Accounting Ethics

 

Sub-Topics

·         Accounting Fraud

·         The Case of Misplaced Objectives (Wealth Maximization)

·         Broken Window Theory (Anonymity)

 

Suggested Readings:

 

Duska, R., Duska, B. S., & Ragatz, J. (2011). The ethics of managerial accounting Accounting ethics (pp. 135-149). Chichester, West Sussex, U.K.; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

Additional Readings:

 

Blake, J., Amat, O., & Dowds, J. (1998). The ethics of creative accounting. In C. Gowthorpe & J. Blake (Eds.), Ethical issues in accounting (pp. 25-40). London; New York: Routledge.

 

Duska, R., Duska, B. S., & Ragatz, J. (2011). Accounting as a profession: Characteristics of a profession Accounting ethics (pp. 69-76). Chichester, West Sussex, U.K.; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

Fogarty, T. (1995). Accountant ethics: A brief examination of neglected sociological dimensions. Journal of Business Ethics, 14(2), 103-115.

 

Harcourt, B. E. (2004). On disorderly, disreputable, or unpredictable people Illusion of order : the false promise of broken windows policing (pp. 127-159). Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.

 

Williams, P. F. (2004). You reap what you sow: the ethical discourse of professional accounting. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 15(6–7), 995-1001.

 

Wilson, J. Q., & Kelling, G. L. (1982). Broken windows: The police and neighborhood safety. Atlantic monthly, 249(3), 29-38.