Management Accounting: Principles and Applications

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SAGE, Aug 27, 2005 - Business & Economics - 347 pages
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Management Accounting: Principles and Applications adopts a new and accessible approach to helping readers understand how management accounting contributes to decisions in a variety of organizational contexts. This book sets out clear explanations of practical management accounting techniques in the context of the application of these techniques to decisions. It recognizes practice through case studies and summarizes published research. Uniquely, it examines the analytical and critical issues that often influence decision makers operating within private and public sector organizations.

 

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Contents

AN INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
1
COST ANALYSIS AND DECISION MAKING
21
COSTING PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
52
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING AND THE PLANNING PROCESS 1
84
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING AND THE PLANNING PROCESS 2
125
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING AND THE CONTROL PROCESS 1
147
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING AND THE CONTROL PROCESS 2
186
OPERATIONAL DECISION MAKING
219
STRATEGIC DECISION MAKING
260
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING AND PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS
295
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David Hobbs developed a passion for the Subaru Impreza Turbo when he was editor of CarWorld, an early website from CAR magazine. A test drive soon made him realize the Impreza was the car to own and he's never looked back since. His enthusiasm led him to join the UK-based Subaru Impreza Drivers Club where he quickly found himself elected editor of the club magazine, a position he held for three years. He has written on Imprezas and their rally-related exploits for Used Car Buyer, Practical Performance Car, Subiesport and Autosport.com and is the Motoring Editor for AOL (UK) Ltd.

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