Research Handbook on Nonprofit Accounting

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Research Handbook on Nonprofit Accounting

9781800888272 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Daniel Tinkelman, Professor of Accounting, Koppelman School of Business, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and Linda M. Parsons, Professor of Accounting, Culverhouse School of Accountancy, University of Alabama, US
Publication Date: August 2023 ISBN: 978 1 80088 827 2 Extent: c 448 pp
Bringing together a diverse team of renowned accounting scholars, this incisive Research Handbook presents a comprehensive evaluation of current research on nonprofit accounting, noting its major accomplishments and outlining opportunities for future study.

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Bringing together a diverse team of renowned accounting scholars, this incisive Research Handbook presents a comprehensive evaluation of current research on nonprofit accounting, noting its major accomplishments and outlining opportunities for future study.

The Research Handbook provides a broad overview of key topics related to accounting and financial reporting, including donor use of financial information, methods of measuring nonprofit performance, solvency and volunteer efforts, and the misuse and misstatements of accounting information. Chapters further examine a variety of oversight mechanisms, such as the roles of auditors, nonprofit boards, regulators, monitoring groups, taxes, and accounting standard-setters. With a central focus on the strengths and contributions of empirical archival, behavioural, and descriptive research methodologies, the Handbook ultimately considers fruitful avenues for future research.

Presenting extensive analysis of nonprofit accounting research, this Research Handbook will prove an invaluable aid to students and scholars of accounting, management, business, economics, and public administration. Its expert integration of critical accounting research on colleges, foundations, and the healthcare sector will also benefit nonprofit managers, board members, regulators, charity monitors, and standard-setters.
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‘Dan Tinkelman and Linda Parsons have assembled a masterful collection of chapters on the state of nonprofit accounting research written by outstanding scholars. The Handbook conceives nonprofit accounting in broad and comprehensive terms, is cutting edge in its coverage, and very well written. It is an essential reference that belongs on the desk (or desktop) of serious nonprofit researchers and teachers, students of nonprofit management, and managers and leaders of nonprofit organizations.’
– Dennis R. Young, Case Western Reserve University and Georgia State University, US
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Contributors include: Arthur Allen, Ge Bai, Colleen M. Boland, Ooonagh B. Breen, Steve Buchheit, Thad D. Calabrese, Carolyn Cordery, Randal J. Elder, Nancy Chun Feng, Mary Fischer, Janet S. Greenlee, Anubhav Gupta, Erica E. Harris, Satish Joshi, Saleha B. Khumawala, Ranjani Krishnan, Jesse D. Lecy, Tianyi Li, Qianhua “Q” Ling, Gajindra Maharaj, Brian McAllister, Danielle McConville, John G. McNutt, Jeffrey D. Mechanick, Laurie Mook, Daniel G. Neely, Linda M. Parsons, Christine Petrovits, Andrea Alston Roberts, Gregory D. Saxton, Elizabeth A.M. Searing, Arpita A. Shroff, Kyle A. Smith, Daniel Tinkelman, John M. Trussel, Tammy R. Waymire, Alfred A. Yebba, Michelle Higgins Yetman, Robert J. Yetman
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