Cost and Management Accounting: An Introduction for Students
SAGE, Sep 28, 1989 - 416 pages
This book deals comprehensively with the elements of cost accounting, their application to costing methods, and their significance for management through budgetary control, short term decision-making, and capital budgeting. It is an extensive revision of the author s well-known costing text, and provides the student with a complete introduction to cost accounting.
Relevant exercises are included at the end of each chapter, with solutions at the end of the book. These include many from recent examinations of the major professional accountancy bodies. Teachers are thus able to use their own favourite examples in lecture or class, and to refer students to other exercises for further practice. Students who are unable to attend a regular course will be able to check their work against the solutions. A series of multiple choice questions throughout the book provides a further opportunity for the student to check personal progress.
Other features of the book include: a complete introduction to cost accounting; new material on capital budgeting and cost accounting for service activities; an explanation of budgetary control including behavioural aspects; and graded questions and MCQs throughout (definitions follow CIMA terminology).
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COST ACCOUNTING FOR SERVICE ACTIVITIES
THE BEHAVIOURIAL CONNECTION
THE STANDARDSETTING PROCESS
COST CONCEPTS AND SHORTTERM DECISIONMAKING
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION FOR LONGTERM BUSINESS
CONTRACT COST ACCOUNTING
Solutions to multiple choice questions