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PART 1: THE NEW ZEALAND ACCOUNTING ENVIRONMENT Chapter: 1. An overview of the New Zealand external reporting environment Chapter: 2. The conceptual framework of accounting and its relevance to financial reporting PART 2: THEORIES OF ACCOUNTING Chapter: 3. Theories of accounting PART 3: ACCOUNTING FOR ASSETS Chapter: 4. An overview of accounting for assets Chapter: 5. Depreciation of property, plant and equipment Chapter: 6. Revaluation and impairment testing of non-current assets Chapter: 7. Inventory Chapter: 8. Accounting for intangibles Chapter: 9. Accounting for heritage and biological assets PART 4: ACCOUNTING FOR LIABILITIES AND EQUITY Chapter: 10. Accounting for liabilities, provisions, contingent liabilities and contingent assets Chapter: 11. Accounting for leases Chapter: 12. Accounting for employee entitlements Chapter: 13. Capital and reserves Chapter: 14. Accounting for share-based payments Chapter: 15. Accounting for financial instruments Chapter: 16. Income and revenue recognition issues Chapter: 17. Statement of comprehensive income and statement of changes in equity Chapter: 18. Accounting for income taxes Chapter: PART 5: ACCOUNTING FOR CASH FLOWS Chapter: 19. Statement of cash flows PART 6: OTHER DISCLOSURE ISSUES Chapter: 20. Events after the reporting period Chapter: 21. Segment reporting Chapter: 22. Related-party disclosures Chapter: 23. Earnings per share PART 7: ACCOUNTING FOR EQUITY INTERESTS IN OTHER ENTITIES Chapter: 24. Accounting for group structures Chapter: 25. Accounting for intragroup transactions Chapter: 26. Accounting for non-controlling interests Chapter: 27. Accounting for indirect ownership interests Chapter: 28. Accounting for changes in the degree of ownership of a subsidiary Chapter: 29. Accounting for equity investments Chapter: 30. Accounting for interests in joint ventures PART 8: FOREIGN CURRENCY Chapter: 31. Accounting for foreign currency transactions Chapter: 32. Translating the financial statements of foreign operations PART 9: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REPORTING Chapter: 33. Accounting for corporate social responsibility

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