Management Accounting

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Cengage Learning EMEA, 2003 - Business & Economics - 732 pages
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The fifth edition of this text has been fully revised to include: new questions from professional examinations bodies including, the Institute of Chartered Accountants, the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and the Institute of Company Accounants; extended treatment of balancing scorecards; international aspects of transfer pricing, life-cycle costing and post-completion analysis; and updated professional terminology
 

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Contents

What is management accounting?
1
Cost accounting and cost ascertainment a revision
11
Cost behaviour
56
Assessment and revision Chapters 13
86
Information and management accounting
100
Planning system concepts
111
Longterm planning
116
Budgeting
132
Pricing decisions
374
Linear programming
388
Investment appraisal I
408
Tables
444
Investment appraisal II
451
Assessment and revision Chapters 1318
488
Divisional performance appraisal
513
Transfer pricing
541

Assessment and revision Chapters 47
162
Control concepts and system principles
177
Budgetary control
189
Standard costing I
215
Standard costing II
247
Stock control
274
Assessment and revision Chapters 812
300
Decision making an introduction
321
Marginal costing and CVP analysis
343
Ratio analysis
555
AMT and management accounting
575
Management accounting and computers
598
Assessment and revision Chapters 1923
618
Solutions to assessment and revision sections
637
A Present value factors
691
Appendices
697
Examination technique
724
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About the author (2003)

Terry Lucey has been an accountant and consultant in industry and has had over 20 years' examining and teaching experience at all levels of professional studies and for diploma and degree courses in business studies. He was previously Head of Department of Business Studies at the University of Wolverhampton and Visiting Fellow at Aston Business School, Aston University.

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