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Principles of Microeconomics by A.J. Cataldo II PhD CPA CMA CGMA

Principles of Microeconomics

by A.J. Cataldo II PhD CPA CMA CGMA

134 pages
This text covers material for a Principles of Microeconomics course. This course is, typically, taken in the Freshman year of college by all business majors.

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This text covers the material required in an Introductory Microeconomics or Principles of Microeconomics course. This text coverage and course coverage is required for all business degree undergraduates. I would expect this text to have a 20-year shelf life.

 

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About the Author
A.J. Cataldo II PhD CPA CMA CGMA A.J. Cataldo has worked in public accounting, internal and government auditing (California Auditor General), chief financial officer/controller, and provided expert testimony in business litigation engagements involving GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Nissan and other automobile manufacturers, testifying in Nevada, California, Texas, and Arizona. His 10 books include 3 Elsevier Science, scholarly monographs, and some of his 200+ articles have appeared in Journal of Accountancy, National Tax Journal, Research in Accounting Regulation, Journal of Forensic Accounting, Accounting Historians Journal, and Seeking Alpha. The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed some of these publications in Court Proceedings. A very recent publication (2015) won a Best Paper award at a conference (2014). He has served as an external reviewer for promotion and tenure and/or dissertation candidates, both domestically and internationally (e.g., U.S., Malaysia and Australia). He continues to serve on editorial review boards for IMA association journals (and others) for 25+ years, the former, including Management Accounting, Strategic Finance, and Management Accounting Quarterly, (1990-) and the ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research (2010-). Presently, he teaches financial accounting, at all levels and cost accounting at the MBA level. Previously, he taught managerial and cost accounting, at all levels. He has also taught micro- and macro-economics, corporate finance, and business statistics courses and authored study guides on these and other business topics.

 

 

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