An analysis of initiatives to sustain employment during periods of recession and closure of manufacturing industry in the UK,
CLEGG, S 1979, 'EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN AUSTRALIA - NEW LEGITIMACY', SOCIAL ALTERNATIVES, vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 59-65.
Consolidated financial statements are typically taught by the use of a consolidated worksheet. Adjustments in journal entry form are made on the worksheet to derive a consolidated result. Students often have difficulty with the worksheet adjustment methodology because it focuses more on the adjustment rules than on the underlying consolidation objective. An alternative methodology based on algebra overcomes the deficiencies inherent in the worksheet approach. Algebra is suggested to be a rigorous and concise tool for use in teaching consolidation objectives and in solving consolidation problems. © 1979 Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand
FRANCIS, JR & POLLARD, BM 1979, 'An Investigation of Nonaudit Fees in Australia: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE NONAUDIT SERVICES DEBATE', Abacus, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 136-144.
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A seminar was held at Brundel University, June 12-13, 1978, designed to bring together people with interests in the urban fringe to see how current research relates to the Countryside Commission's urban fringe policies. A report of each discussion is given, followed by a list of suggested research areas. Synopses of current and completed urban fringe research projects are included. A bibliography is included listing some recent references dealing with the urban fringe. -Jennifer Clayton
Veal, AJ 1979, 'Sport and recreation in England and Wales: an analysis of adult participation patterns in 1977.', University of Birmingham, Centre for Urban and Regional Research Memorandum, vol. 74.
Presents up-to-date information on participation levels in a wide range of leisure activities. Some 30 of the more popular sports activities are analysed in detail, relating participation to a wide range of socio-economic variables such as age, income, occupation and car-ownership. A socio-economic profile is presented for each of the 30 activities. Information is also presented for each of the nine English Council for Sport and Recreation regions and for Wales and Scotland. -Author