A603_F8W2-10_Analysis_Gillespie_T

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Student’s first and last name: Timothy Gillespie Student’s ___@regis.edu email address gille803@regis.edu Student’s Regis ID No.: 1566803 Date submitted: February 26, 2012 Page  1  of 10 Regis University College for Professional Studies – School of Management MBA / MSA A603 – Intermediate Accounting Applications Facilitator: Mancina Term: F8W2-10 Summary Issue Analysis (Research Paper) The Ethical Issues, Economic Consequences, and Political Context relating to Accounting for Stock-based Compensation
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Student’s first and last name: Timothy Gillespie Student’s ___@regis.edu email address gille803@regis.edu Student’s Regis ID No.: 1566803 Date submitted: February 26, 2012 Page  2  of 10 Instructions for Completing Summary Issue Analysis Assignment The objective of this template and its instructions is to maximize students’ learning and grade by: 1. Providing students with clear expectations for this assignment; 2. Reducing students’ inefficient use of time speculating about such matters as expectations, required content, and required document organization and formatting; and 3. Helping ensure a professionally prepared assignment that the facilitator can read and assess efficiently Enter responses in the “box” that follows each heading. The facilitator will reduce by one full letter the grade on any completed template for which a student has not entered her or his responses in the appropriate box. Enter responses single spaced using the font type and size pre-determined in the template (Times New Roman, 12-point) . The facilitator will reduce by one full letter the grade on any completed template for which a student has used other spacing conventions, font type or font size. Wherever grammatically appropriate and helpful, include paragraph breaks and bulleted lists to organize responses. Responses must not exceed the maximum word count limit for each section [as set forth in brackets next to each heading]. Determine the number of words included in the response to each section and input the word count to each response in the spaces provided within the template. (To determine word counts, in MS Word, highlight the response, select the “Tools” drop-down menu and select Word Count.) The facilitator will reduce by one full letter the grade any completed template (a) for which the response in any section exceeds the related maximum word count limit or (b) which fails to provide the student’s own word count. Completely and successfully grammar-check and spell-check responses (using the related MS Word capability) prior to submitting the completed template to the facilitator. For this purpose, make certain that ALL “grammar– and style– check” options and settings are active . In MS Word, select
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2012 for the course ACCOUNTING 401 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '12 term at Regis University.

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