. Be precise on exams. Course Project - Group Project. Learn how to work problems. Exams depend on your having understood how to work problems-the exam problems will not be duplicates of problems but related. Instructor constrained to give within .02 of 2.7 gradepoint
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5 Homework Manager-Hints You can only do one thing at a time. You cannot view past results while you are in the process of taking an assignment. You cannot take two graded assignments at the same time. When trying to print an assignment use the browser’s Print Preview and Page Setup options to get the best output possible. You should switch from portrait to landscape, and should extend the margins as far as possible. Use the "Next", "Back", "Jump To", and “Save my work” buttons periodically to save and
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2008 for the course ACCT 2050 taught by Professor Sanjay during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota.

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