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Artificial intelligence and accounting

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Introduction: the impact of IT on basic accounting concepts and accounting education - an overview, Bernard Williams. Part 1 Economics: the impact of IT on "the economy", Peter Monk; information economics, Martin Walker; economic theories of information - a critique, Shaun Hargreaves Heap. Part 2 Finance: behaviour of the stock market under the influence on IT, D.E.Ayling; what is the pay-off from end-user computing? - evidence accumulating from the USA and UK, R.Price; computerization at the Trustee Savings Bank, Paul Willman and Mark Holding. Part 3 Financial accounting: the development of matrix-based accounting, Stewart Leech; an "events" approach to basic accounting theory, George Sorter; database accounting systems, Guido Geerts and W.E.McCarthy. Part 4 Management accounting: management accounting and information technology, Alan Gregory; the spreadsheet revolution and its impact on the budgeting process, Joan Ballantine; using computers as management tools, Paul Collier. Part 5 Tax and law: building competencies - the computerization of PAYE, Romano Dyerson and Michael Roper; professional negligence and the reasonableness defence in financial-legal expert systems - a developer's perspective, Vijay Mital and Les Johnson; the evidential status of computer output and communications, Robert Bradgate. Part 6 Quantitative methods: operational research and information technology - impacts and interactions, Valerie Belton; financial modelling - use or abuse?, Alyson McLintock and Bob Berry; technology on qualitative research - an overview, Bryan Pfaffenburger. Part 7 Business organization and policy: new technology and developments in management organization, John Child; the networked film, John Taylor and Howard Williams; the impact of information technology on small businesses and entrepreneurs, Nigel Bryant. Part 8 Special topics: artificial intelligence and accounting, N.A.D.Connell; computer crime, Barry Spaul; auditing and computers, Joh

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Connell, N.A.D. (1991) Artificial intelligence and accounting In, Williams, Bernard C. and Spaul, Barry J. (eds.) IT and Accounting: the Impact of Information Technology. London, GB, Chapman and Hall pp. 401-415. (Chapman and Hall Series in Accounting and Finance).

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Published date: 1991

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Local EPrints ID: 36269
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/36269
ISBN: 0412392100
PURE UUID: 941b919c-4a95-4e8f-a965-97357a38853c

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Date deposited: 19 Mar 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:45

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Author: N.A.D. Connell
Editor: Bernard C. Williams
Editor: Barry J. Spaul

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