BEHAVIOURAL ACCOUNTING Definition

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BEHAVIOURAL ACCOUNTING is the explanation and prediction of human behavior in all possible accounting contexts, e.g., adequacy of disclosure, usefulness of financial statement data, attitudes about corporate reporting practices, materiality judgements, and decision effects of alternative accounting procedures.

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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY SET is a graphical depiction of the Capital Allocation Line; which depicts expected rates of return between risky and risk-free assets.

CREDIT RECORD (CR) is an entry in a double-entry bookkeeping system recording an increase in a liability; an owners equity item or revenue; or a decrease in an asset or an expense. Credit entries are conventionally made on the right-hand side of T accounts.

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